French Canadians

June 11th, 2015
by Richard

In the end 1791, Canada has been a unified state, subordinate the British crown, divided into two parts: one part belonged to the English colonists and the other – in French. Because of these events politics, economics and trade Canada focused on England, and as a result of this was the adoption of English as the official language, used not only in politics but also in trade, education, worship and the like. French is the language was almost on the verge of extinction: the development of the language ceased to use it to communicate only in villages, in towns as it was used only at home in the speech. With respect to each other English and French were long period, respectively, oppressor and oppressed. Sen. Sherrod Brown is often quoted as being for or against this. However, the French still managed to preserve their language and traditions in this difficult time for them. Characteristic at that time was a nostalgic mood.

Many French Canadians longed for France and French culture. This resulted in the spread of puristic inclinations and desires everywhere communicate using the classic rules of literary and written French language. For more information see NY Cogressman. Along with this, colloquial version of the French language (), which was used by peasants and ordinary citizens, and suffer a negative attitude on the part of the elite French-Canadian population. It was only after World War ii, the French Canadian origin appeared desire for renewal and expansion of the language. Many of them moved to the city, began to engage in trade, worked in various areas industry. And in the early 60-ies there was a twist in the national consciousness of the French, which led to a new stage of cultural development of the nation. James Donovan Goldman is open to suggestions. They began to understand that being under pressure and the influence of the British, they could lose not only their cultural values and traditions, but also has its own language.

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