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French is the official language of 31 countries worldwide, 21 of those are African. They are as follows;Benin,Burkina Faso,Burundi,Cameroon,Central African Republic,Chad,Comor…os,Côte d'Ivoire,Democratic Republic of the Congo,Djibouti,Equatorial Guinea,Gabon,Guinea,Madagascar,Mali,Niger,Republic of the Congo,Rwanda,Senegal,Seychelles,Togo French is also commonly spoken in the African countries of Algeria, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia although they don't have official status.
Belgium (also Dutch and German) / Benin / Burkina Faso / Burundi (also Kirundi) / Cameroon (also English) / Canada (also English) / Central African Republic / Chad (also Ara…bic) / Comoros (also Arabic and Comorian) / Côte d'Ivoire / Democratic Republic of the Congo / Djibouti (also Arabic) / Equatorial Guinea (also Spanish and Portuguese) / France / French Guiana / French Polynesia / French Loyalty Islands / French Southern and Antarctic Lands / Scattered islands in the Indian Ocean / Guadeloupe / Martinique / Mayotte / New Caledonia / Réunion / Saint Barthélemy / Saint Martin / Saint Pierre and Miquelon / Wallis and Futuna / (Adelie land) / (Clipperton Island) / Gabon / Guernsey (with English) / Guinea / Haiti (also Haitian Creole) / part of Italy / the Aosta Valley with Italian / Jersey (also English, ruled by the U.K.) / Lebanon (also Arabic) / Luxembourg (also German and Luxembourgish) / Madagascar (with Malagasy and English) / Mali / Mauritius (with English) / Monaco / Niger / Republic of the Congo / Rwanda (with English and Kinyarwanda) / Saint Lucia (French Patois with English) / Senegal / Seychelles (also English) / Switzerland (also German, Italian, and Rhaeto-Romansch) / Geneva / Vaud / Jura / Neuchâtel / Fribourg (also German) / Bern (also German) / Valais (also German) / Togo / Vanuatu (also Bislama and English) 30 countries list French as their official language. I have left a link to the article source below called "French language."
There are 29 countries that have French as an official language. France Canada Democratic Republic of the Congo Madagascar Cameroon Cote D'Ivoire Burkina Faso …Niger Senegal Mali Rwanda Belgium Guinea Chad Haiti Burundi Benin Switzerland Togo Central African Republic Republic of the Congo Gabon Comoros Equatorial Guinea Djibouti Luxembourg Vanuatu Seychelles Monaco
French is an official language in these countries: Democratic Republic of the Congo France Canada Madagascar Cameroon Côte d'Ivoire Burkina Faso Niger Seneg…al Mali Rwanda Belgium Guinea Chad Haiti Burundi Benin Switzerland Togo Central African Republic Republic of the Congo Gabon Comoros Equatorial Guinea Djibouti Luxembourg Vanuatu Seychelles Monaco French is an official language in these Dependent Entities: Pondicherry French Polynesia New Caledonia Aosta Valley Jersey Guernsey Saint Martin Wallis and Futuna Saint Barthélemy Saint Pierre and Miquelon French Southern and Antarctic Lands Clipperton French is not official, but in common use in these countries: Morocco Algeria Tunisia Lebanon Mauritania Mauritius Andorra France
The countries in Europe with French as an official language are France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Switzerland. Of these, France is the only one with French as the only official… language.
Cameroon and Canada only!!
French is an official language in 30 nations. See the page link further down this page, under Sources and Related Links for a Wikipedia on this subject.
French is the official language in a lot more than 5 countries, but the most notable countries are: France Switzerland (one of 4 official languages) Belgium (one of 2 offic…ial languages) Luxembourg Senegal Canada (in Quebec only) Chad Ivory Coast
Belgium has Flemish and French as its official language. German is also spoken in the easternmost part of the country.
Here are 4 countries:FranceFrench GuianaDemocratic Republic of CongoCanada (along with English)
France, Canada, Haiti, Belgium, and Switzerland are five of the many nations that have French as an official language.
Many countries are indeed French-speaking. Congo DRC, Congo, Gabon are just an example.
French is the sole official language of: Bénin Burkina Faso Central African Republic Congo (Democratic Republic of) Congo (Republic of) Côte d'Ivoire France (an…d its overseas territories, such as French Guyana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, La Réunion) Gabon Guinea Luxembourg Mali Monaco Niger Sénégal Togo French is one of the official languages of: Belgium Burundi Cameroon Canada Chad Channel Islands (Guernsey and Jersey) Comoros Djibouti Equatorial Guinea Haiti (the other official language is French Creole) Madagascar Rwanda Seychelles Switzerland Vanuatu Note, these are nations where French is one or the sole official language(s). It does not include nations or regions where French is spoken, but is not an official language.