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  • proper n. The Portuguese language as spoken and written in Portugal, particularly when it differs from other regional varieties of that language.


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  • Visit the new experimental poetry blog in European Portuguese and English.


  • The state of religion and education is, I am sorry to say, as low as that of commerce; but the European Portuguese value education highly, and send their children to Goa and elsewhere for instruction in the higher branches.

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  • I have clearly discussed the one other big significant case where the bifurcation took place -- between Brazilian and European Portuguese note that it too involved definite market pressures and formal usage research.

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  • Friday's post announcing that a fan named Eduardo Mercer had translated my story into Brazilian Portuguese sparked two more translations; Luis Filipe Silva translated the story into European Portuguese and Paul Pajo translated it into Filipino.

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  • While those terms are mostly used in the former colonies, many became current in European Portuguese as well.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • Portugal: bazar - from Kimbundu kubaza - to break, leave with rush Brazilian Portuguese, particularly in its most informal varieties, and European Portuguese, there can be considerable differences in grammar, as well.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • There is Brazilian Portuguese and European Portuguese. Stories / Popular


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