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The Portuguese language is a Romance language, means it evolved from Latin. The Romans initially brought Latin to the Iberian Peninsula in 216 BC. It was used as the primary Portugal language for hundreds of years but began to diverge from other Romance languages in the 9th century when the Roman Empire fell. This marked the beginning of the Old Portuguese era.
The Old Portuguese era ended in 1516 with the publication of the Cancioneiro Geral. This book is a collection of poems from the 15th and 16th centuries written in the Portuguese language. Along with other literature, it helped spread the language and define spelling and syntax. This version of the language is remarkably similar to the current language in Brazil and Portugal.
Nevertheless, some changes have occurred to Modern Portuguese since the 16th century. For example, a considerable number of loanwords from Greek and Latin were added during the Renaissance. Although the Portuguese language had replaced Latin as the Portugal language, most people understood both. This made it easy for Latin words to find their way back into the language.
English is originated as the west germanic language which has its original speakers in early medieval England. English has the highest number of speakers across the globe. English is the third-highest number of native speaker after standard Chinese and Spanish. From the Perspective of Non-Native speakers, it has the highest number of speakers across the world. The reason for its such a wide level mass reach is colonisation during colonisation English reach every continent. Because English was Britain's native language and Britain had the highest number of countries colonised under it so that in due time it became the language of international reputation.
Another reason for the English language's popularity which is more of a modern phenomenon almost back to 1760 when the industrial revolution occurred in Great Britain which made great strides in production on a large scale and other academic fields such as science which saw the great light of dawn. The chief reason for the English language's popularity lies in the industrial revolution and subsequent development such as colonisation and cutting edge advances in trades. But in modern times such as ours, English has certain advances for learners chief one of them having colossal literature available in all streams of learning such as natural science, social science, liberal arts, fiction and lot more. This is the reason why people who are non-natives to English are making such a stupendous effort in learning the English language albeit being one of the tricky languages to learn.
Não falo bem português
I don’t speak Portuguese well
Você fala ingles?
Do you speak English?
How are you?
Por favor, fale devagar.
Please speak slowly
Estou bem, e você?
I’m fine and you?
Por favor, repita
Please say it again
Qual o seu nome?
What is your name?
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