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The Portuguese language is spoken by more than 220 million people and its one of the best Romance language globally. The Portuguese language is spoken mostly in Brazil and Portugal, but it's also a common language in Guinea-Bissau, Cape Verde, Macau, East Timor, Equatorial Guinea and Mozambique. There are other small groups of Portuguese speakers found in Malacca Malaysia, Goa, Diu in India and Daman.
The Portuguese Language History
The Portuguese language is a Latin descendant, and it was brought to Iberian Peninsula in 218BC by Roman soldiers, merchants, and settlers. In the 9th century AD, the first sigh of Portuguese word was recorded in a romance letter. And in 1920 king Denis decreed a change of Portuguese language that was known as the "Vulgar Language" to Portuguese language and pronounced it as an official language. Other languages that have influenced the Portuguese language include French, and this is due to the extensive infiltration of the French customs and manners in Portugal during the eleventh centuries. During that period the Frenchmen traveled to Portugal as scholars, state men, and courtiers.
The Reformed Language
The reformed Portuguese language was adopted in 1916, and the words spelled according to their pronunciation. And in Brazil, a slightly modified form was approved in 1943 and later revised to a more natural version in 1970 and 2009 a new orthography to unite the written Portuguese was adopted.
The Portuguese vowels have a French pronunciation making it easy for those who know Spanish, French and Italian learn the language faster, and the alphabets do not have the K, W, and Y.
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