What countries speak French?
La Suisse (Switzerland), La Belgique (Belgium), Le Canada (Canada), Le Haïti (Haiti), Monaco, La France (France), L'Algerie (Algeria), Le Maroc (Morocco), Le Congo Belge (Congo Belga) , Le Liban (Lebanon)...
France, parts of Canada (like Quebec), parts of America (like
New Orleans, some parts of New England), a lot of countries in
Africa (like Chad, Senegal, Algeria, and Madagascar), some of
Luxembourg, some of Italy. There's a lot more also!
I only know 5 countries who speak French as an official language and they are as follows:-
Some of the province in Canada, for ex. Quebec and of course French
yes, people in Africa speak french. Here are some countries that speak french. Benin Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Central African Republic Chad Comoros Republic of the Congo Democratic Republic of the Congo Côte d'Ivoire Djibouti Gabon Guinea Madagascar Mali Niger Rwanda Senegal Seychelles Togo As you can see, many of the African countries speak French. 20 of the countries in Africa have French as their official language.
besides France, in Canada the province of Quebec speaks French, and in the US, the state of Lousiana has a lot of French-speaking natives. A lot of small islands speak French. I think there are a few countries in Africa that also speak a form of French. Oh, and Haiti speaks a form of it as well. It's a little bit different, but its roots are in French.