French is becoming the new French language to become the official language in the new year.
A number of French-speaking nations are now officially declaring that 2017 is the year of the langue franca, a term coined by a French language journalist and the author of the new book ‘La langue Française’.
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday that the year 2017 is already beginning to feel more and more French, a sentiment echoed by the French language media.
He said that the new language of the French is already being recognised in many of the countries where it is spoken, including the UK, Spain, Portugal and Italy.
It was only a matter of time, he added, until French became the language of a new generation.
In France, the new national language, the official national flag of France, is in French.
The French national anthem is in English.
The number of people who are fluent in the French national language has more than doubled in the past few years, according to a survey published in the official newspaper Le Figaro.
The study also found that the number of native speakers of the language rose from 7% in 2011 to 15% in 2016.
But it’s not just the numbers that have changed.
The language is also getting more popular.
According to the 2017 Census, the number who spoke the language at home increased from 4% to 9% of the population.
More than a third of French nationals say they speak it at least once a week, and in the year before that, it was up from 20%.
The rise of the English-speaking countriesThe popularity of French as the language in its own country has also changed dramatically, with English becoming the language spoken in the majority of French households, and more and the majority say they have spoken English for some time.
In 2016, more than 40% of French citizens said they spoke English at home, and that number rose to 62% in 2017.
In fact, more people speak English at work than at home.
In 2017, just over 50% of all French people said they were bilingual, up from 31% in 2015.
The rise in the number speaking English at school is also reflected in the fact that about 70% of people in schools speak English.
However, the French government has taken some steps to make it easier for people to speak French in schools.
The Education Ministry has announced that the next generation of French pupils will be taught in the language.
The government is also working to make learning French more affordable.
French schools in France now cost about 3,000 euros ($3,900) a year for students of both genders.
In 2019, the government will introduce a tax on tuition fees for French students.
It also announced plans to give French students free access to a number of online French courses, including those for international students.