What’s more popular in French than a word dictionary?
In fact, the word dictionary may have the most people in France, at around 3.2 million.
According to data from the Institut de la recherche Scientifique (IRT) of the Université de Montpellier, the second most popular word is énégation, followed by été and étiquette.
The third most popular is étude.
English, French, and Spanish are the top three languages spoken in France.
English and French have more than a billion speakers, while Spanish has around 1.5 billion.
But French, which has the fourth most speakers, has only about 3,500 speakers, which is a bit less than the English population of 7 billion.
The data comes from a 2016 study, published by the Institue de l’Institut Français (ILF), which uses the French language census to count the number of people in French who have a language, which can be the first, second, third or fourth language spoken in a country.
The Ilfe study, which uses data from 2016 census of more than 1.4 million people in five French cities, shows that French is the second-most popular language in France with a population of around 3,000,822.
In total, French has around 3 million speakers.
French speakers are also among the fastest-growing groups in the country.
For the first time, the population of French speakers is more than the population that speaks the second language, with nearly 2 million French speakers living in France in 2020.
With such high numbers, there is even more room for growth in French.
The ILF has been collecting data on French speakers from 2020 onwards, and is hoping to have the latest statistics in 2021.
This year, the data is available to the public, which means there is no need to sign up for a French language class.
At the moment, the Ilfé study shows that the population in French has reached the point where the population is no longer small.
It has reached about 3.3 million people, a number that is expected to rise by more than half.
“I believe that the time is now to make French a priority language for young French speakers,” said Ilfes director, Stephane De la Grosse, who has been leading the French project for the past two years.
“The data is already there, it just needs to be used more wisely and more strategically.”
The ILA has a goal of expanding the French-language curriculum to include at least one foreign language.
The study, however, suggests that this is not possible without some kind of foreign language, so there is still work to be done.
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