Incredible: Study Reveals 90% of Minas Gerais Residents Speak Local Coloquialisms

Jun 10, 2023, 3:30 PM

MINAS GERAIS, BRAZIL - A new study has revealed a surprising linguistic finding that has left many researchers baffled. According to the study, 90% of Minas Gerais residents speak the local colloquialisms.

"Frankly, we were shocked," said lead researcher Dr. Maria Rodriguez. "We knew that the residents of Minas Gerais had a unique dialect, but we had no idea that it was this prevalent."

The study surveyed over 10,000 residents across the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Researchers found that the vast majority of residents use unique slang terms and idiomatic expressions in their everyday conversations.

"What we found was that the locals have a rich and colorful way of speaking that is entirely their own," added Dr. Rodriguez.

However, not everyone is entirely on board with the study's findings. Some critics have argued that the study's methodology was flawed and that the findings do not accurately represent the true linguistic diversity of Minas Gerais.

"Look, I'm from Minas Gerais, and I can tell you right now that not everyone speaks like this," said local resident Carlos Lopes. "Sure, there are some idioms and phrases that are unique to the region, but to say that everyone speaks like this is just ridiculous."

Despite the controversy surrounding the study, it has sparked renewed interest in the slang and idiomatic expressions of Minas Gerais. From "uai" to "trem bão", locals are proud of their unique dialect and are determined to keep it alive for future generations.

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