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French is one of the Romance languages, primarily used in France and its territories but also in the former French and Belgian colonies. This language is also used in Belgium – alongside Flemish and German, in Luxemburg – alongside Luxembourgish and German, in Monaco and Switzerland – alongside German, Italian and Romancsh, and in Canada - in the province of Quebec. There are around 78 million people in the world who use French as their first language and approximately 50 million who use it as their second language. The French language ranks tenth worldwide by the number of speakers. Although it ranks third when it comes to Roman languages – just behind Spanish and Portuguese – French is still geopolitically one of the most important Romance languages.