For those people who embarked on a program of instruction in French in the late 1980s and early 1990s, the phrase "These people speak French. In this course, everybody speaks French" may remind people of a very well-regarded television program designed to get students speaking French quickly. This program is "French in Action", and on this website, educators and students can partake of all 52 half-hour programs at their leisure. Originally created by master teacher Pierre Capretz, the presentation of this program is made possible by the Annenberg Media Foundation. Over these episodes, users will learn French in context through the experiences of one French family (and a visiting American) as they go on trips, make their way around Paris, and visit with friends and strangers alike.


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