Fun with Brazilian Portuguese

Fun With Brazilian Portuguese is a website for people to practice or learn Brazilian Portuguese from scratch, with lots of free fun resources.

https://funwithbrazilianportuguese.com A page for all things Brazilian Portuguese! Curiosities, vocabulary, grammar, slang, word of the day, useful links, music, videos, etc.

Operating as usual

27/11/2023

🎉 Starting from January, I'll have additional openings for private lessons. 🇧🇷 Book your FREE 30-minute Zoom consultation session now! (LINK IN BIO)
During this session, we can discuss everything from lesson fees, scheduling, and my teaching methodology to address any questions or concerns you might have. It's a fantastic opportunity for you to get a feel for what private lessons with me entail and to determine if it aligns with your language-learning goals.
👉 Act Now – Limited Time Offer:
To make sure you have the best chance of securing a spot for January, I'm offering this free consultation exclusively this week and the next. My teaching slots tend to fill up quickly, so it's crucial to take advantage of this limited time opportunity.
👉 Book Your Free Consultation Now:
To check my availability for the upcoming weeks and reserve your spot for the free consultation, simply visit fwbp-academy.com and click on “private lessons” (link can also be found in my Insta Bio) This will take you to my calendar, where you can choose a time that suits you best.
👉 Why Private Lessons?
Private lessons provide a tailored learning experience, allowing you to progress at your own pace while focusing on areas that matter most to you. Whether you're a beginner or looking to enhance your existing skills, I am committed to helping you achieve your language-learning goals.

20/11/2023

🎉🇧🇷The FWBP Black Friday Sale is on! Use code FWBP50 at check out to get 50% off all courses and e-books

🇧🇷Everyday Brazilian Portuguese
🇧🇷The Ultimate Pronunciation Guide
🇧🇷Short Stories in Brazilian Portuguese
🇧🇷102 Everyday Expressions in Brazilian Portuguese

02/02/2023

🎉 Come join us this Saturday when we’ll be taking about the differences in pronunciation between the Northeast and South of Brazil! 🇧🇷

07/12/2022

Um ótimo dia a todos! 😊🇧🇷☀️

03/12/2022

👉 The equivalent Portuguese structure to the English *How + adjective!* is *Que + noun or adjective!*
Examples:
🇧🇷 Que gostoso! = How yummy!
🇧🇷 Que caro! How expensive!
🇧🇷 Que feio! = How ugly!
🇧🇷 Que lindo! = How beautiful
🇧🇷 Que delícia! = How delicious!

👉 The adjective “gostoso(a)” (yummy, tasty) can also be used to describe a sexy man or woman. The same with “delicioso(a)” (delicious). The original video from where this audio was taken actually shows a woman in a car looking out the window, commenting on how sexy a man in the street is!

🇧🇷 Os Brasileiros e o seu amor por leite condensado!
🇬🇧 Brazilians and their love for condensed milk!

🇧🇷 Nossa, que delícia!
🇬🇧 Wow, how delicious!

🇧🇷 Nossa, que delícia!
🇬🇧 Wow, how delicious!

🇧🇷 Que delícia!
🇬🇧 How delicious!

🇧🇷 Meu Deus do céu!
🇬🇧 Oh my God! (Lit. My God of the Sky/Heaven)

🇧🇷 Que gostoso, mano!
🇬🇧 How yummy, man!
👉 o mano = brother, bro, man, mate


















28/11/2022

🇧🇷 Não espere um presente bom do João, ele é mão-de-vaca.
🇬🇧 Don’t expect a good present from John, he’s tight-fisted.
👉 mão-de-vaca (lit. “cow’s hand”) = tight-fisted

🇧🇷 O nosso projeto foi rejeitado. Infelizmente voltamos à estaca-zero.
🇬🇧 Our project has been rejected. Unfortunately we’re back to square one.
👉 voltar à estaca zero (“to go back to stake zero”) = to go back to square one.

