Here are a few resources you can use in order to improve your French:
French 4 quizlet link: https://quizlet.com/join/rGzw8mZh5
Duolingo is a free website that has a method similar to Rosetta Stone, in that it relies on repetition of vocabulary and grammar, using images and writing. You gain XP for answering questions and translating texts, and you can even connect with other learners and see who gains the most XP in a given time!
This is a fantastic resource to practice conjugating verbs in a variety of tenses. There is also available vocabulary practice: the page is listed either by book or by theme. I would recommend looking by theme. If you choose to look at lists by book, Imaginez would be the most similar.
New in Slow French requires a paid subscription, but is a useful tool for improving listening comprehension. They also have a podcast available for free on Itunes.
TV5 Monde has a variety of videos and accompanying activities to practice listening comprehension. The videos are scaled from A1 (absolute beginner) to B2 (intermediate to high level). The videos are all authentic, meant for French speakers, so it is also good to hear different accents, audio levels, etc.
This is basically the radio version of TV5. There are different radio pieces to listen to, with activities to test what you understood. It uses the same scale as TV5. In addition, on the regular RFI website, you can listen to “Les Journaux en Français Facile” by scrolling to the bottom of the page.
With Lyrics Training, you can listen to French songs from Youtube, and fill in words as you hear them. If you want listening comprehension practice, this is another good website to go to!
For any French questions about French grammar,culture, or even some vocabulary, about is the place to go. You can search for what you’re looking for, or just explore the website and see what you can see.