The site has a clear, well-defined purpose: help the students to learn the grammar while practising reading and writing. The main menu has the following sections: le present de l'indicatif, l?imperatif present, le subjonctif present, le nom et l'adjectif, le passe compose, l'imparfait. Each of these sections is further subdivided into 5-6 sections dealing with some aspect of the main section, and each subsection has 4-16 application exercises. There is a "revision" for each subsection, including more exercises. The test bank is still in development.
The grammar explanations are excellent for advanced learners; the exercises themselves may be applicable to other levels. The texts selection reflects some aspects (mainly vocabulary and idiomatic expressions) of Canadian French from the western part of the country. This may be a plus for those who wish French programs would be more inclusive of francophone diversity.
Materials are highly engaging and definitely complete in terms of the original objectives. The complete version includes exercises to be submitted to the course "tutor"; the other exercises have scoring, well done.