Is french a common language?
French is the seventh most spoken language in the world with approximately 265-270 million speakers worldwide. According to a project led by the a French research project, in 2050 approximately seventy percent of the world will understand, if not speak, French.
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Answer . La langue.
French is a language. it is spoken in France, and in many formerFrench colonies.
English and French are common languages in most African nations because of British and French colonization. Hundreds of languages were and still are spoken in African countrie…s and European colonizers decided to unify people through a common language which was their's. British colonies, concentrated in Southern Africa such as South Africa, Kenya, and Uganda have English as their main official languages while former French colonies, usually concentrated in the Northwest and Central Africa, such as Algeria, Congo, and Rwanda have French as an official language.
la langue de la langue franÃ§aise In English we do not say "the language of French." We say the "language of France," or the "French language." L a langue franÃ§ai…se, in either case.
There are 3 different ways of saying 'your' in French:. . If the object (not person) you're talking about is masculine, you say 'ton'. For example, "J'aime ton livre" (I like… your book). It doesn't matter whether the person you're talking to it male or female, it only depends on the object.. . If the object (not person) you're talking about is feminine, you say 'ta'. For example, "J'aime ta maison" (I like your house). 'maison' is feminine and therefore you say 'ta'. . If the object you are talking about is plural (there is more than one of it/them), you say 'tes'. For example, "J'aime tes cheveux" (I like your hair).
yes it surely is! It is spoken in the country France, located in Europe. I(sgm3) actually speak it quite fluently as well as Spanish.
"I am" is "Je suis" in French.
because Vietnam was a French colony and the Vietnamese population at the time was forced to learn and speak French. Even though the French are gone now a lot of French histori…cal monuments remain. Most of the people of the now grand-parent generation speak French. The signs on the bus in Hanoi are still in French. However, French is loosing its popularity at the expense of English.
Because many of those countries were once colonies of England and/or France.
Before the Roman Empire, the Gauls lives in the area where we find France right now. The Gauls spoke Gallic. Then, the Romans conquered the Gauls, and forced them to speak L…atin. This became a local accent, the so-called Gallo-Roman. After the Roman Empire, the Franks conquered the area, and these Franks had had a big influence on the language of the French people, but still their language was Old French (ancien franÃ§ais). From the Roman Empire until around 1800, there were a lot of changes of accent (nowadays, the accent is on the last syllabe), and very much changes of voyelles. Since around 1800, the language hasn't changed that much, and since then, we call it Modern French.
Yes. The Romance Languages are the modern descendants of Latin, the language of Rome, whence the word "Romance."
they are all Indo-European languages
French language is based on Latin, but was also noticeably influenced by Germanic dialects (The Franks who gave their name to France were a northern Germanic tribe). Occasionn…ally, some words were adopted from local dialects and languages (Breton, Flemish, Occitan, ...) or foreign languages (Arabic, English, Italian, Spanish, German, etc..).
Royaume-uni : United Kngdom Allemagne : Germany Espagne : Spain Portugal : Portugal Pays-bas : Netherlands Belgique : Belgium Italie : Italy Bulgarie : Bulgary … Autriche : Austria Luxembourg : Luxemburger Lichenstein : Lichenstein Irelande : Ireland GrÃ¨ce : Greece sLovensko : Slovakia Pologne : Poland Finlande : Finland SuÃ¨de : Sweden RÃ©publique TchÃ¨que : Czech republic Slovenie : Slovenia