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French World

French Speaking Countries

This is the largest French speaking country in Europe. France
This continent has more French speakers than any other continent. Africa
This country is north of France and is known for its chocolate. Belgium
This country is north of France and east of Belgium. Luxembourg
This country is in north Africa and its capital is Rabat. Morocco
This country is on the west coast of Africa and is produces more cocoa than any other country in the world. Cote d'Ivoire
This capital of this Canadian province was founded by Samuel de Champlain. Quebec
This state was named after Louis XIV and once belonged to France. Louisiana
This island in the Caribbean had a devastating earthquake is January 2010. Haiti
This overseas department of France is the only French speaking country in South America. French Guiana
This island is an overseas department of France and begins with M. Martinique
This island is an overseas department of France and begins with G. Guadeloupe
These two islands off the coast of Canada are overseas territories of France. St. Pierre et Miquelon
This African country is on the west coast of northern Africa and its capital is Dakar. Senegal
This African country is bordered by Algeria, Niger, Cote d'Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Guinea, Senegal and Mauritania. Mali
This island is named after the latin word for Sunday because that is the day Columbus is said to have first seen it. Dominica
This island off the east coast of Africa is known for having plants and animals that exist nowhere else on earth. Madagascar
This Asian country did not gain its independence from France until 1953 and a minority of citizens speak French. Laos
A minority of the population speak a dialect of French in this Asian country. Vietnam
Porto Novo is the capital of this small African country. Benin
This skinny African country borders Benin. Togo
Aosta Valley is a small region in this country where French is an official language. Italy
This small principality is bordered by France and the Mediterranean Sea. Monacco
This European country recognizes French as one of its 4 official languages. Switzerland
Created by: ErikaLindberg