There are many places in Quebec. Montreal and Quebec City are two examples of cities in Quebec. Within Montreal, there is the Biodome and the Olympic stadium.
Quebec and Arcadia
French and English
Louisiana and Quebec
Quebec and Arcadia
Quebec and Louisiana
French is mostly spoken in Quebec but since Quebec is part of Canada then they recognize it as Canada's second language but Quebec has tried many different ways and wants to be its own country. It speaks two different languages because they were settled by the English and the French.
French and English, as some provinces are French. Like Quebec and they speak some French in New Brunswick.
The French were never "driven" out of Canada, we have a large French population most of who live in the province of Quebec. Canada has two official languages, French and English.
Quebec has two languages. French and English. However, French was made the official language of Quebec in 1974 and English is spoken by only a small minority (Anglophones).French and English, with french being slightly more prevalent
Ok first of all I know a boy and his anishills are M.A.N Michael andrew nick...... Anyway what happened was two teams (Quebec and the French) got really man at each other so the French wanted to do wAr on the Quebec so that's what happend
Canadian, she speaks fluent French and has a French accent. __________________________________________________________ She's not Canadian AND French... She is simply Canadian. You can call her French-Canadian, a Quebecer, a Quebecoise or whatever you want that is not a nationality, she is doesn't have two nationalities. She is part of a cultural group called Quebecers, which are the French-speaking majority of Quebec, but the fact that she speaks French doesn't make her less Canadian for that matter. As long as Quebec will remain a Canadian province and that this country will be bilingual, speaking French won't give someone a different nationality. She was born in Repentigny, Quebec and her parents were born in Quebec too. She is Canadian, end of story.
Quebec, Ontario, and all the other provinces of Canada, to some degree.
Britain was fighting France. The Battle of Quebec was one of the major battles of the Seven Years' War, also called the French and Indian War.
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I'm assuming you mean other than France. There is Canada (especially the province of Quebec) that speak french, and then there's Belgium.
one of the largest cities in Quebec is Quebec city and Afghanistan
one of them is quebec city
i know two of them one in Canada province of quebec french town just beside Ottawa and the one in UK
The Forth Railway Bridge in Scotland and the Quebec Bridge in Canada are both famous examples of cantilever bridges.
In French, to have can be:J'ai - I haveTu as- You haveThat is only two examples. Using the right words and applying proper French grammar can give you the French translation for he has, she has, we have, they have and so on.
most likely when James Wolfe snuck up on the french at Quebec when they were unaware. It was a fierce battle and the two leaders were killed. The British won
Yes, English, which is spoken in most of the provinces as the primary language, and French which is spoke in Quebec as the primary language.