What country talks Portuguese?
Portugal, Brasil, Cabo Verde, Guiné-Bissau, East-Timor, Angola and Mozambique.
Two countries where Portuguese is the major offcial language are the Latin American country of Brazil, and the southern European country of Portugal. The former has the world's largest Portuguese-speaking population. The latter is the original source for the spread of the Portuguese language throughout the world.
Brazil is a country within South America, and every single one of its cities has Portuguese speakers. For Brazilian Portuguese is the official language of this largest country of Latin America. Portuguese is a compulsory subject for students in the schools of nearby Argentina and Uruguay. And there are Portuguese-speaking populations in those two countries, as well as in others of the countries of Latin America.
Former Portuguese colonies are found among the countries of Africa, America, and Asia. In Africa, the former Portuguese colonies include Angola, Cape Verde Islands, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, and Sao Tome and Principe. In the Americas, the South American country of Brazil is a former Portuguese colony. And in Asia, the Portuguese colonized parts of China, India, and Indonesia. For Daman, Diu, and Goa were organized as Portuguese India. And the Portuguese settled on the part of…