To talk about the (not so) New Deal

To talk about the (not so) New Deal

To talk about the (not so) New Deal

The Portuguese Language Orthographic Agreement would no longer need to be called “new”.Of course this nomenclature persists compared to the previous one, which dates from 1971. Did you know?A Brief History of Spelling AgreementsBeforehand, note that the Portuguese language we write and which we speak in a more monitored environment is learned as a second language.The so-called “maternal” language has to do with what you develop in a family environment, free of charge, as long as it is understood.It is natural.That's why I call this the standardized norm (someone created the standard).The Spelling Agreements are nothing more than that.As time goes by and the need for adjustment arises, agreements are born.The latter considered a meeting of Portuguese-speaking countries to negotiate standardization.Resistances are normalIt is not difficult to understand the resistances that persist to change.Always someone who lived in another era will consider their most wonderful t...


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