Which country speaks portuguese not spanish?
Brazil, Mozambique, Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, and SÃ£o TomÃ© and PrÃncipe.
Brazil speaks Portuguese because it was colonized by Portugal. Under the division agreed in the Treaty of Tordesillas, Spain colonized most of the rest of Central and South America. because the pourtugeese conquored brazil Because we were colonized by the Portuguese who, guess what, speak Portuguese. Most of Latin America speaks Spanish because it was colonised by Spain back in the 1600s. Brazil was colonised by the Portuguese, so thats then official language they speak…
There are actually several non-Spanish Speaking nations in South America. The most obvious is Portuguese speaking Brazil, then there is Suriname which was a former Dutch colony, then French Guyana which speaks French or Creol, then finally Guyana, which was a British pocession and speaks English. In Central America only Belize (speaking English) is a non-Spanish Speaking nation
Argentina is a large country, is reported that the languages spoken there are Spanish, English, Portuguese, Italian, German and French, plus a small percentage that speaks Quechua. However, it's reported that, according to the 2010 census, 40,5 million of Argentinian people are Spanish speakers, which is practically 99 per cent of the entire population of the country.