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Here are some interesting facts about French

French, or le français, is a part of Romance languages which evolved from the colloquial Latin that was used throughout the Roman Empire.

Today, there are several creole languages that are descended from French, as well as several different varieties of the language spoken in the former colonies of France.

It is an official language in 29 countries. French is also an official language in the United Nations, the European Union, NATO, the World Trade Organisation, IOC, and the Red Cross.

While today, the highest number of French speakers live in Europe, by 2050 it is estimated that 80% of French speakers will be in Africa.

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