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A major political event was the end of Muslim sovereignty in Spain with the capture of the kingdom of Granada by the Catholic Monarchs, Ferdinand and Isabella, in In the same year these monarchs promulgated the expulsion of all Jews who would not convert to Catholicism, some sixty thousand of whom sought refuge in Portugal, where they soon had again to choose between conversion or expulsion.

In Luther reportedly nailed his ninety-five theses onto the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, thus launching the Reformation.

In Garcia de Resende — published the Cancioneiro Geral, a compilation of courtly poetry. Change, however, was in motion for both the culture and the language of Portugal. There was enough change in the air to attract the Inquisition, introduced in to protect souls by burning unrepentant bodies and heretical books, for which an underground market was made possible by the movable type press, developed by Gutenberg in Among books unwelcome in the peninsular kingdoms were those by the great humanist thinker Erasmus?

The prevailing eagerness for new things clamored for a renovated language, and as it adjusted to new cultural realities, Portuguese shaped a modern image for itself.

Linguistic features considered too close to Galician were eschewed 6. After Portuguese and Galician split, their paths diverged substantially. Whereas Portuguese acquired full autonomy by becoming the official language of an independent state, Galician found itself limited to oral communication at the local level and excluded from an official role in public administration, education, and the higher forms of literary expression.

Such limitations caused Galician to be not only subordinated to Spanish but also progressively infiltrated by it, particularly in the lexicon and morphosyntax. All in all, the task of normalizing and unifying local varieties, described by Teyssier as essential to forge a modern Galician language, is still unfinished.

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Back in the sixteenth century, Portuguese seafarers were busy exploring the coast of Africa. Japan was reached in , and in a trading post was set up in 14 1 The Portuguese language in the world Macao Pg Macau. Inflation was rampant, and the Crown had neither the people nor the means to run such a far-flung empire. To make things worse, from the end of the sixteenth century it faced increasingly strong competition from the Netherlands and England.

Furthermore, when Portugal was ruled by Spanish kings for dynastic reasons between and , Portuguese ships and colonies became a legal target for those competing nations, then at war with Spain.

As a result, by the middle of the seventeenth century the Portuguese possessions were fast being lost to the Dutch and the British. There was also Brazil, where gold was discovered in By the end of the eighteenth century it is estimated the Crown had received between one and three thousand tons of gold and over two million carats in diamonds Saraiva Most of those riches reportedly went to English bankers, but Portugal, though impoverished and sorely taxed by the effort, had succeeded in opening up the oceans and making Portuguese an international language.

A pidgin is a grammatically simplified hybrid language, with words from two or more languages, created through continuing interaction of people who do not have a language in common. Pidginized versions of Portuguese have supposedly been used since the fifteenth century in the Mediterranean and along the coast of Africa, where Portuguese sailors and traders came into contact with speakers of African languages. Thus a creole may become the primary language of a formerly pidgin-speaking community.

One of the consequences of intermarriage between Portuguese settlers and natives of Africa and Asia was the development of several Portuguese-based creoles, some of which are still spoken. In the Malay peninsula and the Indonesian archipelago the growth of Malayo-Portuguese creoles came in the wake of trading posts, which were lost to the Dutch in the seventeenth century; the sole exception was Macao, which remained Portuguese until it was turned over to China in December In Portugal lost Brazil, and in the twentieth century, all of its remaining colonies.

In Asia, Portuguese is an official language only in East Timor pop. On the east coast there is Mozambique pop. Off the west coast of Africa lie the two small island countries, Cape Verde pop.

In these countries, however, despite its official status, Portuguese is the native language of only a minority, and outside the larger cities relatively few people speak it fluently as a second language 6. As we will see in Chapter 6, the coexistence of creoles and African languages spoken by different ethnic groups poses a unique situation for the future of Portuguese in these regions. The presence of Portuguese speakers in European countries e.

France, ca. Immigration with substantial linguistic consequences, however, started in the early nineteenth century, when whalers from the Azores — soon followed by others from Cape Verde, mostly creole speakers — began to settle in New England Newport, New Bedford, Cape Cod and Rhode Island. It was Azoreans who made up most of the Portuguese community in California, although there were also immigrants from Madeira and continental Portugal.

Although the current generation of Portuguese Americans is largely bilingual, language maintenance is strong enough to support some newspapers and a small but thriving Portuguese American literature Almeida 1. Figures for showed , Portuguese immigrants living in Canada and 55, in Australia Rocha-Trindade a As in the United States, a sizeable body of Portuguese-language literature exists in Canada Joel The country extends over 3,, square miles slightly over the 3,, square miles of the forty-eight contiguous US states, or over six times the combined area of Germany, France, and Spain.

As colonization expanded, the territory was further divided and more governors appointed, but by the beginning of the nineteenth century the colonial enterprise was exhausted Prado Junior —6 and resentment against its exploitative practices intensified. Since becoming independent, Brazil has followed a totally separate path, politically as well as culturally, from the other Portuguese-speaking lands, a circumstance that has contributed to the specific character of Brazilian Portuguese. Whereas in the African countries Portuguese is the native speech only of a minority, in Brazil it has been for generations the native language of a majority of the population.

Also, contact with the languages spoken by the indigenous inhabitants, by African slaves, and by immigrants, as well as the influence of exogenous cultures — French, British, American — have had substantially different results in Brazil than in Africa or Asia.

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O artista inspira-se nos temas da atualidade nacional e internacional. Pista n. Todos os elementos da quadrilha assinam com sangue o seu juramento. Tom diz que a maioria dos autores recomenda que se poupem os prisioneiros, devendo estes ser levados para um esconderijo. O rapaz que interpela Tom por diversas vezes chama-se Ben Rogers.

Ben Rogers utiliza a palavra resgatar com o sentido de matar. Lopes, evidencia estes mesmos aspetos. Recordaram, pela noite fora, os tempos do liceu e falaram do presente.

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