Why learn French? The answer to this question is pretty easy.
French is not only a language of culture and the arts and of fine cuisine; it is also widely used in international diplomacy and business. There are 47 French speaking countries in the world and French is considered the national language of approximately 200 million people.
France remains the 1st worldwide tourist destination, with more than 80 million visiting tourists a year and French is the official language of countries as important in the world community as Canada, Switzerland or Belgium (Capital of the European Union).
The French language is also widely used in the legal and diplomatic fields. It is almost impossible for someone to work within the European Union and not speak or at least be able to understand French quite well.
Whether you build European aircraft, launch satellites from French Guyana, are a wine connoisseur, are interested in fashion, if you work in nuclear fusion or for the CERN (The European Organization for Nuclear Research), you will absolutely need to speak French. France is the 5th largest economy in the world and offers a wide range of opportunities for every type of business.
Canada is officially bilingual and is the most important trading partner for the United States. Canadians law requires labeling in English and French on all imported products. Hundreds of French companies have subsidiaries in the US, and France is the largest recipient of foreign investment from the US.
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5 good reasons to learn French?
- French, along with English, is the only language spoken in all 5 continents
- It is the other language for International Relations
- Being able to speak French is an asset to your professional career
- French is the language of culture
- French allows you to explore France
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