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www.bonpatron.com is a good resource for grammar correction. It won't translate for you, but it will fix your mistakes.
Yes, there are. You can look for them here: http://alternativeto.net/software/google-translate/ I recommend Babel Fish translator, but there are a number of others as well.
I usually use reverso to translate. As you can see in this link, when I translate devis into English, I have a lot of synonyms and context at the bottom. When I translate it on linguee I can't find as much information without analysing all the sentences. Online translator is a business, and it's a matter of preferences. I just strongly recommend to NOT use ...
English will follow Je trouve que ce site internet est particulièrement bon pour ce que vous demandez. Il permet d'avoir accès à la traduction la plus probable dans la colonne de gauche, mais aussi et surtout à un panel d'extraits de textes traduits, ce qui est parfait pour avoir une bonne idée du contexte dans lequel l'expression est utilisée. I find this ...
Try the "read the world" app. It's an ipad browser that has inbuilt translation functions. I don't know if it's available on other platforms or iphone.
If you are interested in sciences and have a correct level, I higly recommend Sur les épaules de Darwin, a weekly science radio broadcast. It is intended for neophytes, so technical vocabulary is always explained. It gets a bit lyrical sometimes which may or may not be an issue, but the speaker has the best voice I know, is always very clear and the ...
Let me at least try to give some pointers (I will append if I find more ideas)... First, replay TV (some sites might check your geographical origin, but a proxy might fix it). Arte (French-German channel) has Arte+7 replay with many kinds of documentaries, sometimes related to scientific issues, as well as a recurring one, X:enius revolving around ...
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