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Portuguese – Big on Social Media
A recent report has revealed that Portuguese is now the third most commonly used language on Facebook. Not only is Portuguese the third-most used language on the social media website, it also growing rapidly. Portuguese has overtaken English as the fastest-growing language used on Facebook. Facebook is now a truly globally interconnected and multi-cultural social network, and the spread of different major languages on the site reflects that – although other developments [...]
Portuguese – One of the fastest growing languages in the world
May 5th is the International Day of the Portuguese Language and Culture. This day was established by the 14th CPLP Council of Ministers during their meeting, which was held in Cape Verde in June 2009. May 5th was specifically set aside to help in the celebration of the common linguistic and cultural ties that bind the 8 countries which belong to the Community of Portuguese Language Countries (CPLP). CPLP was formed in 1996 and it represents a community of countries where [...]
Portuguese is a Romance language derived from the Latin spoken in the Iberian Peninsula. It spread worldwide in the 15th and 16th centuries as Portugal established a colonial and commercial empire which spanned from Brazil to Goa and other parts of India and Macau in China. During that time, many creole languages based on Portuguese also appeared around the world, especially in Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean. Today it is one of the world's major languages, ranked 6th according to number of native speakers (between 177 and 191 million). It is the language of Brazil, and also a major lingua franca in Portugal's former colonial possessions in Africa. It is an official language in nine countries and an official language of several international organizations.
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Portuguese > English: 9,864 words
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Last update: March 21, 2014
First upload: 1997
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