Portuguese is spoken as the native, the official and the most widely known language of Portugal. For it's native to the ancient northwestern part of the Iberian Peninsula, whose space is divided between the modern nations of Portugal and Spain. It's the official language, according to the national government. And it's the most widely known, because it's the mother tongue of most Portuguese. From the Iberian Peninsula, its use spread to Africa, Asia, and the Americas by way of the 15th and 16th century Portuguese navigators. In fact, its use became official in the African, Asian and South American colonies, and remained so even with independence in Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde Islands, East Timor, Guinea-Bissau, Macau, Mozambique, and Sao Tome and Principe. And Portuguese is used today in countries that weren't part of the Portuguese colonial empire. For example, there are Portuguese speaking communities in the African countries of Equatorial Guinea, Mauritius, Morocco, Namibia, Senegal, and South Africa. And there are Portuguese speaking communities in the American nations of Aruba, Bermuda, Bonaire, and Curacao in the Caribbean; Canada and the United States of America in the North; and Argentina, Bolivia, French Guiana, Paraguay, Suriname, The Co-operative Republic of Guyana, Uruguay, and Venezuela in the South. And Portuguese also is spoken on the continents of Europe, Australia, and Antarctica. For there's a Brazilian scientific presence on the south polar continent.
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Portuguese is the official language of Brazil.
There is no such country. Brazil speaks Portuguese as its official language (but many other languages are also spoken there). So no country ONLY speaks portuguese.
There is portuguese spoken
Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Equatorial Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Portugal, São Tomé e Príncipe and Timor-Leste are countries where Portuguese is spoken. Portuguese also is spoken in the Chinese autonomous territory of Macau and in the Indian state of Goa. There also is a spoken form of Portuguese that mixes Portuguese and Spanish in Spain and in Uruguay.
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Portuguese is spoken in the South American countries of Argentina and Uruguay. For there's a lot of traffic back and forth over both countries' borders with Brazil. And in both countries, Portuguese is a required subject for schoolchildren. Portuguese also is spoken in the South American country of The Co-operative Republic of Guyana. For it's one of the nine recognized regional languages of importance. But the country's official language remains English. And, to far lesser degrees, Portuguese also is spoken in the South American countries of Bolivia, French Guiana, Paraguay, Suriname, and Venezuela. But the largest South American country in which Portuguese is spoken is the former Portuguese colony of Brazil.
Portuguese is the main spoken language in the southwestern country of Portugal. It also is the main spoken language in the South American country of Brazil. And it is the main spoken language in the African countries of Angola, Cape Verde Islands, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, and Sao Tome and Principe. And it also is the main spoken language in the Asian countries of East Timor and Macau.
Portuguese is among the most spoken languages in Mozambique.
Portuguese is spoken in Brazil because Brazil was once a colony of Portugal.
Portuguese is spoken in the South American country, and former Portuguese colony, of Brazil. In fact, Portuguese is the country's official language, and the language spoken by almost all Brazilians.Portuguese also is spoken in the countries that border Brazil. But the number of speakers and the frequency of use are far less. For example, Portuguese is one of the nine recognized regional languages in The Co-operative Republic of Guyana. But the official language of Guyana is English.And Portuguese is required study for schoolchildren in Argentina and Uruguay. But the official language of both countries is Spanish. And, to an even lesser degree, Portuguese is known, spoken or understood in the neighboring countries of Bolivia, French Guiana, Paraguay, Suriname, and Venezuela.
The largest South American country is Brazil and they speak Portuguese.
no we do not speak Portuguese.
The citizens of the South American country of Brazilspeak Portuguese. For Brazil is a former Portuguese colony. And Portuguese, as the language of the colonizers, remains the official language, and the main spoken language for the vast majority of Brazilians.. But Brazil isn't the only country where Portuguese is spoken in South America. For Portuguese is included among the nine recognized regional languages of importance in the neighboring Co-operative Republic of Guyana. But the Republic's official language remains English. And Portuguese also is spoken in Argentina and Uruguay, where it's a required subject for schoolchildren; and in Bolivia, Guiana, Paraguay, Suriname, and Venezuela. But in not one of these countries is Portuguese an official language. Nor is its status any where near to being a main spoken language.
Yes, Portuguese is spoken along the Spanish-Portugal border.
There is no such country as "Algarvia". Algeria is a country that speaks Arabic. Algarve is a city in Portugal, where Portuguese is spoken (not Arabic).
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If you meant were the country is: Portugal is a country in Europe. It shares borders with the Atlantic Ocean and with Spain, and forms the Iberian Peninsula. Portuguese is the only official language and they have a population of roughly 10 million people. If you meant were the language is spoken: Portuguese is spoken in Portugal, Brazil, Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde and East Timor.
Portuguese is spoken on all seven continents. It's spoken on Antarctica, as part of the Brazilian scientific presence. It's spoken in Africa, Asia, and South America, as locations of former colonies. It's spoken in Australia, and North America, as the locations of permanent and temporary Portuguese speaking communities. And it's spoken in Europe, because of its native origins in the southwestern European country of Portugal.
Brazil is the unique south american country whose official and most spoken language is the Portuguese Language. Many other countries have portuguese as a secondary language, but when a question is asked that way, the only valid answer is the primary spoken language.
No, Brazil is the largest country in South America and the only one where Portuguese, rather than Spanish, is spoken.