Learning a new language online is never easy, as you need to know not just what the new word means but also how to pronounce it and in what context to use it. If you would like to learn French to gain an additional qualification or just for fun, there is no better way to do it than by using the new Langmaster product, a French Course + Collins Dictionary 2.1.
The Langmaster group has over 17 years experience in providing top quality e-learning solutions in various languages and this is reflected in the comprehensive manner in which the French course has been designed. It contains a vocabulary builder to train the student in French vocabulary – this includes French phrases, French pronunciation and French grammar. You are made familiar with more than 4500 French words and phrases through 210 hours of intensive learning along with over a thousand pictures and photos so that you can understand what you are learning better and faster. You are then tested through 780 interactive exercises and tests at the end of which you will know which skills you need to work on more. While the French course is from Langmaster, the pronunciation dictionary is from HarperCollins Publishers. The dictionary contains an impressive number of entries – 60,000 headwords, 96,000 meanings and 136,000 English to French translations. However, the most useful ones are the 28, 500 entries recorded entirely by native French speakers. The course has three levels and you can choose the pace at which you want to learn. To top it all, it is very easy to start using the course and the dictionary. While there are many powerful features and tools, the French course + Collins Dictionary 2.1, has a very simple interface that encourages the student to have fun while learning the language.
The French Course + Collins Dictionary 2.1 is a complete e-learning package for anyone who wants to learn or improve on their French and it certainly deserves the a score 3 rating points for the flexibility it offers in learning French.