I don’t think I can praise the site Language Guide enough. In a previous post I had mentioned about the readings of Guy de Maupassant short stories. I do not know how many among you actually went to the site and explored it. If you have then you would know that they have an excellent coverage of the French Grammar. Not only is the grammar well presented, you can also listen to every example sentence used. You may listen to all the text in one go. Or, if you are not too sure of any particular statement, just place your cursor on that text and listen to it. Brilliant! Just brilliant!
By the way, their Vocabulary Section also works pretty much the same. It has an added aid to drill the words into your memory – images combined with sound. Try this one out. You won't regret it.