What do you call someone that speaks Portuguese?

A Lusophone (Portuguese: Lusófono/a) is someone who speaks the Portuguese language, either natively or as an additional language.

What ethnicity is Portuguese considered?

Presently, the US Census Bureau excludes both the Portuguese and Brazilians under its Hispanic ethnic category (Garcia).

What do you call Portuguese from Portugal?

European Portuguese (Portuguese: português europeu, pronounced [puɾtuˈɣez ewɾuˈpew]) also known as Portuguese of Portugal (Portuguese: português de Portugal), Iberian Portuguese (Portuguese: português ibérico), Peninsular Portuguese (Portuguese: português peninsular) refers to the dialects of the Portuguese language …

Are Spanish and Portuguese mutually intelligible?

Spoken Spanish and Portuguese are less mutually intelligible than their written forms. In other words, on paper, the two languages look very similar and speakers of either language can generally read the other language without too much struggle.

Is Portuguese hard to learn?

It is definitely a challenge. We often hear people saying Portuguese is the hardest language to learn. … For example, the languages that said person already speaks. Someone who speaks Spanish, Italian, or French ends up learning Portuguese much quicker, without major difficulties.

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