In France, French- speaking countries are known are francophonie countries. This means French speaking
there is only a French country, which is France. But there are several countries where the French language is spoken, which are French-speaking. The same goes for English and English-speaking: America is not English, but is English-speaking. Well I no that a French speaking country speaks French but not like France. For example:Haiti, and Morrocco are French speaking countries.
there are 43 french speaking countries
It is a former French colony so a part of the population are French-speaking.
French speaking people are known as francophones.
Quebec is the major French-speaking province in Canada.
Yes, Chad is a French speaking nation.
yes Belgium is a french speaking country.
There are French-speaking countries on five of the seven continents. There are French-speaking countries in Africa, both Americas, Asia, and Europe. Australia may have French speakers, but it isn't considered a French speaking country. Antarctica has no French-speaking countries on it. But there are French speakers, and an important French station.
No, speaking French is just like speaking any other langauge. However, since French is the a very romantic language, French speakers do get most of the girls.
One French-speaking island is Corsica, a French owned island in the Mediterrenean.
Speaking and writing French would be an advantage in working with any French speaking country, or with cooking.