Native Speakers of Canadian French Language

Posted on: May 31st, 2014 by asapbademko
Canadian French (or français canadien, pronounced [fran’se kænædie’] is the variety of French spoken in Canada. French is the mother tongue of more than seven million Canadians, a figure constituting roughly 22% of the national population. At federal level it has co-official status alongside English and is the sole official language of Quebec province. There are two main sub-varieties of Canadian French. Joual is an informal variety of French spoken in working-class neighbourhoods in the province of Quebec. Chiac is a blending of Acadian French syntax and vocabulary with numerous lexical borrowings from English. Written alphabet: Latin Official language in: Canada

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