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 Why Portuguese is the Official Language of Brazil?

Answer Brazil sets itself apart from the rest of South America because the vast majority of its 200 million people speak Portuguese instead of Spanish. There are three major reasons for this.
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Why is Portuguese the major official language of Brazil?

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What is the official language in Bern, Switzerland ?

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