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Brazilian Portuguese alphabet and characters
The Brazilian Portuguese alphabet should display only the following characters. If your document is not showing correctly, then first check that the encoding for that program and font supports Romance languages.
Brazilian Portuguese grammar rules
The written Brazilian standard differs from the European one to about the same extent that written American English differs from written British English. The differences extend to spelling, lexicon, and grammar.
The Brazilian spellings of certain words differ from those used in Portugal and the other Portuguese-speaking countries.
The vocabularies of Brazilian and European Portuguese also differ in a couple of thousand words, many of which refer to concepts that were introduced separately in Brazilian Portuguese and European Portuguese.
The present continuous form (estar a + infinitive) which exists in European Portuguese is not often used in Brazilian Portuguese.
There are two grammatical genders in Portuguese:
And two numbers
The Latin case system has been lost, but personal pronouns are still declined for subject, object of verb and object of preposition.
Brazilian Portuguese formatting rules
|First day of the week||Sunday (traditionally), Monday (as per ISO 8601)|
|Working days||Monday to Friday|
|Short date format||d/M/yyyy|
|Long date format||d de MMMM de yyyy|
|e.g. 24 de março de 2016|
Brazilian Portuguese capitalisation usage
- People’s names.
- Geographical names (of countries, counties/states, cities etc.).
- Always follow the capitalization used in the English text.
Solutions for Brazilian Portuguese
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