French linguistic and cultural fluency, for life.
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Links for Students
Grammar and Translation Aids
CEFR/CECR French Examinations
Newspapers, Magazines, and News Websites
Libération ~ French daily newspaper founded by Sartre. Le Figaro ~ French daily newspaper founded in 1826, oldest newspaper in France. L’Express ~ French weekly news magazine founded during Indochina War in 1953. Marianne ~ Paris-based weekly news magazine. Rue89 ~ News website created by former journalists from Libération. Evene ~ French cultural website.
Television and Radio
TV5MONDE ~ French global television network. France 2 ~ French public national television channel. France 3 ~ Network of regional French public television services. France 4 ~ French public television (arts and music). France 5 ~ French public television (documentaries and educational programming). France Ô ~ Public television from overseas departments and collectivities. TF1 ~ Main private French television channel (aka Télé-poubelle). RFO ~ French radio and television network in overseas departments and territories. RFI ~ Multilingual international radio (operates under the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs). France Inter ~ French public radio (talk, music, and news bulletins). France Info ~ French public radio station (24-hour news). France Culture ~ French public radio (arts, history, science, philosophy, and in-depth news). France Bleu ~ Network of regional French public radio stations. FIP ~ French public radio (classical music, hip hop, jazz, chanson, rock, blues, world music). Le Mouv’ ~ French public radio (specializing in pop music).
Friends of Savoir Plus
Michel Bertran ~ French art gallery specializing in Normandie Impressionnistes. Kaoru Shimada ~ Neal's Yard Remedies organic health & beauty products.