Belgian French (or français de belgique, pronounced [fran’sæ ‘de bel’gɪk]) is the variety of French spoken mainly in the French Community of Belgium. Although there are no differences between Belgian French and the French of northern France on academic level, some phonological and lexical varieties do exist, mainly in the spoken language. Historically, French-speaking Belgium was never a single political entity until being unified under French rule during the French Revolution and Napoleonic rule.
Written alphabet: Latin (French alphabet)
Official language in: Belgium (French)