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 speak English here, Only Portuguese, we learn English and Spanish at school though, some people might do French...
Not many speak English here, we speak Portuguese of course, not Spanish, its an insult if you speak spanish here.
But the spanish speaking Population is 6.5%.
English is like 3%.
The percentage of brazil speaking spanish is 69%. Anyone would know that Except u.
No. Her mother is from Brazil, which was settled by people of Portugeuse ancestry. Camilla Belle speaks both Portugeuse and Spanish fluently.
In Brazil, 0.016% of the population, around 27,239 people, are Muslims.
The total population of Brazil is estimated at 196,342,592, according to 2008 figures. It also is estimated that no more than 1 million Brazilians speak Spanish. Therefore, the percentage of Brazilians that speaks Spanish is just one-half of 1%.
The official and national language of Brazil is Portuguese.The national language of Mexico is Spanish.
More than 98 percent.
87% of Brazilians live in urban areas.
About 30 percent of Brazil population is bisexual. In Brazil 7.5 percent of men are gay and 2.6 percent of the men are bisexual.
As of 2009 there were about 1,040,000 members of the LDS church in Brazil, and a total population of about 190,000,000 -- so that's 0.54%
'Brazil' in Spanish is 'Brasil.'
No, none of these countries are Spanish-speaking countries, but Belize has a large spanish-speaking population.
The percentage of rainforest in Brazil is 47 %
Brazil has the largest population in Brazil.
The population in Brazil is 193,733,795
Brazil has been a colony of Portugal since 1500. The Spanish never took it.
Portuguese is the only official language of Brazil. It is the most widely used language and is almost exclusively used in the entire country.
Brazil and Suriname Brazil is not spanish and it does not speak spanish
the population of Brazil is over 200 million
About 15 percent of the world's population is Roman Catholic. The country with the most Catholics is Brazil, followed by Mexico, and then the United States.
It's easy. They dance to famous music that engages people to dance with them. They are the only country in Brazil that is known for speaking fluently in Portugese
The total population of India is 1,263,060,000. The total population of Brazil is 203,500,000.
No, the language of Brazil is Portuguese. Brazilians learn Spanish as a second (or third) language. Brazil had a tiny spanish influence. In Brazil, there was a huge influence of Italians, japaneses, Germans and portugueses.
Brazil, by far. Brazil has an estimated population of over 93 million, whereas Argentina has an estimated population of 41.6 million.
BrasilIn Spanish, it is written Brasil and prunounced brah-SIL
The total population of Brazil is about 210 million inhabitants (2016)