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"y" typically translates to "there" and often replaces a prepositional phrase introduced by à, chez, en, dans, etc. (most prepositions EXCEPT for "de"). I go to the beach. - I go there. Je ...
Duolingo uses crowd sourcing of translations to teach French. There are also a series of lessons that gradually advance on French grammar and vocabulary.
Memrise is very good for learning vocabulary. You can use other people's lists (including introductory French ones) or create your own. It's essentially a flash card system with sounds/graphics/videos/...