Monaco is a tiny country of just a few square kilometers. It is surrounded byon every side except for a little stretch on . Everywhere around it the language used is French and that small city was also a French-speaking one.
Monaco has spoken French for over 700 years.
French, Italian and Monegasque are spoken in Monaco.
No. In Monaco they speak French, Italian or Monegasque. In England they speak English.
In Europe, French is spoken in France, Monaco, Switzerland, Belgium.
French in Europe is primarily spoken in France, Monaco, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and Belgium.
By population Monaco is the smallest country with French as an official language.French is spoken in Andorra but it is not official.
French is spoken as the sole national language in France and Monaco. French is also spoken in parts of Belgium and Switzerland. There is a small French speaking area in north-west Italy.
Since French is the official language of Monaco, nearly all of them, though about half the population has a different first language (mostly Monagasque or Italian, with a significant English-speaking population as well).
yes ____ France notably, but French is also spoken in Andorra, Belgium, Luxembourg, Monaco and Switzerland.
French is a commonly spoken language, but it is an official language in France, Belgium, Monaco, Switzerland and Luxembourg.
The people are known as 'Monegasque'. - and have their own language, but the commonest languages spoken are French, Italian and English
France, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Monaco and Andorra. (It is important to note that with the exceptions of France and Monaco, French is co-official with another language such as Flemish, German, or Catalan) Belgium and Switzerland as well as Monaco are speaking French with French as one of their official languages. French is also spoken notably in Andorra and Romania
No, Monaco is an independent country on the French coast
Monaco is bordered by France and French is the official language of the country of Monaco.
"Monaco" is the French name for Monaco
The French colonised Monaco from 1793 to 1814.
French. French is official in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Monaco, Switzerland and the Channel Islands. Spanish is official only in Spain.
French is the official language. Monégasque, Italian and English are also widely spoken.French is the only official language although many of the population use and understand other languages including Italian and English . In addition many of the locals speak Monegasque, a Ligurian language of Northern Italian origin.Ligurian and Occitan
France, Belgium, Luxembourg Monaco, Haiti just to name a few.
It's spelled the same in French.le Monaco.
Monaco has many hotels and restaurants with French names.
"bienvenue Ã Monaco"
équipe de Monaco
The official language of France (including the French Riviera or Cote d'Azur) is French. However, some regional dialects survive, including provençal, the dialect still spoken in the South. Provençal has a long literary tradition. Provençal is a language in its own right which also has many local dialects. It is not a dialect of French. There is also Nizza - a dialect of Italian spoken in Nice and the Pays Niçois and Monagasque which is still spoken in Monaco.
Everybody speak French in Monaco. It's the official language.