What are the 3 french speaking islands?
There are numerous French-speaking islands. Some of those islands include: Corsica, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, Reunion, etc.
French Polynesia, Wallis and Futuna
French speaking islands are: Haiti Jersey Guernsey French Polynesia The Vitu Islands Madagascar The Comoros Vanuatu Seychelles New Caledonia Collectivity of Saint Martin Wallis and Futuna Saint Barthélemy Saint Pierre and Miquelon
The colonized areas became official French speaking countries and many arts became popular on the islands the French colonized.
The Islands that make up the Windward Islands are Dominica,Grenada, St.Lucia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Oh and the reason I didn't mention Guadalupe and Martinique it is because they are french speaking Island and are govern by france The Windward island are made up of English Speaking islands
Brazil Suriname Guyana French Guiana Falkland Islands
Answers: Tahiti, St. Pierre et Miquelon, Corsica, Guadalope, Martinique.....
They are all french speaking ,In the indian ocean, Islands off of africa, They were all at some point french colonies
According to the website About Canada ( a government website), the Canadian Province of Quebec is an Anglophone ( English is a minority language, French is the primary Language) province, while the rest of the provinces/territories are Francophone (English speaking with a French speaking minority). French and English are both equally Official Languages of Canada. Dominica, Haiti, and Saint Lucia are French speaking islands in the Caribbean.
There are 5: Suriname French Guyana Guiana Brazil The Falkland Islands
Quebec in Canada, some islands in the Carribeans (Haiti), France and French Guyana, Monaco, Belgium, Switzerland, Andorra, Polynesia Then you have a lots of countries with a French-speaking minority like Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Louisiana in the United States, etc...
Brazil, Belize, Suriname, Guyana, French Guiana, and the Falkland Islands.
France, Canada, Haiti, and Vietnam for starters. Andorra, Belgium, Switzerland, many islands in the Caribbean, and French Guiana also speak French. Countries in Africa that were once french colonies also speak French.
Haiti Martinique Guadeloupe Saint Martin (French side) Saint Barthelemy Dominica, St Lucia and Grenada (to a lesser degree) also speak French Creole.
there is only a French country, which is France. But there are several countries where the French language is spoken, which are French-speaking. The same goes for English and English-speaking: America is not English, but is English-speaking. Well I no that a French speaking country speaks French but not like France. For example:Haiti, and Morrocco are French speaking countries.
In France, French- speaking countries are known are francophonie countries. This means French speaking
Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and Cuba are there Spanish speaking islands. The Canary Islands, and Hispaniola also speak Spanish.
Islands in french is: des îles >> Meaning the islands.
martinique, la reunion, haiti
the non spanish speaking countries in South America are: Guyana, Brazil, Suriname, the Falkland Islands, and French Guiana.
Dutch-speaking Flemings of the north and the French-speaking Walloons of the south. Belgium has 3 official languages. Dutch (official) 60%, French (official) 40%, German (official) less than 1%, legally bilingual (Dutch and French)
Belgium isn't a french speaking country. Actually it has 3 official languages: French, Dutch and German. 60% of the people speak Dutch and 40% speak French. Only a small part speaks German. The french speaking part of Belgium ( Walloon ) used to be a part of France, but it was added to Flanders during the Napoleon War. That explains why they speak French in Walloon.
There are no french Caribbean islands.
There are French-speaking countries on five of the seven continents. There are French-speaking countries in Africa, both Americas, Asia, and Europe. Australia may have French speakers, but it isn't considered a French speaking country. Antarctica has no French-speaking countries on it. But there are French speakers, and an important French station.
It is a former French colony so a part of the population are French-speaking.
there are 43 french speaking countries
No, speaking French is just like speaking any other langauge. However, since French is the a very romantic language, French speakers do get most of the girls.
Cuba and the Dominican Republic are the names of two Spanish-speaking islands. Both islands, along with Puerto Rico, number among the islands in the eastern Caribbean Sea. Examples of Spanish-speaking islands elsewhere in the world range from the Canary Islands in the central-eastern Atlantic Ocean to Easter Island in the southeastern Pacific Ocean and Mallorca in the northwestern Mediterranean Sea.
French speaking people are known as francophones.
Quebec is the major French-speaking province in Canada.
yes Belgium is a french speaking country.
Yes, Chad is a French speaking nation.
Yes, people on Mauritius do speak French, since it was a French colony and is very close to the French-speaking islands of Réunion and Madagascar. The official languages are both English and French and Portuguese is not spoken by many persons here. Mauritians also speak creole. it is, apart from Mauritian Creole and English it is the second spoken language but soon in 3 years time it Will end up the main language spoken in… Read More
ya there are! but I will not tell you. ha ha.
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1. Compete in 'Tour de France'. 2. Get a job at the United Nations. 3. Have a vacation home in a French speaking country. 4. Live and work in a French speaking country. 5. Read the classics of French literature in the original language. 6. Study and get degrees from schools in French language speaking countries. 7. Travel to French speaking countries. 8. Understand French language films, radio stations, and soundtracks. 9. Understand what people… Read More
1: Cuba at 42,803 sq. mi. is the largest Spanish speaking island. 2: Dominican Republic 3: Puerto Rico 4: Canary Islands 5: Hispaniola ---- References: http://nz.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070830184401AAMI2iR http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_largest_Spanish_speaking_island http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What are all the Spanish speaking islands
One French-speaking island is Corsica, a French owned island in the Mediterrenean.
Speaking and writing French would be an advantage in working with any French speaking country, or with cooking.
French is spoken in Guadeloupe, Haiti, Martinique, Saint-Barthelemy and Saint Martin.
It's divided into French speaking, German speaking and Italian speaking, but there are also some Romansch speakers. There are 23 Cantons and 3 half-Cantons.
Haiti started speaking french because i wanted them to.
what products are from french speaking countries in america
The province of Quebec is the French speaking province in Canada.
French and German are two different languages so no.
There are multiple French speaking communities in Alberta. McLennan, St. Paul and Edmonton are all French speaking communities in Alberta.
Cuba, the Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico.
Some Egyptians speak French. Napoleon invaded Egypt and French was also the language of diplomacy. However, Egypt is an Arab speaking country, not a French speaking country.
the Canadian government passing a law against speaking French in government buildings.
French speaking Canadians are called Canadians. English speaking Canadians are called Canadians. Canadians are Canadians.
All Canadian provinces have French-speaking people.