When starting a new chapter in another country, Finding a community that we are familiar with is a great way to integrate In a new culture, keeping a small area at home can avoid house depression. Based on the world’s most spoken and fastest growing languages, a study by language learning app Preply reveals where the largest diaspora is by language, thus providing a better social environment.
In the 45 largest cities in England, the survey takes into account the number of speakers of a language, the number of native facilities (restaurants, grocery stores, community centres), the number of language learning institutions and their average rating.
Although London continues to be home to a Portuguese-speaking majorityBased on broader societal and language learning factors, research reveals that it is Cambridge is great for the Portuguese community.
Cambridge is important Sharing From country to Portuguese society, that is often true Second city where Portuguese is spoken the most, 0.94% of every 100,000 inhabitants speak Portuguese. Cambridge is the fourth best choice for individual Portuguese facilities.
In addition to showing The second is the large number of Portuguese speakers and the variety of native facilities (individual), Cambridge’s high score is also due to its language teaching institutions. The city ranks 2nd with 48 schools (surpassed only by Oxford), all of which have an average rating of 4.79.
Ipswich, Oxford and Reading follow Cambridge in second and third place respectively, while London ranks 16th for the “general Portuguese community”. Although There are many Portuguese speakers in London (1 in 100,000), the UK capital has no facilities of its own, ranking 24th with 1.8 Portuguese facilities per 100,000 residents.
The remaining top ten hotspots for the Portuguese community are Manchester, Nottingham, Hertford, Newcastle upon Tyne, Bedford, Cardiff, Exeter and Leicester. Hereford, Carlisle and Carmanton (Wales) are the least affluent places in the Portuguese community.
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