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They organized communities that became important cities such as Joinville, Caxias do Sul, Blumenau, Curitiba and brought important contributions to the culture of Brazil.
There are only some Amerindian groups and small pockets of immigrants who do not speak Portuguese.
There are significant communities of German (mostly the Hunsrückisch, a High German language dialect) and Italian (mostly the Talian dialect, of Venetian origin) speakers in the south of the country, both of which are influenced by the Portuguese language.
Not to mention the Slavic communities, Ukrainians and Poles which are also part of these minority languages.
Similarly to American English and Canadian French, Brazilian Portuguese is more phonetically conservative or archaic than the language of the colonizing metropolis, maintaining several features that European Portuguese had before the 19th century.
Also similarly to the American English, the Brazilian regional variation as well as the European one include a small number of words of Indigenous American and African origin, mainly restricted to placenames and fauna and flora.
Black Africans, who were brought as slaves to Brazil, also participated actively in the formation of Brazilian culture.
Many became extinct, others mixed with the Portuguese.Some regions of Brazil, especially Bahia, have particularly notable African inheritances in music, cuisine, dance and language.Immigrants from Italy, Germany, Spain, Japan, Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Austria-Hungary and the Middle East played an important role in the areas they settled (mostly Southern and Southeastern Brazil).The Brazilian Carnaval is an annual festival held forty-six days before Easter.Carnival celebrations are believed to have roots in the pagan festival of Saturnalia, which, adapted to Christianity, became a farewell to bad things in a season of religious discipline to practice repentance and prepare for Christ's death and resurrection.