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    Smile Learning European Portuguese

    if you want to know some words or phrases in pt , ask me =)

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    Hi
    Eu = I
    What is you?

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    hi

    tu-you
    ele-he
    ela-she
    eles\elas-they
    vós -you (in plural)
    nós-we


    if you had more question ask me i love to teach pt

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    Thanks

    In Hindi too You = Tu

    And

    How You say

    My Name is.....

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    my name is - o meu nome é

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    o meu nome é Gagan

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    very nice

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    o- (it reads "U")-definite article, singular, masculine

    a- definite article, feminine, singular

    os-definite article, masculine, plural

    as-definite article, feminime, plural

    meaning : the

    examples :

    o meu carro é vermelho (my car is red)

    a minha casa é grande ( my house is big)

    os meus carros são vermelhos (my cars are red)

    as minhas casas são grandes (my houses are big)


    this is like saying , the my car is red , lol , it sounds funny

    meu,minha,meus,minhas-my

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    Hi !

    I have a question (please don't laugh ) : if I learn the Brazilian Portuguese I can understand Portuguese spoken in Portugal , right ?

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    yes you can there are words that are different (not many) like in america they say taxi and in englad cab .

    brazilian portuguse is more easir to learn because 90% of the websites teaching portuguse are brazilian

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    Quote Originally Posted by naina12 View Post
    yes you can there are words that are different (not many) like in america they say taxi and in englad cab .

    brazilian portuguse is more easir to learn because 90% of the websites teaching portuguse are brazilian
    That's interesting...
    I never knew they spoke Pt. in Brazil ...and it was different from the one spoken in Portugal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by songlover26 View Post
    That's interesting...
    I never knew they spoke Pt. in Brazil ...and it was different from the one spoken in Portugal.

    yes Brazil seapks pt , not only Brazil bt also angola, cape verde , Guinea-Bissau, Macau, Mozambique, São Tomé and Príncipe,East Timor and it could have been more because this werent the only countries pt found

    pt is the 6° language most spoken in the world

    of course all countries have ther own accent and differences bt the language is pt

    what did you thought brazil spoke ?

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    Is that pt. written on the Devdas Poster?



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    Quote Originally Posted by naina12 View Post
    yes Brazil seapks pt , not only Brazil bt also angola, cape verde , Guinea-Bissau, Macau, Mozambique, São Tomé and Príncipe,East Timor and it could have been more because this werent the only countries pt found

    pt is the 6° language most spoken in the world

    of course all countries have ther own accent and differences bt the language is pt

    what did you thought brazil spoke ?
    I thought the spoke Spanish like most south American Nations

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    no the poster is written in french , you thought brazil spoke spanish lol , well infact its the only south american country that doesnt speak spanish

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    Quote Originally Posted by naina12 View Post
    yes you can there are words that are different (not many) like in america they say taxi and in englad cab .

    brazilian portuguse is more easir to learn because 90% of the websites teaching portuguse are brazilian

    Ok I understand now.
    To be honest I like Brazilian Portuguese than the one spoken in Portugal. I can understand but I can't write and some words are similar with Romanian

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    relly ? well i know that romanian is a latin language ...you mean european portuguse has similiar words with romanian language ?

    can you tell some ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by naina12 View Post
    relly ? well i know that romanian is a latin language ...you mean european portuguse has similiar words with romanian language ?
    Quote Originally Posted by naina12 View Post
    can you tell some ?
    Yes Romanian is a romance language along with Spanish, Italian, French and Portuguese . It has it's bases in old Latin but during the years the words have took different forms and we also have a lot of French influences but also many Slavic ones.

    Here:


    Eu - Eu

    Casa - Casa (the house), casă (house, home)

    Familia - Familia, familie

    Domicilio - Domiciliu

    Tu - Tu

    Gosto - gust

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crisa View Post
    Yes Romanian is a romance language along with Spanish, Italian, French and Portuguese . It has it's bases in old Latin but during the years the words have took different forms and we also have a lot of French influences but also many Slavic ones.
    Especially Serbian ones, as I have heard .

    Btw, why is Spanish more understandable for Portuguese people than other way around (at least I heard that)?

    The same case is with Serbian and Bulgarian. Bulgarians can understand Serbian more easily than Serbians can Bulgarian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crisa View Post
    Yes Romanian is a romance language along with Spanish, Italian, French and Portuguese . It has it's bases in old Latin but during the years the words have took different forms and we also have a lot of French influences but also many Slavic ones.

    Here:


    Eu - Eu

    Casa - Casa (the house), casă (house, home)

    Familia - Familia, familie

    Domicilio - Domiciliu

    Tu - Tu

    Gosto - gust


    intersting , thanks

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