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Do people really mostly speak French in Quebec?

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We have an unexpected long weekend coming up this weekend, and I would like to take the kids (13 yrs) old somewhere - they are taking French in school so I would like to go somewhere where they speak french. France is out, not for a 4 day weekend, but I was thinking Quebec City. I am pretty fluent, and I would like to immerse them some.

If not Quebec City, where would you recommend? Small, interesting towns where French is the main language?

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