Regular and natural exposure to any language is the best way to learn and improve it, and just as I earlier curated a list of some of the best Instagram accounts to learn French, today, I’m presenting a list of 15 top Twitter accounts to learn French.
Learn French following these Twitter accounts
1. French Words @frenchwords
Woman is the future of man
She is the colour of his soul
She is his rumour and his sound
And without her, he is nothing but blasphemy
• Louis Aragon, French poet (1897-1982) pic.twitter.com/VnD1Uyrj9M
— French Words (@frenchwords) September 30, 2020
With French Words, you will learn new French words, expressions, quotes and, as seen above, poems.
The best part, they are all translated into English.
2. Lawless French @lawlessfrench
— Lawless French 🇫🇷 (@LawlessFrench) September 30, 2020
If you’re interested in French grammar, construction, and pronunciation, then, you’ll like Lawless French.
It also offers listening and reading comprehensions and everything the best French-learning books offer.
3. French Quiz @FrenchQuiz
— French Quiz ⁉️ (@FrenchQuiz) October 5, 2020
Just as the name suggests, this account helps you learn French through quizzes, complete with equally useful English translations.
4. Films in French @French_pics
— Films in French (@French_pics) October 5, 2020
Films in French helps you learn French with screenshots from movies. The screenshots have French texts, while the English translations are typed on the accompanying Twitter caption.
5. FluentU French @FluentUFrench
— FluentU French (@FluentUFrench) September 24, 2020
Like the above example, FluentU is more about posting links to their very rich and comprehensive blog posts.
Therefore, if you really have the desire and time to learn French in-depth, with useful articles, real-life videos, and vocabulary quizzes, you should check it out.
— VerbeDuJour (@VerbeDuJour) October 4, 2020
Verbe du jour translates to verb of the day. In their words:
Grammar is the backbone of a language and verbs are central to grammar…
“Nous avons traversé la cour du château à vélo et sommes arrivées sur un beau promontoire dominant la vieille ville, le lac et les Alpes.”
— French Today 🇫🇷 (@frenchToday) September 30, 2020
This is the Twitter of what is a very robust website. It has free audiobooks, French placement tests, one-on-one French Skype lessons, and an app.
15 minutes de français par jour : les modes de communication
4 exercices de compréhension (niveau intermédiaire, B1)#nationapprenante #continuitepedagogique #FLE #interculturel https://t.co/Coj9SM2UoU pic.twitter.com/srt3Hkd3p3
— Apprendre #TV5MONDE (@ApprendreTV5) October 5, 2020
Created by the world-famous TV5, this twitter account has something for every French learner; whether you’re at the beginner, intermediate, or competent level.
— Les Machin 🇫🇷 (@Les_Machin) October 4, 2020
Learning how to use phrases is a major part of being fluent in any language – Les Machin focuses on providing a lot of useful French words and phrases and how to use them properly.
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