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Portugues

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Centli Galvez

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Transcript of Portugues

Portuguese
History
The Portuguese develops to the west of the Iberian Peninsula on the 3rd century B.C. It was started using in Galicia and the north part of Portugal reaching great prestige from the 12th century, especially in poetry, giving place to the Galician - Portuguese poems exceeding the limits of Galicia and Portugal obtaining great prestige in other kingdoms that also composed his poetry. From the 15th century, it started being a language with enough literature.
Locations
Brasil
Portugal
Mozambique
Macau
Cape Verde
Malaysia
Famous People
Victor Bastos
António Egas Moniz
Edson Arantes ''Pelé''
José Saramago
''Ronaldiño'' Assis
Luiz Inácio
Angola
East Timor
Guinea - Bissau
São Tomé and Príncipe
India
Curious Elements
There are different ways of saying you: tu, for people you can be on first-name terms with, and você, in other cases, although the latter is more widely used in Brazil. In both cases the plural is
vocês

The polite way to address older people and adults you don’t know is senhor (male) or senhora (female)

Men greet other men with a handshake. In informal situations, women meeting men or other women will kiss them on the cheek, although it’s more of a quick touch of the cheeks
Portuguese
Portuguese is a Romance language and the sole official language of Portugal. Portuguese is a part of the Ibero-Romance group that evolved from several dialects of colloquial Latin in the medieval Kingdom of Galicia. With approximately 210 to 215 million native speakers and 240 million total speakers, Portuguese is usually listed as the seventh most spoken language in the world.
Characteristics & Elements
General Fields
This language is rich in Literature. Home of the U.S. Army and Navy. Part of the medical needs are in Portuguese.
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