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Languages of Brazil
OfficialPortuguese
NationalPortuguese - 98%
SignificantEnglish - 7%, Spanish - 4%, Hunsrik - 1.5%[1]
MainPortuguese[2][3][4]
IndigenousApalaí, Arára, Bororo, Canela, Carajá, Carib, Guarani, Kaingang, Nadëb, Nheengatu, Pirahã, Terena, Tucano, Tupiniquim, Ye'kuana
RegionalGerman, Italian, Japanese, Spanish (border areas), Polish, Ukrainian, Russian, English,[5] East Pomeranian, Chinese, Korean
ImmigrantGerman, Italian, Polish, Ukrainian, Russian, Japanese, Spanish, English, Chinese
ForeignEnglish, Spanish, German
SignedBrazilian Sign Language
Ka'apor Sign Language
Keyboard layoutMunicipalities that the East Pomeranian language is co-official in Espírito Santo.

Municipalities that have co-official East Pomeranian language