🇧🇷 Eu não quero assistir esse filme de terror. Filme de terror não é a minha praia.
🇬🇧 I don’t want to watch this horror film. Horror films are not my cup of tea.
👉 não é a minha praia (lit. “it’s not my beach”) = it’s not my cup of tea

🇧🇷 Ele me perguntou se eu voltaria lá, e eu disse: “Nem que a vaca tussa!”
🇬🇧 He asked me if I would go back there, and I said: “Not in a million years!”
👉 Nem que a vaca tussa! (“Not even if the cow coughs!”) = Not in a million years!

🇧🇷 Você sempre inventa desculpas esfarrapadas pra não sair comigo!
🇬🇧 You always make up lame excuses not to go out with me!
👉 desculpa esfarrapada (lit. “tattered/worn out excuse”) = lame excuse”horror












20/11/2022

🇧🇷 Desenrola, bate
🇬🇧 Unroll, hit it

🇧🇷 Joga
🇬🇧 Throw it…

🇧🇷 Desse lado tem poder
🇬🇧 On this side there’s power

🇧🇷 Desse lado tem vitória
🇬🇧 On this side there’s victory

🇧🇷 Aqui na frente tem um irmão
🇬🇧 Here in front there’s a brother

🇧🇷 sendo batizado e dizendo:
🇬🇧 being baptised and saying:

🇧🇷 Glória, aleluia!
🇬🇧 Glory, hallelujah!










12/11/2022

👉 The verb “passar” is sometimes used interchangeably with “sentir” (to feel) to express how we are feeling.
🇧🇷 Você tá passando bem? / Você tá se sentindo bem? = 🇬🇧 Are you feeling well?
🇧🇷 Você tá passando mal? / Você tá se sending do mal? = 🇬🇧 Are you feeling unwell?
🇧🇷 Não tô passando bem. / Não tô me sentindo bem. = 🇬🇧 I’m not feeling well.
🇧🇷 Tô passando mal. / Tô me sentindo mal. = 🇬🇧 I’m feeling unwell.
👉 mal = (adverb) lit. badly, unwell (the opposite of “bem” / “well”)
👉 Unlike England, where teachers address their teachers as “Mr”, “Miss”, “Mrs” or “Ms”, in Brazil, it’s common for children to address their teachers directly as “professor” or “professora” (teacher).

👉 Ô = an informal way of catching someone’s attention, a bit like “hey” in English.
👉 ó = short for “Olha!” (Look!”)
………
🇧🇷 Tá passando mal?
🇬🇧 Are you feeling unwell?

🇧🇷 Tô.
🇬🇧 Yes.

🇧🇷 Quer que eu fale com a professora?
🇬🇧 Do you want me to speak to the teacher?

🇧🇷 Não, não precisa.
🇬🇧 No, there’s no need.

🇧🇷 Ô, professora, tá morrendo aqui, ó!
🇬🇧 Miss, he’s dying here! Look!















20/10/2022

🇧🇷 HOW TO SOUND MORE BRAZILIAN - PART 4 🇧🇷
👉 In colloquial speech it’s very common for Brazilians to insert “é que” (or just “que”) after a question word.
For example:
✅ Onde *é que* você mora?
or
✅ Onde *que* você mora?

✅ O que *é que* é isso?
or
✅ O que *que* é isso?












18/10/2022

🇧🇷 Qual que é a data de nascimento? Eu não tô encontrando o cadastro.
🇬🇧 What’s the date of birth? I can’t find your record.

🇧🇷 É vinte e quatro de julho.
🇬🇧 It’s 24th of July.

🇧🇷 Vinte e quatro de julho, que ano?
🇬🇧 24th of July, what year?

🇧🇷 É… é zero meia…
🇬🇧 It’s… 0-6.

🇧🇷 É… eu perguntei que ano. Vinte e quatro de julho de que ano?
🇬🇧 I asked what year. 24th of July, what year?

🇧🇷 É de julho… que eu faço aniversário.
🇬🇧 It’s July… that it’s my birthday.

🇧🇷 Que ano? Vinte e quatro de julho de que ano?
🇬🇧 What year? 24th of July, what year?

