Brazilian Portuguese is a collective name for the varieties of
Portuguese written and spoken by virtually all the 180 million
inhabitants of Brazil and by a couple million Brazilian immigrants
and temporary workers in other countries, mainly in Canada, United
States, Portugal, Paraguay and Japan.
The key difference between Portuguese spoken in Portugal (European
Portuguese) and Brazilian Portuguese are as per below.
*second person verbal forms are seldom used
*pronunciation is different
*The word order is more flexible in Brazilian Portuguese
*some differences in the spelling
Brazilian dialects are mainly divided into a northern and southern
groups. Due to the economic and cultural dominance of So Paulo and
Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, their dialects end up having some
influence on the rest of the country.
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