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One thing I think it's interesting about Brazilian culture, is that our culture is a mix of different other cultures, and it varies from which city you're talking about. In São Paulo, the biggest city in Brazil and in the southern hemisphere, we got a mix of Arabic, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Japanese cultures. Actually, in my city, we got the biggest Lebanese community outside of Lebanon (we got most lebanese people than lebanon itself), the biggest italian community outside italy, biggest japanese community outside japan, and the biggest portuguese community outside Portugal as well!
Mar 1, 2021 2:41 PM
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One thing I think is interesting about Brazil, is that our culture is a mix of many different cultures, and it varies depending on which city you're talking about. In São Paulo, the biggest city in both Brazil and the southern hemisphere, we have got a mix of arabic, spanish, italian, portuguese and japanese cultures. Actually, in my city, we have got the biggest lebanese community outside of Lebanon (we have got more lebanese people than in Lebanon itself), the biggest italian community outside of Italy, the biggest japanese community outside Japan, and the biggest portuguese community outside of Portugal as well!
Really great work. Nice informal style 🙂 I removed the 'in' from in front of southern hemisphere because it was included before 'brazil' earlier. This is often the case with prepositions e.g. we say 'i am going to the shops and the park' rather than 'i am going to the shops and to the park' In the present tense, the word 'got' is always preceded by have e.g. 'I have got a puppy' not 'I got a puppy'. Without 'have', got indicates past tense.
Mar 5, 2021 12:02 AM
One thing that's really interesting about Brazilian culture is how our culture blends together a mixture of different cultures, and that these blends vary depending on the city. In São Paulo, the biggest city in Brazil and in the southern hemisphere, we have a mix of Arabic, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Japanese cultures. In particular, there is the biggest Lebanese community outside of Lebanon (we have more lebanese people than lebanon itself), the biggest italian community outside italy, biggest japanese community outside japan, and the biggest portuguese community outside Portugal!
Mar 5, 2021 12:45 AM
One thing I think is interesting about Brazilian culture, is that our culture is a mix of several different cultures, and it varies from which city you're talking about. In São Paulo, the biggest city in Brazil and in the southern hemisphere, we’ve got a mix of Arabic, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Japanese cultures. Actually, in my city, we’ve got the biggest Lebanese community outside of Lebanon (we’ve got more lebanese people than lebanon itself), the biggest italian community outside italy, biggest japanese community outside japan, and the biggest portuguese community outside Portugal as well!
Sounds very diverse! How cool
Mar 4, 2021 11:10 PM
One thing I think is interesting about Brazilian culture is that our culture is a mix of several different cultures and it varies from which city you're talking about. In São Paulo, the biggest city in Brazil and in the southern hemisphere, we have a mix of Arabic, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Japanese cultures. Actually, in my city, we have the biggest Lebanese community outside of Lebanon (we have more Lebanese people than Lebanon itself); the biggest Italian community outside Italy, the biggest Japanese community outside Japan, and the biggest Portuguese community outside Portugal as well!
Great job with the paragraph! São Paulo sounds quite diverse.
Mar 1, 2021 3:26 PM
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