The original interactive app that allows you to learn French free, quickly and efficiently.
Simple, intuitively and elegantly designed, Fun Easy Learn redefines the way French is learned as a foreign language. It’s the best choice both for those who learn better visually and for those who are more responsive to auditive learning.
Learn French 6,000 Words app is available totally free of charge. There is no catch and you have unrestricted access to the entire 6,000-word vocabulary. Just click the above Google Play Store – Free Download button.
Our app avails a vocabulary of 6,000 words for you to learn French free. They are not randomly chosen, but carefully selected and logically categorized into more than 140 thematic topics.
For each word, you have the French word in print, its professional translation into your native language, word pronunciation, phonetic transcription and an accompanying image illustrating that word in a descriptive manner.
While other apps for learning French may be restricted to a limited number of thematic topics, our software comprises 140 topics covering a wide range of everyday situations.
There are 3 levels of difficulty, for beginners, intermediate learners, and advanced students. The Beginner level comprises 1,000 words of vocabulary. After mastering these, the Intermediate level unlocks, giving you access to another 2,000 words. Finally, upon completion of the Intermediate level, the Advanced level will unlock with yet a further 3,000 words.
Our learning games are not only unique, but also make language learning a lot of fun. There is a wide variety of games available, ranging from “Vocabulary” to “Match Words”, “Write Word”, “Listen & Choose” and many others.
Learning French vocabulary is even more fun if you can do so in an entertaining manner. Our app can choose a topic, sub-topic and associated learning game at random by way of a “Spin Categories” feature.
All the words of the app were translated in the following languages: English, Turkish, Korean, Russian, German, Arabic, Chinese, Thai, Ukrainian, Portuguese, Spanish, Polish, Italian, Romanian, Japanese, Hindi, Indonesian, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Greek, Czech, Brazilian Portuguese etc. So you can choose your native language in order to learn French.
Excellent structure and follow-through. Smart, helpful exercises with great topics and word choices. (I love the prompts that teach you how to use the app.) 5 stars plus, people!
A. Moana Pulelehua
This app is brilliant for either completely new or as a refresher
Its amazing it helps u with anything
Now i can learn French language. I’m very2 love it. Thank u so much.
Super app, I love it. It’s easy to develop the vocabulary.
I am an adult, I’ve been studying French for about a year. This tool is great for adding to my vocabulary.
Engaging and fun and well-made to learn French. Thank you.
This app makes me memories words faster then it would with any other apps! Which means more knowledge of the French words.
This is great! this is by far, the most fun I’ve had with an app and it doesn’t restrict you or make you pay for more words.
Wonderful! I am short of words:)
Superb! I wish it would remain free I have been looking for a app to memorize words and this app is beyond my expectation You can choose what category u want to work on and how u want to do it, brilliant developer, Nice and friendly environment to learn French, Totally recommend it!!
Ahmad Ali Tahmasebi Moradi
I like this app, is very easy to use and works perfectly in my galaxy tab, well done.
Thank you, very good application to learn French!!!
French is said to be the language of poetry and love and – after French cuisine – perhaps only the second most important thing France has gifted to the world at large. Rooted in ancient Gallic and Latin, it is part of the Romance language group, which also comprises Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Romanian, although this heritage is not all too obvious at first glance, because French is pronounced in a rather peculiar way that sets it apart from the other four. However, it is estimated that today some 300 million people worldwide use French either as their mother tongue, their second language or as an acquired foreign language.
Of these, about 110 million are native speakers, mostly in France, Switzerland, Belgium and Luxembourg. But a large part of Canada (Quebec and New Brunswick) also is predominantly French-speaking and smaller pockets can be found in the U.S. states of Maine and Louisiana. French is also very common in the country’s former North African colonies. For example, in modern Gabon 80% of the population are reportedly fluent in French.
Trailing not far behind are countries like Mauritius (78%), Algeria (75%), Senegal and Côte d’Ivoire (both 70%), not to mention France’s overseas territories like French-Polynesia, French-Guyana and Martinique. Approximately 190 million people have adopted French as their second language or speak it as an acquired foreign language, which is not all that surprising if one considers that French traditionally has been the preferred language of international diplomacy (although it is nowadays coming under increasing pressure from English, which is rapidly spreading around the globe).
Considering these impressive figures, it certainly is not the wrong move to study and learn French even today; and not only in order to read French cooking recipes, but as an active medium of conversation in many parts of the world, for business and leisure. French even might experience a Renaissance if a recent demographic study carried out by Université Laval is to be believed. The study projects that by 2025 the French-speaking world population will reach 500 million.