Portugeze is the most commonly spoken language in Brazil.
The official language of Brazil is Portuguese.
Portuguese (spoken in Brazil).
The official and national language of Brazil is Portuguese.The national language of Mexico is Spanish.
The language spoken in Brazil is Brazilian Portuguese, or just Portuguese.
There isn't really a percentage, but not English is spoken. A language called Vietnamese is spoken.
I would guess it is mathematics. There is no other percentage language, is there?
In portuguese (language spoken in Brazil) "soccer" is called: Futebol
Only Brazil has Portuguese as its official language.
No. The official language of Brazil is Portuguese.
Portuguese (spoken in Brazil)
Portuguese is a language spoken in Portugal in western Europe. It is also the major language of Brazil.
the Portuguese found Brazil originally. they settled in Brazil and that's why Portuguese is the most widely spoken language in Brazil today.
Yes, Swahili is spoken in Malawi, although it is only spoken by a very small percentage and is definitely not a major language. The major language is Chichewa.
The major language spoken on the continent of South America is Spanish. Portuguese is spoken in Brazil.
Brazil's most spoken language is portugese. In Brazilian portuguese you say tchau which is pronounced like "chow".
The Big city of São Paulo is located in Brazil, therefore , the language is Portuguese.
Portuguese is the official language of Brazil.
Most of the countries of South America Speak Spanish. For the languages of Brazil, click here.
Portuguese is spoken in Brazil because Brazil was once a colony of Portugal.
It's different, but it's not "so different."Dialects form with isolation (physical, cultural, or political). The dialects of Brazil are different from the dialects of Portugal, but they are still the same language.
Language spoken- Portugese Head of government- Fernando Henrique.
Now this days we spoke Portuguese