Because from 1830 to 1962, Algeria was a French colony.
Not it isn't. Almost 90% of Algerians are Berbers in origins, not Arab. Algerians speak many languages like Arabic (due to Arab conquest) and French (due to French colonialism) but their indigenous language is Berber.
why do algerians build and sell
French and Algerians could stop dying in a long and bloody war.
Arabic is the sole official language of Algeria. French, the language introduced during the period of colonial rule (1830-1962) by France, is also used in business and education. A minority of Algerians speak a Berber language known as Kabyle.Officially and generally on the whole, Algerians speak Arabic, in particular Algerian Arabic.However, the Algerian government also recognizes Berber languages, whose speakers are known as Imazighen. Tamazight is also recognized. Also, from colonial rule, many Algerians speak French.The first language they speak is algerian and their second language is frenchArabic is the main language of algeriaThe majority of people living in Algeria speak French or Arabic. Algeria was a colony of France which is why they speak French and Algeria is also primarily Muslim, so that is why people there speak Arabic.they speak frenchFrench.Arabic ( Dardja)Algeria used to be a french colony.It would depend on who "they" are.Yes, but only as a second language. The main language is Arabic. Algeria is a former French colony (from 1830 to 1962) and French was the mandatory language in schools. It is still widely taught as Algeria still has strong ties with France (96% of the expatriated Algerians live in France).algerian dialect, arabic and french
a war between the Algerians and France started in 1954. it was a eight-year struggle, but in 1962, the Algerians won.
Bilingualism is to master two different languages. It cannot be taught. However, each language must be taught alone (not by mixing them). We can say for example, Algeria is a bilingual society because Algerians speak Arabic and French.
Speak ( in English) - parler( In French )
french people speak french but they don't only have to speak french.
yes they do speak french.
Yes, they speak French.
To speak is "parler" in French.
English: We speak french French: Nous parlons français
how did you learn your own language? that's how they learn french, so how do you speak English? That's how frence speak french?
French do not speak a different language: they all or nearly all speak French. The people who do not speak French, are the ones using a different language.
Yes in French Guiana they speak French and French Guiana Creole.
Algerians living in France (nearly 95% of the Algerians living out of Algeria) live everywhere in mainland France, but especially in and around the major towns. The town of Marseilles on the Mediterranean has the reputation of housing the highest proportion of Algerians in France.
They speak French in Guyana
people speak french in Monaco
No she doesn't speak french. You need lessons!
Translation: Do you speak French?
Speak = Parle (in french)