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How many people speak french in the world?
110 million people speak french mo da ca
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French is an official language in 29 countries. 36 countries
up until 1970 gabon was a mainly french based culture and now onlyabout 10% of the population speak french French is the most spoken language in Gabon. The above answer isno…t true. Only 10% are native speakers of French, but about 80% canspeak it fluently.
Approximately 20% of the Swiss population speak French as their first language. French is spoken in the western part of Switzerland, including the cities of Geneva and Laus…anne. There are 4 official languages in Switzerland. In order of the percentage of the population which speak them they are: German (63.7%), French (20.4%), Italian (6.5%) and Romansh (0.5%). Different languages are spoken in different parts of the country.
About 79,572,000people in the united states speak french (I am one of them)
Roughly 31% of Canadian citizens are French-speaking and 25% are of French-Canadian descent. Not all French speakers are of French descent, and not all people of French-Canadi…an heritage are exclusively or primarily French-speaking.
According to OIF (Organisation_internationale_de_la_francophonie)and its Haut Conseil de la francophonie, there are about 300million French speakers in the world; 112.6 millio…n whose mothertongue is French, 60.6 million 'partial or occasional' Frenchspeakers, and about 100-110 million who have learned French and useit occasionally, mainly for business. The number of French speakers, French being their first language is estimated to be around 136M. An estimated 250M use French as 'Lingua Franca'. see related link Approximately 500 million people speak French today, about 200 million of which are native speakers. About 500 million people french. French is the world's 11th most common language. 200 million are naive speakers. french is a very popular language that continues to grow in speakers. because Canada and France are popular countries which are known for peace and freedom and also sightseeing. because of these 2 countries its became a popular language to learn so we can thank them :) 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 colonies), 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.
French is the sixth most spoken language of the world it is spoken by 4% of the world's population
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Approximately 110 million people speak French as their primary language. See the page link further down this page, under Sources and Related Links for a Wikipedia on this subj…ect.
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Presumably, all French people in France speak French. It is the official language and the one used in schools.
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It is 79.9597647386593 pf people speaks french . French is theoffical language in Guadeloupe
Countries where French is a national language: Belgium Benin Burkina-Faso Burundi Cameroon Canada Central African Republic Chad Comoros Democratic Republic of Co…ngo Djibouti France Gabon Guinea Haiti Ivory Coast Luxembourg Madagascar Mali Monaco Niger Republic of Congo Rwanda Senegal Seychelles Switzerland Togo Vanuatu . Other member states of the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF): Bulgaria Cambodia Cape Verde Dominica Egypt Equitorial Guinea Guinea-Bissau Laos Lebanon Morocco Mauritania Mauritius Moldova Romania Saint-Lucia Sao-TomÃ© et Principe Tunisia Vietnam Associate states: Albania Andorra Greece Macedonia Observer states: Armenia Austria Croatia Czech Republic Georgia Hungary Lithuania Poland Slovakia Slovenia It is important to note the distinction between institutional francophonie and cultural francophonie. Although French is not an official language in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt and Lebanon, it is widely used in literature and films. The OIF has Observer Status in the United Nations General Assembly and is an observer to the European Union, the Organization of African Unity and the UN Economic Commission for Africa.
There are 800,000 people in Djibouti. French and Arabic are the twoofficial languages of the country and are taught in schools. Thenative French speakers account for only 2.2%… of the population. Ineveryday life, people tend to speak Somali (also called Issa - 60 %of the population), Afar (about 20% of the population), and Frenchwhich is mostly used in the capital and in administrativecommunications. The capital concentrates more than half of thecountry's population and it is safe to assume that only a half ofthe population can use it.