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Brazil's official language is Portuguese, which is the legacy of the Portuguese colonization, what happened from 1500 to 1822, with the independence of Brazil from Portugal. But there are several different accents and Portuguese at the world. Listen to ten people from different parts read the same sentence over Dom Sebastião I. perfect for someone trying to learn to speak Portuguese with 250 million people worldwide who use Portuguese as their main language. There are nine countries whose official language is Portuguese: Portugal, Brazil, Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Sao Tome and Principe and East Timor. 195 million in Brazil alone 10.5 million in Portugal 3 million diaspora of Portuguese emigrants out of nations There are more than 40 Portuguese dialects. Native speakers can tell where someone is just by the way they talk. There are distinct differences between accents, even within regions. The following exercise will help train your ear to recognize the difference between 10 speakers from different areas of four regions of the Portuguese language. Angolano: Luanda Azores: Village North Portuguese: Porto, Litoral Central Portuguese: Coimbria Portuguese: Oeiras, Lisboa Carioca: Rio de Janeiro Central Federal: Brasilia Paulista: Guaruja, São Paulo Southern Brazil: Curitiba, Paraná South of Brazil: Rio Grande do Sul *Apart from these, there are still many other Portuguese accents by Brazil, Portugal and in the world. The Portuguese speaking countries are known as Lusophone. Will be celebrated on 05 May, the Lusophone Culture Day (Dia da Cultura Lusófona, in Portuguese). *ENGLISH ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A língua oficial do Brasil é o português, que é herança da colonização portuguesa, que foi de 1500 a 1822, com a independência do Brasil de Portugal. Mas existem vários e diferentes sotaques portugueses pelo do mundo. Ouça a dez pessoas de diferentes partes do mundo ler a mesma frase sobre Dom Sebastião I. Há nove países cuja língua oficial é o Português: Portugal, Brasil, Angola, Cabo Verde, Guiné-Bissau, Moçambique, São Tomé e Príncipe e Timor-Leste 195 milhões só no Brasil 10,5 milhões em Portugal 3 milhões de falantes afora Há mais de 40 dialetos portugueses. Os falantes nativos podem dizer de onde alguém é, só pelo modo como eles falam. Existem diferenças distintas entre acentos, mesmo dentro das regiões. Angolano:, Luanda Açoriano: Povoação Norte Português: Porto, Litoral Central Português: Coimbria Português: Oeiras, Lisboa Carioca: Rio de Janeiro Central Federal: Brasília Paulista: Guarujá, São Paulo Sul do Brasil: Curitiba, Paraná Sul do Brasil: Rio Grande do Sul *Fora estes, ainda existem muitos outros sotaques portugueses pelo Brasil, Portugal e pelo mundo. Os países que falam Português são conhecidos como Lusófonos. Comemora-se no dia 05 de maio, o Dia da Cultura Lusófona. *PORTUGUÊS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- El idioma oficial de Brasil es el portugués, que es la herencia de la colonización portuguesa, que fue desde 1500 hasta 1822, con la independencia de Brasil de Portugal. Pero hay varios acentos y portugués en el mundo diferentes. Escuche a diez personas de diferentes partes leen la misma oración sobre Dom Sebastião I. perfecto para alguien tratando de aprender a hablar portugués con 250 millones de personas en todo el mundo que utilizan el portugués como idioma principal. Hay nueve países cuyo idioma oficial es el portugués: Portugal, Brasil, Angola, Cabo Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Santo Tomé y Príncipe y Timor-Leste 195 millones sólo en Brasil 10,5 millones en Portugal 3000000 diáspora de emigrantes portugueses fuera de las naciones Hay más de 40 dialectos portugueses. Los hablantes nativos pueden decir que alguien es sólo por la forma de hablar. Hay claras diferencias entre los acentos, incluso dentro de las regiones. El siguiente ejercicio te ayudará a entrenar a su oído para reconocer la diferencia entre 10 ponentes de diferentes áreas de las cuatro regiones de la lengua portuguesa. Angolán: Luanda Azores: Aldea Norte de Portugal: Puerto, Costero Portugués Central: Coimbria Portugués: Oeiras, Lisboa Carioca: Río de Janeiro Federal Central: Brasilia Paulista: Guaruja, Sao Paulo Sur de Brasil: Curitiba, Paraná Sur de Brasil:, Rio Grande do Sul *Aparte de estos, hay todavía muchos otros acentos portugueses de Brasil, Portugal y en el mundo. Los países de habla portuguesa se conocen como de habla portuguesa. Se celebra el 05 de mayo, el Día de la Cultura Lusófona (Dia da Cultura Lusófona, en português). *ESPAÑOL Copyright © All rights reserved: Ben Brand - Todos os direitos reservados / Todos los derechos reservados.