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Install WordPress as multi-site, choose the option sub-directories. Your main blog will now under example.com/. Create a second sub-site and set its slug to portugueseblog. This site will now be accessible under example.com/portugueseblog. Now import the content from the old blogs into the new one.
Try python-wordpress-xmlrpc. See documentation and GitHub repository. I haven’t tested it for myself, but it looks promising.
No, there isn't. And unfortunately that's because you've been using Blogger to do something it was never intended to do. I'm not saying this is a bad thing. Blogger (and WordPress) are built to handle an article format: One author publishes a large article Other writers create short-format comments Comments and replies are threaded together for context. ...
Your best bet would be to auto-import the Blogger RSS feed. You'll set up a cron job in WordPress to check the Blogger site's feed for updates and, if they exist, create a new post with that content. There are a handful of plugins already out there that will do this for you, but essentially, here's what you do: Every 1 hour/2 hours/6 hours/whatever, load ...
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