Here is Jose M's success story.
I decided to study French about two years ago. I studied French when I was a teenager, but since then (long, long time), my only contact with the language was as a tourist in France, and then my hands talked more than my mouth. I am a journalist, so writing is a huge part of my profession, which is why I want to be able to write and read in French. The first step was to remember French I had already learned, and that was easy. As the lessons became more and more difficult, I started learning new things. Today my reading is very good, I enjoy reading French newspapers and sites like Herodote. And I also enjoy some French authors like Maupassant. I love philosophy, but I still cannot read Foucault, and others. So, I am loving the Frantastique experience, and I'm planning my next visit to France when I will tie my hands and hope to enjoy many conversations in French.— Jose M. (Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL)