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I think the https://fr.wiktionary.org also does this, using the joker search


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The Oxford Hachette French dictionary is one that I use daily. Le Grand Robert de la langue française has both orthographic and phonetic wildcard searches but is a bit pricey.


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This is a word list, not a French dictionary : http://www.capeutservir.com/mots/ http://www.fsolver.fr/


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Disponible en ligne, un des dictionnaires de référence pour LibreOffice : http://www.dicollecte.org/dictionary.php?prj=fr, dictionnaire collaboratif de mots qui renvoie à plusieurs dictionnaires en ligne pour leurs définitions. Vous pouvez y rechercher les mots avec les expressions régulières.


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La réponse est probablement ailleurs. Parmi les mots possibles: aboyeurs aigreurs ailleurs amateurs ampleurs amuseurs ...


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http://talkify.net is a great tool to listen to spoken French (among other languages). It reads a website out loud and highlights the spoken text which makes it easy to follow. You can set the voice manually in the top right corner if it does not recognize the text correctly. Try it out.


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Here are a few links to pages with commonly used french phrases: this one is from Larousse.fr (dictionnary maker) and has various categories for commonly used phrases. http://www.larousse.fr/dictionnaires/guide/anglais/ this link shows common french idioms, with explanations and the origins of the idiom. ...


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Two fairly extensive lists, which I found by googling for "french idioms": http://french.about.com/library/express/blexdico-a.htm http://www.languagerealm.com/french/frenchidioms.php


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I also want to improve my hearing, and indeed is a bit troublesome. My best solution to the problem thus far is: Get a hold of any season of The Simpsons in french, there are several ways to do so quickly... go figure. Then go to Simpsons park. This websites has scrips to all episode word for word. From there I suggest you study the scripts before watching ...


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RFI (Radio France Internationale) has a news podcast in "easy" French: http://savoirs.rfi.fr/fr/apprendre-enseigner/langue-francaise/journal-en-francais-facile I improved my Swedish a lot with a similar program a few years ago. That works well because you can do it everyday for a short period of time. Learning a language requires a little bit of work on ...


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Il existe aussi http://www.raudiobook.com c'est en ligne en francais et facile d'utilisation à ecouter. Il y a une section sciences.


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The best way to improve one's skills is to watch movies on CD and turn on close captioning in French. You can also see movies on Netflix with close captioning in the original language. That is really the best way to link what is spoken and how it is written. If you do not understand what is said, at least seeing the written form of it will help you or you ...



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