Local name: français
Most spoken in: France, Quebec, Belgium, language of government and higher education in many African countries
👪🔊: 80 million speak French as a mother tongue, and another 200 million or so speak it as a second or school language.
Kamusi records: Unfortunately, previous attempts to build a French 🔠🕸 WordNet have not produced results of a high enough quality for Kamusi. We therefore do not have aligned 🔢 data for bootstrapping. We do have unaligned data that we are gradually processing through 🐥📊 DUCKS, including 1700 items from CAWL, about 2000 from Emoji, about 7000 aligned through Songhay, and about 13000 aligned through Berber.
ISO 639(1)/(3): fr/fra
Links: Omniglot | Wikipedia | Glottolog | Ethnologue ($)
Sources: N/A 💛😇 GOLD Angel: Nobody. Pearls: Be the first Pearl for this language! Join the French Language Task Force to help plan development of robust resources for the language!
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These are the languages for which we have datasets that we are actively working toward putting online. Languages that are Active for you to search are marked with "A" in the list below.
•A = Active language, aligned and searchable
•c = Data 🔢 elicited through the Comparative African Word List
•d = Data from independent sources that Kamusi participants align playing 🐥📊 DUCKS
•e = Data from the 🎮 games you can play on 😂🌎🤖 EmojiWorldBot
•P = Pending language, data in queue for alignment
•w = Data from 🔠🕸 WordNet teams
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