Europe is the part of the world where Portuguese faces the most difficulty

Saturday, June 11, 2011

No surprise here:

Europe is the region where Portuguese, similar to French and Spanish, faces the most difficulty. This in spite of its importance "as a large international language" and with a growing economic relevance, said the president of the Instituto Camões.

A related article is this one:

when new numbers for approximate French speakers worldwide came out, showing growth from 200 million to 220 million over just three years. At the same time, it showed a weakening presence in Europe.


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