There is one. His name is Robin Reghr.
Not all Brazilians are Catholic, but many are. About 63% of the population are Catholic. There are more Catholics in Brazil than in any country in the world.
As with any other nationality, some are though not all.
brazilians love pickles!
The Brazilians, of course, speak Portuguese. Speaking Spanish to them is disrespectful because it shows that you haven't spent any time learning about them.
Brazilians are Brazilians. Now as far as Hispanics go, nope. Brazilians do not speak spanish, we speak portuguese thus making us Lusophones, people who mother tongue is portuguese.
Brazilians get there foods from farms, and by trading goods with others.
No. Brazilians are considered to be part of the Portugese rule.
Brazil was, as was all of South America, neutral in the Viet War.
The 7th of September for Brazilians is inderpendence day. I think.
Brazilians originate in America - so they cannot come to america.