|Spoken languages||Spanish, English|
Where is Portuguese spoken?
As a result, Portuguese is now the official language of several independent countries and regions: Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, East Timor, Guinea Bissau, Macau, Mozambique, Portugal, & São Tomé and Príncipe.
What are the official languages of the Caribbean?
There are six official languages spoken in the Caribbean: Spanish, English, French, Dutch, and two native creoles (Haitian Creole and Papiamento). The official language of each Caribbean destination is mainly connected with the European nation that had colonial power first or longest.
Is Brazil the only country that speaks Portuguese?
Rest of South America
Although Brazil is the only Portuguese-speaking nation in South America, it has the largest population, area and economy on the continent. Thus, the South American trade bloc Mercosul uses Portuguese alongside Spanish as its working languages.
Why is Brazil main language Portuguese?
It is the world’s fifth-largest country, both in geography and in population. The reason Brazilians speak Portuguese is because Brazil was colonized by Portugal, but the history is a bit more complex.
Do people in Portugal speak English?
Approximately 32% of Portuguese people can speak and understand English, while 24% can speak and understand French. Despite Spanish being mutually intelligible in a sense that most Portuguese understand it written and/or spoken, only 9% of the Portuguese population can speak it fluently.