what are the percentages of the different languages spoken in italy
Portuguese is spoken everywhere in Brazil.
3% of the country language
The official language of Brazil is Portuguese.
English 74.1%, Spanish 19.5%, Navajo 1.9%
In Brazil almost 100% of the population speaks Portuguese.
For the languages of Brazil, click here.For the languages of Guyana, click here.For the languages of Surinam, click here.For the languages of French Guiana, click here.
English, French and (Hindi & Urdu & Bengali: combined)
French (95%)German (Italian (
The official and national language of Brazil is Portuguese.The national language of Mexico is Spanish.
Luxembourgish (national language), German (administrative language), French (administrative language)
The major language spoken on the continent of South America is Spanish. Portuguese is spoken in Brazil.
The Big city of São Paulo is located in Brazil, therefore , the language is Portuguese.
The languages are:BosniaSerbianCroatianThe problem with calculating percentages is that these three languages are actually all the same language. The different names are given for political reasons.So in fact, more than 99% of people Bosnia and Herzegovina speak this language.
Dutch is the primary language of Suriname. Portuguese is the primary language of Brazil. In both cases, the respective languages are those that were spoken by the respective countries' most diligent European explorers and settlers.
Languages that are spoken
The most widely spoken language in South Tyrol, Italy, is German.Here are a list of languages with their approximate percentages (as of 2011):German 61%Italian 23%Ladin 4%All others combined 11%
Major 99% Portugues 1 % Learning from Schools ]
38 languages spoken.
English is the most widely spoken language in Nebraska, spoken by more than 90% of the population.Other languages include (with approximate percentages):Spanish 7%Vietnamese 0.4%German 0.3%French 0.3%Chinese 0.3%Arabic 0.2%American Sign Language
Portuguese is spoken in Portugal and also in Brazil. Also in the islands of Portugal you will find them talking Portuguese like people in the Azores.
Most of the countries of South America Speak Spanish. For the languages of Brazil, click here.
There are about 108 languages spoken in the us