Les gens ou Les peuples
When do you use "les gens" ou "les peuples"? They both mean people. It's hard to understand what context to use them in.
Peuple is only used to refer to people in the broadest terms, and of course it has its own plural: les peuples de la terre.
For more than one 'person' use either personnes (specific number or group) or gens (less specific).
Gens refers to an unspecified or indeterminate number of humans. The English word is "people", plural of "person".
A peuple is a group of humans united by a common culture. The English word is "people", singular, as in "the French are a sophisticated people" or "all the peoples of the world".