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Allophone (Canadian usage)

In Canada, and especially in Quebec, an allophone is someone whose first language is neither English nor French. The terms anglophone and francophone are used in Canada to designate people whose first languages are English and French, respectively.

For the use of this term in linguistics, see allophone.



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