French is the language of the Luxembourgish legal system and government so apart from recent immigrants, all Luxembourgers can speak French if required, but this does not mean that they speak it at home. Most Luxembourgers speak Letzebuergesch at home with some speaking German, Portugese or Italian as their first language.
twenty percentage of people in marseille speak french
78.6% of the people in French Guiana speak French...
About 20% speak French as their native language.
80% of Gabonese people are French speakers, but a far smaller percentage are native French speakers. Most people in Gabon speak French as a second language.
Nearly all Luxembourgers are fluent in Luxembourgish, French, and German, so close to 100%. This is because all three languages are taught in school.
As of 2013, less than 1% of the population in Niger speak French.
The native language of Monaco is French and nearly all inhabitants speak it.
Some Chinese people certainly speak French, but this would be a small minority (by percentage).
As of 2014, about 22.3% of the population of Canada speak French as their native language.
83% of Quebecers were born speaking French Over 95% of Quebecers are able to speak French. French is the only official language of Québec.
Montpelier is close in proximity to Quebec Province, where French is spoken. As a result, a significant percentage of Montpelier citizens speak French.
They live on an island called Madagascar.
40% of Belgians speak Frenchnearly 60% percent speaks DutchLess then 1% speaks German
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It is a tropical west African country. (As it was colonized by the French, a significant percentage of citizens speak French.)
Sources seem to indicate that about 39% of the French population speaks English.
In urban areas, >70% of Moroccans speak French. In rural areas, it drops to around 20%. Overall, between 35-40% of Moroccans speak French.
Over 1.6 million people over the age of 5 speak french in the USA, roughly 0.6% of the USA population.
The percentage of people that speak French in Luxembourg is four percent. But if people would learn a second in Luxembourg it would be ninety percent.
37% this answer was found by a student from a scientific that was met at school:-)