Which area in South America was controlled by the Portuguese government?
Brazil was for a very long time a Portuguese colony, and for a
time the Portuguese also ruled Uruguay.
Latin America actually includes the Caribbean; and Central, North and South America. North America is included, because that's where Mexico is. Brazil is the only Portuguese-speaking country in South America. There are islands in the Caribbean where Portuguese is spoken, such as Curacao and Dominica.
i don't give any lien rippes about south America becaus i live in the north America. -Don't listen to that idiot. There were two countries that controled south america. Spain and Portugal. South america was split down the middle by the pope (cant remember which one) and the land was divided up for Spain and Portugal to stop the fighting. That is why brazil speaks portuguese and the rest speaks spanish.
After World War II Korea was still a whole country controlled by France. Eventually through persuasion from France, America intervened and split the country into two halves: North and South Korea. The North Korea was controlled by a communist leader Kim Il Sung, while South Korea was controlled by America as a democracy. America told the Kim Il Sung there would be elections to be held to allow the people of Korea decide whether they…
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.