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French influence is still very strong in A. India. B. Quebec. C. Cape Town. D. British Columbia.
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User: French influence is still very strong in A. India. B. Quebec. C. Cape Town. D. British Columbia.

Weegy: B. Quebec
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User: Which of the following was NOT an event leading up to the American Revolution? A. Boston Massacre B. French and Indian War C. British taxation policies D. War of Spanish Succession

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