How many people in Brazil speak English?
do people in Brazil speak English?
nowadays 35% population in brazil speaks English
Most people dont speak english. But it makes no sense Brazil was founded by Portugal, and as such has the national language of Portugese. What percentage speak Spanish is a hard thing to research for English speaking people. But there must be a strong percentage since almost every country that boarders Brazil is Spanish speaking. Note there is one that has the national language of French. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Its our Official and NATIONAL Language, we never…
The official language is Italian, however due to the large number of English speaking tourists many people can also speak English to varying degrees. Yes! People who live in Rome speak Italian unless they learn English in school or are native English speakers like me. Not many people speak English here.
No. The vast majority of people in Bangkok speak Thai. In some of the wealthier neighborhoods you will more people who speak English. I would say more people can speak English today in Bangkok than in the past. The government wants more people to learn English. Many Thais have studied English. If you need help you can usually find someone who can help you.
I am an American Ex-Pat living in Brazil for the past 14 years. There are no towns, neighborhoods or regions that I know of where English speakers have gathered over years. However, there are areas where German is a principal language (mostly in the Southern part of the country). If you go to a large city like Sao Paulo or Rio, you will certainly find more people who speak English because of the cosmopolitan nature…
The following countries in South America speak Spanish: Argentina Bolivia Chile Colombia Ecuador Paraguay Peru Uruguay Venezuela Non-Spanish speaking countries of South America: In Brazil, they speak Portuguese Falkland Islands (Las Islas Malvinas), they speak English (about 10% speak Spanish) French Guiana, they speak French Guyana, they speak English and Creole Suriname, they speak Dutch Trinidad and Tobago, which many people classify as South America because it is right on the coast of Venezuela, they…
They are 15 people 7 of them speak English 8 off the french 3 people speak none how many of these speak both English french?
== There are 7 people, not including the french. The french question doesn't make sense. If it said, "3 of the 8 french people couldn't speak none," that would be clearer. So, there are 7+5== 12 people who can speak english,while the remaining(which is 3) people can't speak english. Simple as that. Simple addition. ===