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There are 73 million native french speakers and another 338 million non-native speakers of the language in the world. France contains the majority of native speakers with over 64 million living within its boundaries. So in this way France could be considered the largest french speaking country, due to it having the largest population of french speakers.

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The total population of all French-speaking countries is approximately 300 million people. French is spoken as a first or second language in over 50 countries worldwide.

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Well, the total population of native French speakers is around 77 million people, and the total number of French speakers (as a first or other language) is about 467 million.

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