Canadian French (Français canadien) is the dialect of French that is spoken in Canada and is mostly used to refer to the Quebec dialect. Canadian French is different from Standard French with speakers of both variants having some difficulty understanding one another. Canadian French has more English influence than Standard French and some words don't contain accent marks. There are about 7 million speakers of Canadian French (Quebec dialect) throughout Canada and also in the United States in New England, California, Washington, and Louisiana.

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