How do I say its difficult to talk to someone when you do not speak the same language in french?
c'est difficile de parler Ã quelqu'un quand on ne parle pas la mÃªme langue
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Sure! Most kids in other countries learn more than one language, so why not learn french! It might be difficult to find anyone who would speak french with you if you were on a trip and didn't know anyone in Australia...Perhaps researching french clubs in Australia would be helpful to find areas where people will speak french.
France, South of Belgium (40% of the population speak french as a 1st language), West of Switzerland (20% speak French as a 1st language), Québec, New Brunswick (a Canadian province east of Quebec where 1/3 of the population is native French speaker). Almost everybody in the French oversea territories speak French at home (Guadeloupe, Martinique, French Guiana, Réunion, New Caledonia, etc). In Africa, French is the fastest-growing language. About half of the population in Abidjan…
pourquoi l'angleterre dois parler anglais? The only reason that we call the French language "French" is because the French speak it. If the language came from Libya, we would call it "Libyan". There is nothing inherent about the sounds of French that makes it belong to France. However, since it was the people of France who developed this language, it seems proper that they should speak it.
Lots of people will speak English to you in Paris with no problem. Paris is in France, so French is the local language and just like you would prefer to speak your language where you live instead of a foreign language, the French people would of course have a preference for speaking French, rather than English or any other language.
The official language of Romania is the Romanian language; but the French language is also learned in schools. Yes, many Romanians speak the French language, especially the old intellectuals; the younger and the snobs speak a ridiculous Romanian-English pidgin. Romania speaks Romanian, which is a language derived from Latin like, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian.
they mostly speak French however they also speak Gouda french is the main language The official language is French. Mostly, French is spoken but there are languages based on the background ethnic group. French is the main language of the Ivory Coast, but 65 other languages are also spoken. yes they speak french yes,is official language french and Dioula The official language spoken is French. Also spoken are over 70 native languages and dialects including…