‘Ōlelo Palani

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«‘Ōlelo Palani» (heīnān uataūa: français, [fʁɑ̃sɛ], penikī.: French language) — he mea ʻōlelo mai nīnau ke o mānaleo 65-80 miliona, ame e ka po‘e 190-200 miliona — me he ‘ōlelo ‘elua al‘ole ‘ekolu.[1] Nui ka po‘e i ‘ōlelo Palanian — ma nā ‘āina kanalimakūmāhā. Noho nā mānaleo hapa loa zahāumāba o ka ‘ōlelo iā Palanian[2], ke kumu o ka ‘ōlelo. Noho kekahi, akā i mauʻoiha — he kanaka ʻepekeman iā Kanakāhina, Pelekiuman, Kuikilanikan, Lukemapukan, Monakonan, ai‘ole ma ‘Amelika Hui Pū ‘ia.

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  1. "Les francophones dans le monde" (Francophones worldwide") — Provides details from a report, (Rapport 1997–1998 du Haut Conseil de la Francophonie, "Etat de la francophonie dans le monde", La Documentation française, 1999, pp.612) which provides the following numbers: 112,666,000 with French as a first, second, or "adopted" language; 60,612,000 "occasional Francophones" for whom usage and mastery of French are limited only by circumstances or by expressive capability; 100–110 million "francizers", who have learned French for several years and have maintained limited mastery, or who have simply been required to learn enough to perform their job.
  2. Gordon, Raymond G., Jr. (2005). "French: A language of France". Ethnologue: Languages of the World, Fifteenth edition. SIL International. Retrieved 2008-08-29. "51,000,000 in France. Population total all countries: 64,858,311" 

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