This Might Help
Here are some things that could help all of you out there learning French.
French Extra - This is a show that was developed By the Discovery Channel to help student learn french there is a total of 13 episodes the link below is to the first episode on YouTube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nV6SDDlc60g
French Dialogues - Here are some links to some French Cartoon Dialogues on YouTube. 1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8cXVVcKRI4 2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lhe6OzXQLzc 3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gn2Y6IGA1to
French Audio Books - Here is a link to a website that has some free French audio books. http://www.booksshouldbefree.com/language/French
Pimsleur - Below is a link to Pimsleur, it is an audio program that you can buy, it really helps with speaking and pronunciation http://www.pimsleur.com
Lang-8 - It is a community website where you can meet new french speakers and have the correct your language mistakes. http://lang-8.com
Hope This Helps !
I will check these out. I've been trying to supplement what I learn here with listening resources.
For listening to French on the go, I have been using a free iOS app called FrenchRadio.There's a station on there called French Culture where they talk about various things. They usually speak very clear French so even though I'm not at the point where I can follow the conversations (I've only been studying the language for three weeks now), I do recognize a lot of words and the occasional phrase. Some alternative stations I've found with people talking a lot are France Info, RFI Monde and RFI Afrique.
http://french.about.com is where I get my reference info for verb conjugations, etc. and it has served me well so far. I use it often and the information is excellent and v. understandable.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B005FXCWL2/ref=oh_do04_details_o04i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 - is the book I use for reference and extra learning. It's good, but only as an extra source in addition to something like duo lingo. It doesn't do as an exclusive source.
I would like to add the Michel Thomas method to the list (Wikipedia article). I have found it extremely effective in much the same way that Duolingo is extremely effective (high motivation, little effort). At the same time it is so different that it complements Duolingo perfectly. It has all the important explanations that Duolingo is lacking.