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Learn French while running errands, commuting or even while working out! This French language course is easy and convenient in an all-audio format.

Drive Time French is the easiest way to learn French vocabulary, to learn French grammar, to learn French pronunciation, conversation, and even French culture all without a book. The experts at Living Language have created a course that includes four hours of language lessons that you can use anywhere and anytime. Learn French while you're driving to work, taking a trip with the family, or even while jogging!

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Excellent supplement to your studies

Repetition is the mother of skill, especially when it comes to memorizing vocabulary in a new language. I have been studying French for 5 months at Alliance Francaise both in the States and abroad. I must say that having Drive Time French either playing in the background when I am getting ready in the morning, or listening to it while on the elyptical machine really goes a long way when it comes to solidifying and expanding upon what you are learning.

One caution with regards to the idea of using this as your soul source of learning French. If you are a visual learner (and perhaps even if you are not), this simply can not be your only source of learning. French has so many silent letters and grammatical quirks that it is necessary to take a class and/or get a workbook and a textbook. I would also recommend using google while you are studying.

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