Introducing the French Revision Portal: a centralised place for French resources!

The French Revision Portal is an all-in-one online resource for A level French students and language learners. Located on the acclaimed iBaguette A level Cheat Sheets page at, the French Revision Portal provides easy access to a wide range of tools and materials, including grammar exercises, vocabulary lists, listening comprehension exercises, practice exams, cheat sheets, quizzes, flashcards, and interactive tutorials.

With its user-friendly interface, comprehensive resources, interactive features, and regular updates and additions, the French Revision Portal is the ultimate platform for enhancing your French language skills. Whether you're a student preparing for your A-levels or someone interested in learning French, visit and click on the blue 'French' button to start accelerating your language-learning journey today.

The French Revision Portal will be available for everyone to access on the 27th May 2023. If you are enrolled in the iBaguette Beta program, you can access it today.

Why Choose the iBaguette French Revision Portal?

The French Revision Portal is a one-stop solution for all your French revision needs. It brings together a variety of high-quality resources from different sources, making it easier for you to access them in one place. Here are some reasons why you should choose the French Revision Portal:

Comprehensive Resources

The initial Portal includes a link to a Padlet page, which is curated by experienced French educators. The Portal contains a wealth of resources, including custom-made cheat sheets, vocabulary lists, grammar explanations, and practice exercises, covering various topics and levels of proficiency. These resources are designed to help you understand and master the French language at your own pace.

Trusted Sources

The French Revision Portal links to reputable resources such as Memrise, a popular language learning platform. You can access Memrise's extensive library of French courses, which are created by language experts and native speakers, to improve your listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. This ensures that you are learning from reliable and authentic sources, bringing up your A04 Context marks too!

User-Friendly Interface 

The French Revision Portal is easy to navigate, with a user-friendly interface that makes it simple to find and access the resources you need. The portal is designed with students in mind, with the resources being organised in a logical and intuitive manner, making it easy for you to locate the specific topics or skills you want to revise.

Flexibility and Convenience

The French Revision Portal is available online, so you can access it anytime, anywhere, as long as you have an internet connection. This means you can revise French at your own pace, according to your schedule and preferences. You can also use the portal on different devices, such as on large computers, tablets, phones or even TVs if you want, making it convenient for access to learning on-the-go.

Customizable Learning Experience

The French Revision Portal allows you to customize your learning experience based on your individual needs and goals. You can choose the resources that best suit your learning style and level of proficiency, and you can revisit them as many times as you need to reinforce your understanding of the French language.

How do I use the French Revision Portal?

Using the French Revision Portal is easy and straightforward. Here's a quick, easy, step-by-step guide on how to make the most of this comprehensive online platform:

Step 1: Access the Portal

To access the French Revision Portal, simply go to, or just click on that link on your web browser. This will take you directly to the portal, where you can start exploring the wide range of French resources available.

Step 2: Explore the Resources

Once you're on the portal, take some time to explore the different resources available. You can browse through the educator's padlet, view cheat sheets, vocabulary lists, grammar explanations, and practice exercises on various topics, such as verb conjugation, tenses, sentence structure, and more. 

I have also included some quick links to a variety of Memrise courses and other resources to access additional materials for further practice and learning. These Memrise courses are hand-made by me for the most useful list of vocabulary, especially if you are an A level student.

Step 3: Go and learn!

That's it! Enjoy learning and going through the French resources available to you.

General tips for using French learning resources

When using French learning resources, it's important to keep a few tips in mind to make the most of your learning.

Stay organised. Bookmarking your favourite websites can give you easy access to them, but what if you have hundreds of bookmarks? You can create a folder in yout main bookmarks bar, whether on Chrome, Safari or Firefox to better organise your preferred resources, and keep things very organised at the same time. 

Likewise, your desk and physical organisation should be neatly organised to get you the most out of language learning. This will also prioritise work like assignments you may have for in-person French lessons whilst being easy to use, potentially saving hours and giving greater marks. 

Increase your exposure. Regularly exposing yourself to a variety of French media and content types including websites, videos and books can quickly make you familiar with commonly used expressions, idioms, and even new content and vocabulary. Don't rely solely on browsing digital pages to attempt to master new (and old!) content. 

I find that using physical dictionaries to define unknown words and to verify grammar with worksheets is somewhat more effective than having everything online. This sense of physicality, especially with creating your own flashcards using content adapted from a variety of sources like French websites can reinforce linguistic links.

Incorporate learning into your routine. Introduce reputable French websites and other resources into a schedule can work wonders with your memory. We regularly update the French Revision Portal with new, great websites and content so that you will never have to spend hours searching for something that isn't useful anyway. From listening to French news on a daily walk or commute to spending 5 minutes reading some books in the night, adding a bit of French into your schedule can add a load of benefits to your language learning journey. Consistency is key when it comes to language acquisition, and incorporating learning into your routine can help you stay committed and make progress over time.


Conclusion and notes

The French Revision Portal offers many advantages for French learners; there are numerous online resources available on it! As always, don't rely just on one site for all of your information, whilst I have tried to make the Portal as comprehensive as possible, it is always better and more rewarding to discover a variety of new content yourself. To make the most of your French learning experience, remember these tips and incorporate them into your routine for efficient and enjoyable learning.

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