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  1. French people - Wikipedia

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    The Canadian province of Quebec (2006 census population of 7,546,131), where more than 95 percent of the people speak French as either their first, second or even third language, is the center of French life on the Western side of the Atlantic; however, French settlement began further east, in Acadia. Quebec is home to vibrant French-language ...

    • 5,077,000 (includes ancestry)
    • 41,000
    • 127,000, (French citizens)
    • 126,000
  2. List of French people - Wikipedia

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    This list about a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources.Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful.

  3. France - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    French was the language of diplomacy and culture in Europe between the 17th and 19th century and is still widely used. Some people in France also speak Basque, Breton, Catalan, Corsican, German, Flemish, and Occitan. Religion

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  5. Category:French people - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "French people" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  6. Stereotypes of French people - Wikipedia

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    England. Stereotypes of the French by the British people, especially the English people, have existed for centuries.This is in part due to the many Anglo-French Wars (1193-1815).

  7. Category:People of French descent - Wikipedia

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    Wikimedia Commons has media related to People of French descent. This category includes articles on people who (or whose ancestors) emigrated from France to other countries. For the opposite, see Category:French people by ethnic or national origin

  8. French people in India - Wikipedia

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    Telugu people (nearly 10,000 in France, 60 people in Yanam) Malayali people (4000-5000 in France) Examples of Indian French. Indian French spoken in former French India vaguely varies from Standard French, in pronunciation and accent, with a few unique words, such as:

  9. Black people in France - Wikipedia

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    Notable people In French politics Afro-French or Kanak members of the French Parliament or government from overseas France. There have been dozens of Afro-Caribbean, Kanak, and Afro-French MPs representing overseas electoral districts at the French National Assembly or at the French Senate, and several government members.

  10. French people in Japan - Wikipedia

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    At the same time, the number of French tourists has nearly doubled to 150,000 per year. [citation needed] There are 4 bilingual schools, 60 cultural associations and over 700 companies in Japan. [citation needed] Notable Japanese people of French descent. Claude Ciari - Composer, musician and tarento; Minami Hinase - Model and actress

  11. Normans - Wikipedia

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    The descendants of Vikings replaced the Norse religion and Old Norse language with Catholicism (Christianity) and the Langue d'oil of the local people, descending from the Latin of the Romans. The Norman language (Norman French ) was forged by the adoption of the indigenous langue d'oïl branch of Romance by a Norse-speaking ruling class, and ...