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Quebec, Toronto, Paris, Winnipeg, Switzerland, Belguim
The answer is simple. Africa in general is almost has french as a second language. Just type the title of the city and see if they speak french.
Paris and Bordeux
Quebec and Montreal are in order the largest.
Montreal, Canada's official language is French.
Djibouti speaks french because it does.
The Ottawa-Gatineau area is really the only one. It's closer to Montreal than to Toronto, but since this metropolitan area straddles the Ontario-Quebec line, it's the on…ly city area where you'll find both English and French widely-spoken, with Gatineau being primarily francophone and Ottawa primarily anglophone.
Belgium, Benin, Burkina-Faso, Burundi Cameroon,Canada,Central African Republic, Chad,Comoros,Democratic Republic of Congo,Djibouti,France,Gabon,Guinea Haiti,Ivory Coast,Luxe…mbourg,Madagascar,Mali,Monaco,Niger,Republic of Congo,Rwanda,Senegal,Seychelles,Switzerland,Togo,VanuatuAre all countries that speak french In thousands of cities French is spoken, most in the countries listed above, and others.
Antananarivo, for example.
The whole country of Madagascar is a French-speaking country. Antananarivo, the capital city, like other Malagasy cities has a french speaking population.
Paris, Brussels, Dakar, Yaounde, Port au Prince(Haiti)
Montreal in Quebec.
Geneva (Genève), Lausanne, Montreux partly French-speaking, partly German-speaking: Biel/Bienne, Sion/Sitten, Fribourg/Freiburg
No, the vast majority of the population of London speak English, although there are French tourists and a few French speakers who live in London for business reasons.
Montreal, Quebec City, Ottawa, are all bilingual some areas in the Maritimes and a few communities in Manitoba also speak french. The rest of the provinces speak mostly englis…h, unless they are a government official.