Français (fr) is the lingua franca of French-speaking countries.
It is also the language spoken by approximately 1.3 billion people in France, which makes it a primary language in the world.
But it is also spoken by people who have different accents.
This has made it hard to translate a dictionary into a French-language dictionary, especially one with a lot of information.
That is why Google launched the Flesche Dictionary Project, which aims to make that easier.
The project is a collaboration between Google, the French National Library, the National Research Council and Google’s own Flesch-Kincaid International Center.
The goal is to create a French dictionary that’s easy to use, and that can translate into English.
Google has been working on the project for more than a year, and today the project is launching in France.
Google’s goal is simple: to help users better understand the meaning of words and phrases.
It’s not only about helping people to understand the word, but also its meaning in the context of a broader context.
Flesches dictionary has over 4,000 words and is organized into categories that include words that describe events, situations and places, such as: weather, country, weather, day, day time, city, street, road, country roads, city streets, city road, road traffic, weather source Bloomberg