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Brazil
A country in Americas
The number of individual languages listed for Brazil is 238. Of these, 218 are living and 20 are extinct. Of the living languages, 202 are indigenous and 16 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 7 are institutional, 30 are developing, 27 are vigorous, 57 are in trouble, and 97 are dying.
Population Full

204,735,000 (2017 World Factbook)

Principal Languages
Portuguese
Literacy Rate
98% (2017 UNSD)
Immigrant Languages
Catalan, Dutch, Japanese (380,000), Korean (37,000), North Levantine Spoken Arabic, Spanish (460,000), Turoyo, Vlax Romani
General References
Campbell 1997, Crevels 2007, Derbyshire and Pullum 1991, Derbyshire and Pullum 1998, Dixon and Aikhenvald 1999, Hopper 1967, Moore 2006, Ribeiro 1957, Rodrigues 1986, Rodrigues 1999
Deaf Population
5,750,800
Language Counts
The number of individual languages listed for Brazil is 238. Of these, 218 are living and 20 are extinct. Of the living languages, 202 are indigenous and 16 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 7 are institutional, 30 are developing, 27 are vigorous, 57 are in trouble, and 97 are dying.
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