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01 December 2008



Trás-os-Montes doesn't speak Galician at all!
The only proximities are accent and the way as some
few syllables are pronounced, like "ch" sounding "tch", but only in the northern borderlines of Trás-os-Montes with Galicia.
Otherwise, since from North (Minho and Trás-os-Montes) to South (Algarve) Portugal is a linguistic continuity, where only accents and some expressions, differ, we should assume all Portugal speaks Galician, which is totally wrong.
It would be much more true to say that southern Galicia speaks Portuguese - even they accept and assume it!

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