South-America comprises of twelve countries. More than 300 languages are spoken in the continent. English, Spanish and Portuguese are the most common languages, but there are still some indigenous languages spoken among a large number of people, such as Quechua (8,9 million speakers), Guarani (4,9 million speakers), and Aymara (2,8 million speakers). Brazil covers about 47,3% of the continent and is the largest country both by population and land area. Brazil is home to more than 210 million people, and it’s also one of the largest countries in the world. About 90% of the South American population is said to be Christians, and over 80% are Roman Catholics, making Christianity the main religion in South America