What language did Napoleon speak when he first went to France?
Napoleon Spoken Italian from birth, and was already fluent in French by the time he went to France.
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pourquoi l'angleterre dois parler anglais? The only reason that we call the French language "French" is because the French speak it. If the language came from Libya, we would call it "Libyan". There is nothing inherent about the sounds of French that makes it belong to France. However, since it was the people of France who developed this language, it seems proper that they should speak it.
a first language is the one who speak fluently and what you used ever since you was little e.g. im british, so my first language would be english, because i was brought up with that langage and it was the first one i learnt a second language is one you learnt and you're able to speak aswell e.g. i can speak french so therefore french would be my second language :)
your first language is the language you learnt when you were a baby. For example When I was born I was born to parents that spoke Dutch so the language I first spoke was Dutch. We then migrated to Australia where I learned to speak English. The end result is that even though I speak English nearly exclusively my first language is Dutch. I know people that don't even remember their first language.
Alphabetical list of countries in South America that speak Spanish as their first language: Argentina Bolivia Chile Colombia Ecuador Paraguay Peru Uruguay Venezuela Countries that do not speak Spanish as their first language: Brazil (Portuguese) Guyana (English) Suriname (Dutch) List of dependent territories in South America (none of which speak Spanish as their first language): Falkland Islands (English) French Guiana (French) South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands (English)
"Francophone" means French-speaking. Apart from France and Monaco having French as the official language; Belgium, Switzerland and Luxembourg all have francophone populations and have French as one of their official languages - approximately 72 million Europeans speak French as their first language In addition, about twice as many (145 million) Europeans speak French as a second language.
The English language is not a second or foreign language. But it is the first language to learn, or, in some cases around the world, it is the second language to learn after the native language, for exmaple, of China or France. It is a foreign language to the rest of the world because they have never heard someone speak it, so it's kinda like for us when someone speaks Swahili.