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Lately I have been trying to brush up on my French as it has been a few years since I've spoken it at all and I'm considering moving out there for 6 months to a year soon (depending on how much money I can save) to immerse myself in the language and maybe finally become fluent in it. For a really long time I have wanted to become fluent in another language but I have only managed to study it intermittently over the last few years and I have never spent more than a month at a time there so I end up forgetting a lot of what I have learned. At the moment I am going back through all of my old A-level French coursebooks, listening to podcasts and reading books but I am missing something that lets me practice having a conversation. I was wondering if anybody here knows of any podcasts or CDs that I could use that contain half of a conversation (or something equally helpful) so that I could really get up to speed listening and formulating responses quickly. At the moment I'd like to stick to Intermediate level stuff, and ideally it would be cheap (or free). I can't afford to spend a lot of money on something like Fluenz French as it would put me back more than a month in terms of savings.
Thank you H&A.