French canadians are born with French as a native language, whereas canadians are not.
French speaking Canadians are called Canadians. English speaking Canadians are called Canadians. Canadians are Canadians.
yes the french canadians made french toast
French Canadians speak French and English, though their French is a dialect specific to Canada.
The French like Canadians because the French founded Canada and a lot of Canadians speak French.
French speaking Canadians mostly live in Quebec.
French, although most French Canadians speak English pretty well also.
Canada. Improvise::: Most FRENCH speaking CANADIANS live in Quebec.
To correct YOU, its "What language do Canadians Speak?" and to answer the question English and French, but french is most spoken in Quebec.
I am a french canadians and we eat poutine, REAL maple syrup, croissant and yellow rice:D
Because Canadians suck
The majority of Canadians speak English, so the answer is green.French-Canadians speak French, so the answer for them is vert.
Most french-speaking Canadians live in the provinces of Québec and New Brunswick
french canadians are smarter, speak more languages, are more generous and have céline dion and simple plan while english canadians have justin bieber and avril lavigne
Most French speaking Canadians live in Quebec. Partly because the official language in Quebec is French.
no, only french canadians.
English and French
Jean Lamarre has written: 'The French Canadians of Michigan' -- subject(s): French-Canadians, History
Canadians mostly speak English and French, which are inheritances from the English and French colonizers who conquered the territory and established Canada.
John P. DuLong has written: 'French Canadians in Michigan' -- subject(s): History, Emigration and immigration, French-Canadians, Ethnic relations 'French-Canadian genealogical research' -- subject(s): Genealogy, Handbooks, manuals, French-Canadians
a square can be a rectagle but a rectangle cant be a squareNo, French Canadians live in the province of Quebec, while Canadians live everywhere else.---------------------No, i do not think canadians and french canadians are the same. A french Canadian has had ancestors here since the very beginning of Canada being its own country. A Canadian could be any person that has come to Canada from another country recently and got a Canadian citizenship.No actully french is my worst subjest in school--------------------Other Canadians have been here since the very beginning of Canada, and even before that. Many in Canada want a country where a persons family, race, or culture does not determine their status within the country.Canadians and French Canadians are not the same. Canadians are clearly stating that Canada is their homeland. Those that feel the need to add some descriptor, like French, do not see themselves as Canadian, they just happen to live in Canada and have a homeland or loyalty elsewhere.
Fun in French is "l'amusement" or to have fun is "s'amuser".
English and french
English or French