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Les series des dictionnaires de Robert Micro m'a vraiment sauve. Vous pouvez l'essaiyer. Selon moi, c'est le meilleur choix. Vous pouvez essayer avec Hanse et Blampain aussi. C'est veritablement un bon choix.
If Bescherelle does not suit you, you can read "Le BLED" by Edouard Bled and Odette Bled, "Le petit Grevisse Grammaire française" by Maurice Grevisse or "La grammaire française" by Nathalie Baccus. I hope it could help :)
In the UK Sky TV broadcast TV5 Monde. A good proportion of the content has subtitles usually in French but most of the Films and TV series have both French and English subtitles. You select between them by setting your language preference to either French or English in the options menu. Look for an "s" in the programme captions when you scroll through TV5 ...
Another source: listening comprehension exercises - these include verbatim transcript and translation, as well as links to lessons for the grammar and vocab used in the original.
I like Reverso, since I often have to work in several languages and it makes it easy to cross-reference. Unfortunately it does not give pronunciation. Anyway, the web address is: http://dictionary.reverso.net
Bonjour, J'ai écrit un article sur les 30 difficultés de la langue française et comment les surmonter : http://www.lalanguefrancaise.com/30-difficultes-de-la-langue-francaise
Je trouve que Nouveau Dictionnaire des difficultés du français moderne, de Hanse et Blampain est excellent. Je ne sais pas pourquoi il figure dans votre liste de livres qui n'incluent pas d'explications.
It's because a dictionary does not have to show conjugation. It's purpose is to explain the meaning of the words and the correct spelling. In French (i dunno for other languages) we differentiate spelling and grammar. If you want to see all the forms of a verb, you don't want to look into a dictionary but into a "conjugueur" (most known is the ...
I like this website http://la-conjugaison.nouvelobs.com/du/verbe/finir.php . You can look for any verb you want. To check the pronounciation I use Siri on iPhone. If Siri understands so does anyone.
You could also check this website to see if it is useful for you or not: Le Figaro
Lexique.org has the resource you're looking for. The transcription keys used are given here. There is also flexique, a newer more supervised version that separates verbs from the other categories.
I found a website where you can listen to them. There's only the most popular verbs. You can choose the verb tense. Here.
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