Translation:Do they also speak French in Canada?
I thought "ON" means "we".
Sometimes it means "we". sometimes it means "one". Sometimes it is just a general pronoun. Just like "you" doesn't necessarily mean you in particular but rather one or everyone.
In the sentence above, "do you also speak French in Canada", "you" doesn't necessarily mean the person you're talking to but rather it asks whether French is also spoken in Canada.
I am from Canada! But sadly, Duo would not accept "Do we also speak French in Canada?".
The French say no, but we know they do. The amount of people is not relevant .
Anything wrong with: "Is French also spoken in Canada?"? I also thought that "on parle" would imply "we speak" producing in English something like: "Do we also speak French in Canada?"
"Do they speak French in Canada also?" should have been accepted, it means the exact same thing
Why when "on" can be a few things wouldn't one just use il or elle. I wrote "do we" knowing it was ?? but duolingo has made it such by experience.