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French influence is mostly restricted to the higher classes and the academic word. Tambores de aruanda few actual French words have trickled into everyday usage, which I attribute to the fact that, unlike Italian, French is incomprehensible by a Brazilian who has not studied it. Most words of French origin are pieces of fashion or furniture i.

Of these latter, most have been translated instead of adopted. Some words of French tambores de aruanda adopted and adapted instead of translated.


However, Spanish immigration and the progressive improvement tambores de aruanda interregional communication brought the languages closer.

Especially since the border regions, which had experienced Tambores de aruanda influence for centuries, came in contact with the centre, where Spanish was as unheard of as Martian. That was the moment when the Brazilians began to look closer at Latin America and Spanish influence caught steam.

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tambores de aruanda Despite erudite cultural terms which people only see in dictionaries of specific contexts, some clear Spanish tambores de aruanda words are: Please notice that some of these actually are Portuguese words, but they were only used in these specific meanings after Spanish influence.

Most words contributed to Portuguese via Spanish had actually been brought from other langauges, like Basque or Italian or from Amerindian languages.

Now I must mention the influence of English. It was almost unheard of before the 20th century.

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You could count on your fingers how many English words had been borrowed by then. But as British, and later American, influence increased, many words from the language came into common use.

Tambores de aruanda loan words tend to be used without adaptation with many exceptions, of course, since this is Portuguese and universal rules do not exist and are mostly limited to contemporary subjects. Even then, they are much less important than most other languages mentioned here, except French whose influence was skin-deep.

English does not influence Portuguese in terms of pronunciation, only vocabulary. The influence I mean tambores de aruanda in verb usage.


English is typically very poor in terms of verb tenses, tambores de aruanda resulting in obscure situations or requiring complex workarounds to mention different time-aspects in a same sentence.

Due to this, typical English tambores de aruanda looks plain, when compared to Standard Portuguese and I am not comparing eggs and oranges here, but contemporaries, like Kypling and Bilac or Dickens and Assis. Just so you understand what I mean.

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Eu comera em um restaurante antes chegar ao local do encontro, onde a Maria me esperava e tambores de aruanda beijou. A modern author would not write like I did I am a bit quaint, mind you: O reino do Congo na terra do Brasil p.

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A rainha Jinga no Brasil p. Era uma rainha africana, livre para escolher o seu senhor p.

Nos congos e congados do Brasil, seu nome aparece soberano. O papagaio cinzento de Cabinda p.


Cascudo descreve a ave que tambores de aruanda pela primeira vez em Cabinda, o papagaio cinzento de cauda vermelha: E acrescenta um dado interessante: Do negro e do preto p. O mesmo em Portugal. Muito mais dito o negro que o preto p.