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French Speaking Countries
Transcript of French Speaking Countries
These countries have French as their primary or official language.
is the capital of Canada and its 4th largest city. The city is the most educated in Canada, with several post-secondary, research, and cultural institutions, and it also has the highest standard of living in the nation and low unemployment.
The national dish of Canada is called
, which originates from the province of Quebec. It is made of french fries and cheese curds topped with light brown gravy.
is the collective name for three waterfalls that straddle the international border between Canada and the United States; between the province of Ontario and the state of New York. From largest to smallest, the three waterfalls are the Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls. .
is the capital and most populous city in France.
It was founded in the 3rd century BC by a Celtic people called the Parisii, who gave the city its name.
France's national dish
, which means pot in
the fire, is a warming, fragrant dish of stewing steak,
root vegetables, and spices
Paris is home to the most visited art museum in the
, as well as the famous
is the capital of Belgium as well as one of the capitals of the European Union.
is a Belgian beef stew made with beer, served with bread or fries and mustard. This is considered one of the national dishes, along with
, mussles cooked or steamed with onions and served with fries.
increasingly becoming multilingual
with increasing numbers of migrants, expatriates and minority groups speaking their own languages.
is its capital and 2nd largest city. Hanoi's population is constantly growing, a reflection of the fact that the city is both a major metropolitan area of Northern Vietnam, and also the country's political center.
isởa simple rice noodle soup often eaten as breakfast at home or at street-side cafes, containing beef or chicken.
French was the official language of Vietnam from the beginning of French colonial rule in the mid-19th century until 1975.
Vietnam contains the largest of the three Francophone communities in Southeast Asia
, the others being found in Laos and Cambodia. French is spoken by over 5% of the population and is sometimes used in international relations and education.
Its political capital is
, but its largest city and main port is Casablanca.
The national dish of Morocco is
, which consists of small steamed balls of semolina similar to a small noodle or grain of rice. Spices are used extensively in Moroccan food as well.
French is one of the country's two
often used for business, diplomacy, and government. For all practical purposes
French is used as a second language
Its capital and most populous city is
, located in the country's far north.
Algeria's national dish is
, which is steamed and then served with meat, vegetables and sauce. Typically, lamb and chicken are used in meals as well as fish from the Mediterranean.
, though it has no official status, is widely used in government, culture, media (newspapers) and education (from primary school), due to Algeria's colonial history and can be regarded as a
co-official language of Algeria
Tunisia's name is derived from its capital city,
, which is located on the northeast coast.
, called "Kosksi", is the national dish of Tunisia and can be prepared in many ways.
Arabic is the official language and Derja is the national variety of Arabic used by the public. French plays a major role in Tunisian society, despite having no official status. It is widely used in education (as the language of instruction in the sciences in secondary school), the press, and in business. In 2010, there were 6,639,000
French-speakers in Tunisia, or about 64% of the population.
Other Tourist Attractions in France:
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Other Tourist Attractions in Vietnam:
Other Tourist Attractions in Algeria:
Other Tourist Attractions in Morocco:
- Dunes in Sahara Desert
-Jemaa el Fna Square Market in Marakesh
Other Tourist Attractions in Tunisia:
Other Tourist Attractions in Canada: