How do you say in portuguese

FAQ: How do I / you say in portuguese:

– Thank you in brazilian = Obrigado (if is a man saying thank you).
Obrigada (if is a woman.)Obrigado Obrigada
 – How do you say I love you in portuguese = Eu te amo.

Eu te amo

  – Do you speak english  = Você fala inglês?

Voce fala ingles

  – Do you speak portuguese = Você fala português?

Voce fala portugues

  –  Portugal  = Portugal. – Portuguese = Português.
Brazil = Brasil.– Brazilian  = Brasileiro.
Portugues Brasileiro
  – Grandma = Avózinha. – Grandpa = Avôzinho.

avozinha avozinho

 – Crazy = Maluco – Maluca – Malucos – Malucas.

– 1) The man is crazy = O homem é maluco.
– 2) The men are crazy Os homens são malucos.
– 3) The woman is crazy = A mulher é maluca.
– 4) The women are crazyAs mulheres são malucas.


 –  Good = Bom – Boa – Bons – Boas.

Muito bom! (Very good!). – Boa sorte. (Good luck).
Bons livros. (Good books). – Boas pernas. (Good legs).

good – variations in portuguese

 – The = O, A, Os, As.
– O rapaz
(The boy). – A rapariga (The girl).
Os rapazes (The boys). As raparigas (The girls).
the – variations in portuguese

1) In Portuguese, pronouns, nouns and adjectives can have genre (masculine or feminine), and normally they have.
2) Nouns, adjectives and pronouns are always singular or plural.

The easy way.

If you aren’t a portuguese native speaker, do not bother or get desperate about these grammatical variations.

All the world will understand if speak for example:
O moças, ser muito simpático. (The girls, be very kind).
– The correct way is: As moças, são muito simpáticas. (The girls are very kind).

If you pronounce the word correctly, you will be understood, with or without correct grammar rules.

Is portuguese hard to learn?  Do you  want really know how to learn portuguese free?

Then don’t forget and always remember.

The big secret and the only one is:

– PRATICE or PRACTISE, again and again,.. over and over,… until the voice hurts your throat!  angry

—- Oh! No need thank me,…—-

Related : How do i say Hi and hello in Portuguese European and Brazilian.


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