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 Why is rwanda a french speaking country?

Answer Rwanda is a French speaking country because of its past colonization by Belgium. French is one of Belgium's official languages. However, French is not the only language spoken in the tiny East Afri... Read More »
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Why is luxembourg a french speaking country?

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has declared French the official language for civil, legal, and parliament business. High school classes must be taught in French, whereas teachers address elementary ... Read More »
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Why is morocco a french speaking country?

French is the second language spoken in Morocco, after Arabic, the official language. This influence finds its roots from an historical event, when Morocco moved under the protectorate of France in... Read More »
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Is Belgium a French-speaking country?

People in Belgium do speak French. However, they have three official languages: French, German and Dutch. Approximately 60 percent of the population in Belgium speaks Dutch, about 40 percent speak ... Read More »
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How many French-speaking nations are there compared to Spanish-speaking nations?

According to the International Organization of the Francophonie, there are 28 countries whose official language is French, as well as 70 member states and governments that speak French. As of 2010,... Read More »
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