What percentage of the population of Brazil speak Spanish fluently?
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%.
1. Spanish 2. Portuguese 3. English 4. French 5. Dutch You may see Spanish and Portuguese switch positions from different sources because the two are fairly close as it is basically Brazil (Portuguese) versus the rest of the continent (mainly Spanish). However, Brazil accounts for about 48% of the population, which means Spanish is spoken by about 52% of the continent's population, beating Portuguese for position number one.
no Brazil does not have a bigger population than usa the population of Brazil according to the 2009 cencus it is 192,272,890 and the 2010 cencus of usa is 310,585,000 but that is the 2010 census of the usa so the Brazil population hasent beeen updated but more than likely the population of usa is bigger than Brazil