Uruguayan Portuguese - Wikipedia
Uruguayan Portuguese, also known as fronteiriço and referred to by its speakers as portunhol, is a variety of Portuguese with heavy influence from Rioplatense Spanish. It is spoken in north-eastern Uruguay, near the Brazilian border, mainly in the region of the twin cities of Rivera and Santana do Livramento. This section of the frontier is called Frontera de la Paz, because there is no legal obstacle to crossing the border between the two countries. The varieties of Uruguayan Portuguese ...
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