portuguese is spoken everywhere in brazil.
there are thousands of languages spoken the northern hemisphere. two of them are:hebrewchinese
language in northern plains
portuguese is the official language of brazil, and is spoken by more than 99% of the population. minority languages include indigenous languages, and languages of more recent european and asian immigrants.
languages spoken in the northern region of canada are mostly english and inuktitut (from the inuit) there are several other languages, but these two are most common.
the official language of brazil is portuguese.
in brazil almost 100% of the population speaks portuguese.
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well if you are speaking of the northern territory of australia, the english
the most common language of northern asia is russian.
the official and national language of brazil is portuguese.the national language of mexico is spanish.
the predominant language in northern belgium is flemish, a dialect of dutch.
northern, northwestern, and central europe.
the major language spoken on the continent of south america is spanish. portuguese is spoken in brazil.
the big city of são paulo is located in brazil, therefore , the language is portuguese.
the unalachtigo people are believed to have spoken northern unami lenape or unalimi lenape
dutch is the primary language of suriname. portuguese is the primary language of brazil. in both cases, the respective languages are those that were spoken by the respective countries' most diligent european explorers and settlers.
languages that are spoken
the most spoken languages in gauteng are:â€¢ zulu 17.8%â€¢ english 14.3%â€¢ afrikaans 13.8%â€¢ sotho 11.6%â€¢ northern sotho 10.6%
no, they speak portuguese, which evolved from latin. the slavic languages (russian, ukrainian, polish, czech, serbo-croatian, etc.) are spoken in central europe, eastern europe, the balkans, and northern asia.
the languages of saipan include:englishchamorrorefaluwasch (also called the carolinian language)tagalog and other immigrant languages are also spoken.
the northern paiute people speak:englishnorthern paiute (also known as numu and paviotso)northern paiute is spoken by more than 1,500. around 500 speak it as a first language.
an arrernte is an aboriginal people of northern territory, australia, or the group of languages spoken by these people.
major 99% portugues 1 % learning from schools ]