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Montreal, Canada's official language is French.
The de facto languages of Cameroon are French and English, however, French is by far the most recognized language in the nation; except in the northwest and southwest regions …of the country, where a significant number of indigenous languages are widely recognized.
about half the population. __ Half? I hope no one put that down for their home work. 6.8 million Canadians or 22.7% of the Canadian population are French speaking. __ Act…ually, 6.8 million is the census number for people with their mother language listed as French. However there are many Canadians who also speak it as a second language. While I agree it's not quite half, the total number of Canadians who speak French, at least fluently, is more likely between 30-40%. Plus it is mandatory for everyone to take French until the eighth grade, so most people can, at least, speak a little.
Because from 1830 to 1962, Algeria was a French colony.
about 89% speak French
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.
Geneva (Genève), Lausanne, Montreux partly French-speaking, partly German-speaking: Biel/Bienne, Sion/Sitten, Fribourg/Freiburg
French is widely spoken on three continents : North America (Canada), Europe, and Africa (northern parts and former colonies). Another area would be many Pacific islands of Po…lynesia. French is spoken on all seven continents--even Antarctica, where France's Dumont d'Urville scientific base can be found.
2987487 people speak french in Haiti.
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.
15 33 countries in the world speak French. French is spoken in 32 countries : France (obviously) BelgiumBeninBurkina FasoBurundiCameroon Canada (Québec) Central …African RepublicChadComorosRepublic of the CongoDemocratic Republic of the CongoCôte d'IvoireDjiboutiEquatorial GuineaGabonGuineaHaitiLuxembourgMadagascarMaliMonacoNigerRwandaSenegalSeychellesSwitzerlandTogoVanuatuAosta ValleyGuernseyJersey Outside of France, the main French-speaking countries are: Europe Belgium (the Walloon region) Luxembourg Monaco Switzerland (also spoken: Swiss German, Italian) Africa: Most of north-west and western Africa, from Algeria and Tunisia to the Democratic Republic of Congo. Note, however, that in most of those countries, while French is rather widely spoken, notably by the educated and wealthy parts of society, the population in general speaks other languages (Arabic in the Maghreb, Bambara in Mali...) Madagascar North America Canada (spoken by about 85% of the province of Quebec, a third of the inhabitants of New Brunswick, and then small minorities elsewhere: Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Manitoba) Haiti Other: Lebanon Several island countries in the Indian and Pacific oceans. A good map is available here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:New-Map-Francophone_World.PNG
Approximately 90-100 million people speak French (as their first language). This includes the people of France, Quebec, countries in west Africa (which were former French colo…nies), and some islanders (in the Caribbean and in the Pacific). Another 200 million speak French as a second language. As of 2011, there are about 70 million native speakers, plus another 200 million who speak it as a second language.
there are 43 french speaking countries
The whole country of Madagascar is a French-speaking country. Antananarivo, the capital city, like other Malagasy cities has a french speaking population.
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.
In 2009, French was the first 'foreign' language for the Lebanese. It was spoken and understood by 45% of the Lebanese population, ahead of English (30%). French is less dev…eloped among the elderly and most spoken amongst the better-off, and in education (65% of students attend French classes).