One sure fire way to become more fluent in a new language is to read. When you begin reading French it almost paramount that you learn to pronunciate words properly by learning French sounds. You will need to set some time aside to focus on these words at a higher frequency environment. Once you feel pretty comfortable with the sounds, you can progress to reading articles in a French newspaper or website. You can also watch a few YouTube videos to make sure you are saying the sounds properly. When this becomes easier for you, I would set aside fifteen minutes a day to read very elementary French books. Your goal with reading comprehension if you are just immersing yourself in the language is to be able to read at a middle school French level. This takes most adults a few years to approach and then they are ready to speak in French conversations.
Each of these worksheets presents a very short story, fable, or article and has a set of questions about the material that students must answer. The paragraphs are written entirely in French, but the questions (and the instructions) are in English. It is up to the instructor as to whether the students should write their answers in English or French. Each story has an illustration that helps provide a little bit of context. Please note: The first worksheet (French Fairgrounds) has True/False questions that are also in French.