Why do manitobans speak English and french?
In the 19th century, only 5% of the manitoban's population spoke english.
Nowadays, 96% of the population speak english.
Many Canadians do speak French and most from Quebec or New Brunswick are capable of conversing in it even if they do not have true fluency. However, most Ontarians, Manitobans, Saskatchewanians, Albertans, and British Columbians do not speak French (most are monolingual Anglophones). In fact, it has been found that more Canadians speak Cantonese than French, especially in British Columbia.
They are 15 people 7 of them speak English 8 off the french 3 people speak none how many of these speak both English french?
== There are 7 people, not including the french. The french question doesn't make sense. If it said, "3 of the 8 french people couldn't speak none," that would be clearer. So, there are 7+5== 12 people who can speak english,while the remaining(which is 3) people can't speak english. Simple as that. Simple addition. ===
Most of Canada speaks English. (They also speak "Francias") Yes Canada is an English speaking country. Other languages are spoken including Spanish and Asian languages. __ Canada is a bilingual country - English and French. French and English are Canada's Official Languages. While more Canadians speak English than speak French, the two Official Languages have equal status.
Most of Europe can speak in English but it is not their primary language. If you lived in the United States you would speak your birth language of English not Spanish or French or any of the Native American languages or other languages that exist in that nation. Germans speak German in Germany. French speak French in France. They can speak in English too because English speaking people do business with them and the tourists…
In French, to ask how do you speak English? you say: Comment vous parlent anglais ? To ask do you speak English? you say: Parlez vous anglais? To ask how do you say ____ in English? you say: ça se dit comment "____" en anglais? In French, to simply say the language English or the subject English, you say: anglais Pronounced: on-gleh