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  • I've removed some imprecise and non-enciclopedical claims. Also, i've removed the reference do Buenos Aires, that was contradicted just some lines below...
  • Osias 12:55, 5 Nov 2004 (UTC)

  • I think "somewhat" is a too complicated word. And "deep" as an adjective for "culture" needs, well, a deep knowledge of English to be understood.

A.Z. 11:17, 19 January 2006 (UTC)

Who was the one who...[change source]

... had written that the vegetation of Brazil's south is an example of "vegetation of hot areas"? One thing is a text written using simple words - another thing, completely different, is an awful geographical mistake!! Luckily someone has corrected that error!!! Please, pay also attention to the geographical informations when you're simplifying a text!!! Joao Xavier 23:23, 12 February 2006 (UTC)

A mention should be made of Brazils alternative energy program[change source]

A mention should be made of Brazils alternaive energy program.Ethenol alcohol for fuel from sugar cane, etc. One of the greatets alternative enrgy p[rograms in the world .Article didnt mention this. Thnaks! merci"(AfternoonP>M> Sat. Oct.17,200921stCentury. Dr. Edson Andre' Johnson D.D.ULC) EDSONANDREJ (talk) New energy is a Brasilain Goverment plan.Brasil also has new OIL fields20:19, 17 October 2009 (UTC)

I'm from Brazil and I know a little English and I'll translate comfirmo that this information is true Matheus de Sousa Lopes (talk) 15:08, 7 August 2013 (UTC)

I will translate this article[change source]

this article is too small I am native Portuguese and I can translate it someone else is native Portuguese? Matheus de Sousa Lopes (talk) 15:06, 7 August 2013 (UTC)