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What countries have French as their official language?
France, 25 countries in Africa, Belgium, and Quebec
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No country has Latin as its official language anymore. Although it is frequently used in the Vatican.
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.
Though Creole is widely spoken, French is the official language of French Guiana. Guiana is a region of France located on the north Atlantic coast of South America, border…ing Brazil and Suriname. French Guiana is often grouped together with Suriname and Guyana as one large shield landmass that borders a large chunk of the northern coast of South America, collectively referred to as the Guianas.
French is an administrative, official, or co-official language in: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Mauritania, Niger, nigeria, Chad, Senegal, Guinea-Bissau, Cote-d'Ivoire… (formerly known as Ivory Coast), Burkina Faso (formerly known as Upper Volta), Togo, Benin, Central African Republic, Cameroon, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly known as Zaire), Equitorial Guinea, Gabon, Djibouti, Mali, Rwanda, Burundi, Cape Verde, Comoros, Guinea, Madagascar, Mauritius, Sao tome and Principe, Seychelles. France also has two departments that are integral parts of France/overseas parts of France in Africa: Mayotte Reunion
French is not the only official language of Canada; it is one of the official languages, the other being English. Canada was explored and settled first by French-speaking …Europeans, and there remain French-speaking communities all over Canada, most notably, of course, in the Province of Quebec, where French is not only the dominant language, but the (only) official language as well.
There are 29 countries of which French is an official language. Seven other countries commonly speak French but have not named French an official language. Check out the rel…ated links for a list of the countries where French is an official language.
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."
According to the website linked below: BelgiumBeninBurkina-FasoBurundiCameroonCanadaCentral African RepublicChadComorosCote d'Ivoire Democratic Republic of CongoDjiboutiFrance…GabonGuineaHaitiLuxembourgMadagascarMaliMonacoNiger Republic of CongoRwandaSenegalSeychellesSwitzerlandTogoVanuatuVietnamZaire (Democratic Republic of Congo) (These are not all of them and i am not able to find them all, i mean what about Tunisia?)
Flemish, French, and German are the official languages of Belgium.
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
Many countries have 2 official languages. Here is a short list: Canada (English and French)Israel (Hebrew and Arabic)Kenya (Swahili and English)Malta (Maltese and English)Para…guay (Spanish and Guraraní)Uganda (Swahili and English)
Because it is the primary language of the IOC. It is part of the contract that the host city must sign in order to host the games.
Many of the countries of the world have no official language, including: the U.S. Japan Mexico Argentina Chile Dominican Republic Nicaragua Uruguay Mauritania Mauritius Andorr…a
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