How many pupils learn french in non french speaking countries?
Nobody can give you an exact number but 85% of all French speaking people are not French.
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So many placed speak French because they were colonized by the French, at times through an act of war with the country, and they took it by force.. 28 these are: Belgium,… Benin, Burkina-Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Canada, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, France, Gabon, Guinea, Haiti, Ivory Coast, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Mali, Monaco, Niger, Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Senegal, Seychelles, Switzerland, Togo, Vanuatu
there are 43 french speaking countries
About 36 total countries speak French in some capacity, 28 officially. If you want a full list, try looking for "French language" on Wikipedia. Most of the countries are in Af…rica, though there are French speakers on every continent.
French is an official language in 29 countries. 36 countries
There are 21 French-speaking countries in Africa.
In the French province of QuÃ©bec in Canada, English is taught from a very young age in school. I graduated from HS in 2004 and I was taught English starting in the 3rd grad…e.. I'm not sure how it works in France.
Twenty African countries speak French as an official language, 24 total countries speak French in Africa.
Because the French colonised many countries in the 1700s through late 1800s. The same can be said of other countries and their languages. English, Spanish and Portuguese are g…ood examples, as the British, Spanish and Portuguese colonised many countries, as did the French.
53 countries have significant French-speaking populations but the language is only official in about 40 of them. Notable countries that speak French besides France are Belgium…, Switzerland, Algeria, Morocco, Congo, Canada, the United States (in Louisiana and northern New England), Haiti, Vietnam, and Tahiti.
Dans combien de pays parle-t-on le franÃ§ais? Combien de pays ont le franÃ§ais comme langue officielle?
Switzerland and Luxembourg are countries where both languages are spoken. Farthest east belgium is also German speaking (smaller community). The capital of belgium, witch is b…russel, is french. And the north is dutch, witch makes belgium trillingual. I guess that makes it 3 countries that officially has 2 languages of french and German. (there might be more, but i doubt it) There are also universities that are both German and french, like neuchatel and freiburg in Switzerland, or university of Luxembourg. (and some other universities among the french German borders) Its often required to know both German and french to take degrees there. I myself am thinking about living near the triple border of belgium, Netherlands and German.(cities of liege maastricht and aachen) There, German, french and dutch is all spoken in the same place. Cant think of a better place to learn west European languages :)
Because France had many colonies in the 18th and 19th century, and the first thing is when you colonize a country, is to teach your language to the people and children that ar…e living in those countries. So that is why today many countries speak french.
Quebec in Canada, some islands in the Carribeans (Haiti), France and French Guyana, Monaco, Belgium, Switzerland, Andorra, Polynesia Then you have a lots of countries with a …French-speaking minority like Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Louisiana in the United States, etc...
Many countries have a large French-speaking population, with 29 countries claiming French as an official language, and 7 more countries that commonly use French as a second la…nguage. Hence, one could say that there are 36 countries within which the French language is often spoken. In order of francophone population, the 29 official French-speaking countries are: France (60 million French-speakers) Democratic Republic of the Congo (24 million) CÃ´te d'Ivoire (12 million) Canada (10 million) Cameroon (7 million) Belgium (6.3 million) Haiti (6.2 million) Guinea (6 million) Senegal (3.6 million) Switzerland (3.6 million) Madagascar (3.5 million) Republic of the Congo (2.4 million) Benin (2.1 million) Togo (2 million) Chad (1.9 million) Niger (1.3 million) Gabon (1.2 million) Mali (1.1 million) Central African Republic (1 million) Rwanda (800 000) Burkina Faso (700 000) Burundi (600 000) Luxembourg (450 000) Comoros (300 000) Equatorial Guinea (300 000) Djibouti (150 000) Vanuatu (100 000) Seychelles (50 000) Monaco (20 000) Whilst not official, French is also widely spoken in the following 7 countries, listed in order of francophone population: Algeria (21 million French-speakers) Morocco (10 million) Tunisia (6.3 million) Lebanon (1.5 million) Mauritius (900 000) Mauritania (300 000) Andorra (50 000)
there are fours countries senegal ghana benin burkina fasso guinee bissau
french is the official language of 34 countries. 17 in Africa 8 in America 6 in Europe and 3 in the pacific