The interest in learning the French language has been increasing in recent years in various parts of the world, to the point of becoming the fourth most spoken language in the world and the only one, along with English, which is spoken in the five continents.
Unlike what many people think, French is still an influential language in international business and export environments today, despite the growing presence of English in continents such as Africa and Asia. In fact, the number of people who speak French has tripled in the last 60 years.
French is the official language in 32 countries and is the mother tongue of 80 million people. It is estimated that more than 220 million people around the world speak it. France, Canada, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Andorra, Monaco, Lebanon, Vietnam, Morocco, Tunisia and
Cameroon are some countries where French is used on a daily basis.
In the field of business, French is the third most used language, while on the Internet it is the fourth. In addition, 15% of the world economy and 12% of international trade are represented by the Francophone space. It is the official language of international institutions.
In much of the world it is also the second language studied at school, along with English, the only one that can be learned anywhere in the world, considering that around 5,000 languages are spoken in the world.
Studying French will help you improve and improve your job opportunities, thousands of companies require this language as a requirement to incorporate their employees. For Spanish speakers it is an affordable and familiar language thanks to the common Latin origin. And, for Spaniards in particular, a very useful and easy to practice language.