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Nicolas Peyrac Suffit que tu oses

Nicolas Peyrac Suffit que tu oses

When I heard this song the first time I immediatly love it and listen listen listen many times. That song and melody touch my heart and my emotion deeply. I don’t know why. Maybe it remind me childhood. At that time french song was popular. French is a language that suit very good with music and song. Et ça dépends de toi Ça dépend de moi Toutes ces envies qu’on a D’échanger ou pas Les oui et les apparences De…

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France Gall dead today 7th of January 2018 aged 70

France Gall dead today 7th of January 2018 aged 70

The French singer France Gall has died aged 70. She passed Sunday morning (7 January) in Paris. Gall’s representative confirmed the news in a statement, saying the singer died after an infection complication caused by cancer. France Gall won the eurovison contast in 1965 with “Poupée de cire, poupée de son.”. She was very populare between 1970 and 1990 in France.

Paris is not the bigest french speaking city in the word

Paris is not the bigest french speaking city in the word

Paris was the bigest french speaking in the world with more than 10 milions people. But Kinshasa has now in 2017 more people with 12.1 milions inhabitant than Paris (11.9 milions) With an anual demographic groth of 4.2% between 2000 and 2016, the Capital of Congo overtake Paris. Additionaly RDC République Démocratique du Congo is also the biggest french speaking country in the world with 78 milions people. This shows the demographic and economic power of french Africa that has…

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Language war in Switzerland

Language war in Switzerland

Switzerland has 4 official languages : German, French, Italian and Romansh. Traditionaly, the first foreign language taught at school was a national language, German for the french part and French for the german part. But this situation is going to change. French, English or both? Zurich is the latest canton to decide on whether to teach just one foreign language at primary schools. Pupils in the canton currently learn English from age seven and French from age 11, both during…

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