I'd like to thank Diane for recommending this site.
I like the site because you just need to "mouse over" the sounds to hear them. You may want to adjust the volume downward at first. The sounds are accurate and most likely made by native speakers.
Due to the shortness of the sounds it may sound a bit rushed or abrupt but give it a chance. Don't forget to look at the words listed immediately to the right of the sound(s) in question.
Here's Diane's original email to me with the link to the site she recommends:
I found a website that illustrate the different French sounds and when you mouse over them, you hear them spoken. The first series is European French and the second series is Canadian. I thought this was so cool. It really helps iron out the differences in pronunciation between the French I hear on my XM radio (Canadian) and the French I hear at school (European French).
It helps with especially the elisions. It's hard to know what to skip over and what to pronounce unless you hear it and practice it a lot. It also helps with listening comprehension, definitely.
Anyway, passez un bon week-end !