Why is French spoken in Martinique?

  • Why is French spoken in Martinique?

  • La Martinique is a French oversea possession. People living there are French citizens. The same goes for La Guadeloupe and French Guiana in the same area.
    because they are a reigon of France
    Martinique is an overseas department of France (similar to a US territory such as Puerto Rico ).
    Martinique is a part of France so French is the official language. They also speak other languages too, including the Martinique creole (akin to the Haitian creole, but closer to French).

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