France, a part of Belgium, a part of Switzerland, a part of CanadaAnswer:Appended is a list of countries in l'Organisation internationale de la Francophonie. The Francophone world is comprised of more than forty countries on five continents where French is commonly used in one of several ways:
Countries with French as their official language sre:
2. Burkina Faso
3. Berne (Suisse)
4. Communauté française de Belgique
7. Côte d'Ivoire
13. Guyane française
21. Polynésie française
Those with Frencha s the co-official languagr are:
2. Berne (Suisse)
9. Fribourg (Suisse)
10. Guinée équatoriale
15. N.-Brunswick (Canada)
16. Nunavut (Canada)
17. Pondichéry (Inde)
22. T. du Nord-Ouest (Canada)
23. Val d'Aoste (Italie)
24. Valais (Suisse)
26. Yukon (Canada)
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 related links for a list of the countries where French is an official language.
Twenty African countries speak French as an official language, 24 total countries speak French in Africa.
French is an official language in 29 countries.36 countries
Brazil's official language is Portuguese. Guyana's official language is English. Suriname's official language is Dutch. French Guiana's official language is French. The Falkland Islands' official language is English.
Some countries that speak French as their official language are: France, Lebanon, Benin, Chad, Senegal, Togo, Madagascar, Congo, and Canada.
The official language of France is French
French is a commonly spoken language, but it is an official language in France, Belgium, Monaco, Switzerland and Luxembourg.
28 as official language, 9 others where it is spoken in large parts of the country.
French is the official language in 28 countries, but 36 total use it very commonly.
France, Belgium, Luxembourg and a part of Switzerland.
French is spoken in countries all around the world, from all over Africa to Canada.is very innacurate. French is an official language in France and some of what used to be its colonies. That is because they developed that language. That's like asking why English is the official language of America. We partially developed it and so we speak it. You will find that most countries who develop a language, unless they develop multiple (then its numbers that count the most), then they speak that language.
French is the official language for diplomacy.
People speak French on every continent of the world. However, the largest number of French speakers is in AFRICA, where dozens of countries have French as their official language.
Assuming you mean continents, and this is mainly considering countries with French as an official language: Europe (France, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Monaco) North America (Canada, Haiti) Asia (Lebanon) Africa (a large number of African countries speak French as an official language because many were former French and/or Belgian colonies)
The "francophone" countries are those that speak French.
Dear Dad in French is Cher Papa. French is a romance language, and the official language of 29 countries. Seventy-seven million people in Europe speak French natively.
France, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Monaco and Andorra. (It is important to note that with the exceptions of France and Monaco, French is co-official with another language such as Flemish, German, or Catalan) Belgium and Switzerland as well as Monaco are speaking French with French as one of their official languages. French is also spoken notably in Andorra and Romania
French Guiana is not an independent country, but it is the only place in South America that speaks French.
Danish is official in two countries: Denmark Faroe Islands
German is the official language of Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, parts of Switzerland, the Italian province of Bolzano-Bozen, Luxembourg (together with French and Luxembourgish) and Belgium (together with Dutch and French). It is also spoken in countries with German minorities, but not necessarily as an official language..
Everybody speak French in Monaco. It's the official language.
While French is common, the official language is Danish.
English but since the French discovered canada, they speak French as a second language.
Brazil (Portuguese), Suriname (Dutch) and French Guiana (French). Of course, Spanish is spoken in these countries, but it is not an official or majority language.