Is French hard to learn?
It generally depends on the language you begin with. French, for example, is very different from English.
The most obvious issue is the pronunciation.
Certain words in French are the same as they are in many other languages, but it can be difficult to notice if you are not reading it.
French is an Indo-European language that belongs to the Romance family.
It is estimated to have approximately 76 million native speakers, 235 million daily, fluent speakers and an additional 77–110 million people who speak it as a second language, primarily in Africa.
As an official language of 29 countries spread across five continents, French is spoken as a first language in France, parts of Canada, Belgium, western Switzerland, Monaco, parts of Luxembourg, parts of the United States, the autonomous region of Aosta Valley in northwestern Italy and a few other communities.
After English and Standard Mandarin Chinese, Bloomberg Businessweek ranked French as the third most useful language for business in 2011.
Did you know?
Many international organizations, including the United Nations, the European Union, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the World Trade Organization, use French as their primary or secondary language.
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