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The people of Brazil speak Portuguese (official), Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese, English, and Amerindian languages.
Brazil Travel Information and Travel Guide
A land of magnificent beaches, vast rain forests and music-fueled cities, Brazil bears an astounding variety of natural and cultural wonders. This is the world's largest country in the tropics, ... More »

Languages of Brazil - Wikipedia

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Portuguese is the official language of Brazil, and is widely spoken by most of population. Brazilian Sign Language is also a official language, minority languages ...

What languages are spoken in Brazil? | Reference.com

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The most common language spoken in Brazil is the official tongue, Portuguese. However, a diverse indigenous community and extensive immigration makes the  ...

Why do Brazilians speak Portuguese | Portuguese Language Blog

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Aug 15, 2007 ... Portuguese is spoken in Brazil as a result of the Pope's actions. ... Katy: Basically Portugal forbade the use of native languages around here in ...

Why is Spanish spoken in Brazil so different and unintelligible ...

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Because it is Portuguese. But if you are talking about Brazilians who have learnt Spanish as a ... How different is the Spanish language spoken in Latin America? What are some notable differences between Brazil and its Spanish speaking ...

Brazil | Ethnologue

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Information about the language situation in Brazil. ... Dutch, Japanese (380,000), Korean (37,000), North Levantine Spoken Arabic, Spanish (460,000), Turoyo, ...

How to Speak Brazilian Portuguese (with Pictures) - wikiHow

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How to Speak Brazilian Portuguese. The official language spoken by Brazilians is Portuguese -- Brazil was a colony of Portugal after the 1494 Treaty of ...

Brazil Guide: Introduction, Portuguese and other languages in ...

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The only official language in Brazil is Portuguese. However, it differs slightly from Portuguese spoken in Portugal. So if you intend coming to Brazil and staying ...

Brazil - Language - Country Studies

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Language is one of the strongest elements of Brazil's national unity. Portuguese is spoken by nearly 100 percent of the population. The only exceptions are ...