French in Maghrib countries

Guest   Mon Sep 24, 2007 12:06 pm GMT
Take note Sam, that the percentage/proportion/number of French speakers on those countries in Sub-Saharan Africa is so high in relation to the entire population of each country and considering that the literacy is still low.

So what more if 100% of the population each country is literate? Of, course, the number of French speakers would have been higher.
Guest   Mon Sep 24, 2007 6:13 pm GMT
Nobody speak French in Eq Guinea. People speak their native languages and Spanish when they want to communicate with people from other tribes, since each tribe has their own language. French was made official in Eq Guinea in order to be allowed in the CFA Economic Block. But there are no official programs from the Government to make French a really used language. They are not interested on it nor they have the money to do that. Most of Guineans do not attend to School. It would be rather difficult for them to learn French.
Guest   Tue Sep 25, 2007 2:00 am GMT
60% of the people of Eqautorial Guinea speak French that's the reality and Spanish is fast becoming less and less common.

If anybody in this forum cannot accept that reality then that's his problem.