Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by The Mrs, Mar 21, 2008.
Brazil is a big place.
What? I'm just saying... it takes up most of the Continent.
Just one of those 'well duh' comments.
Tell that to Kami and GoT.
Kami is right, most of Central and South America speak spanish.
Just because Brazil is the largest country, and because Portuguese is the official language, doesn't mean it's the leading culture or language throughout Latin America. Based on census records, I'd say Brazil accounts for maybe 38-45% (and that might be a bit generous) of the entire population of the region. The rest of the significant populations speak Castillion Spanish or some other variance on Spanish...
You can find articles on it all over. It's a common topic among psychologists.
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