🇧🇷 É… é mês de julho, é… que eu faço.
🇬🇧 It’s… the month of July, it’s…

🇧🇷 Eu entendi que é mês de julho, mas é de que ano? Que ano que a senhora nasceu?
🇬🇧 I understood that it’s the month of July, but what year? What year were you born?

🇧🇷 Vinte e quatro, por aí.
🇬🇧 About the 24th…

🇧🇷 Data de nascimento, senhora!
🇬🇧 Date of birth!

🇧🇷 Ah tá. É… doze…
🇬🇧 Oh, Ok. It’s… 12…

🇧🇷 A senhora que é a paciente?
🇬🇧 Are you the patient?

🇧🇷 Isso. Aham.
🇬🇧 That’s right.

🇧🇷 Que data que a senhora nasceu?
🇬🇧 What date were you born?

🇧🇷 Eu nasci mês de julho.
🇬🇧 I was born on the month of July.

🇧🇷 Qual que é a idade da senhora?
🇬🇧 How old are you?

🇧🇷 Eu tô com quarenta e seis.
🇬🇧 I’m 46.

🇧🇷 Sua data de nascimento é vinte e quatro do sete de setenta e seis?
🇬🇧 Your date of birth is 24/07/76?

🇧🇷 Isso. Aham. Isso aí mesmo!
🇬🇧 Yes, that’s right!











18/10/2022

🇧🇷 Qual que é a data de nascimento? Eu não tô encontrando o cadastro.
🇬🇧 What’s the date of birth? I can’t find your record.

🇧🇷 É vinte e quatro de julho.
🇬🇧 It’s 24th of July.

🇧🇷 Vinte e quatro de julho, que ano?
🇬🇧 24th of July, what year?

🇧🇷 É… é zero meia…
🇬🇧 It’s… 0-6.

🇧🇷 É… eu perguntei que ano. Vinte e quatro de julho de que ano?
🇬🇧 I asked what year. 24th of July, what year?

🇧🇷 É de julho… que eu faço aniversário.
🇬🇧 It’s July… that it’s my birthday.

🇧🇷 Que ano? Vinte e quatro de julho de que ano?
🇬🇧 What year? 24th of July, what year?

🇧🇷 É… é mês de julho, é… que eu faço.
🇬🇧 It’s… the month of July, it’s…

🇧🇷 Eu entendi que é mês de julho, mas é de que ano? Que ano que a senhora nasceu?
🇬🇧 I understood that it’s the month of July, but what year? What year were you born?

🇧🇷 Vinte e quatro, por aí.
🇬🇧 About the 24th…

🇧🇷 Data de nascimento, senhora!
🇬🇧 Date of birth!

🇧🇷 Ah tá. É… doze…
🇬🇧 Oh, Ok. It’s… 12…

🇧🇷 A senhora que é a paciente?
🇬🇧 Are you the patient?

🇧🇷 Isso. Aham.
🇬🇧 That’s right.

🇧🇷 Que data que a senhora nasceu?
🇬🇧 What date were you born?

🇧🇷 Eu nasci mês de julho.
🇬🇧 I was born on the month of July.

🇧🇷 Qual que é a idade da senhora?
🇬🇧 How old are you?

🇧🇷 Eu tô com quarenta e seis.
🇬🇧 I’m 46.

🇧🇷 Sua data de nascimento é vinte e quatro do sete de setenta e seis?
🇬🇧 Your date of birth is 24/07/76?

🇧🇷 Isso. Aham. Isso aí mesmo!
🇬🇧 Yes, that’s right!









17/10/2022

🇧🇷 Lave sua bunda.
🇬🇧 Wash your bum.

🇧🇷 mas água é muito melhor.
🇬🇧 but water is much better.

🇧🇷 Use água todas as vezes que você for lavar a sua bunda.
🇬🇧 Use water every time you wash your bum.

🇧🇷 Uma bunda limpinha é bom pra você,
🇬🇧 A clean bum is good for you,

🇧🇷 é bom pro seu bem-estar,
🇬🇧 it’s good for your well being,

🇧🇷 é bom pra sua alma.
🇬🇧 it’s good for your soul.

🇧🇷 É bom também pra todos à sua volta,
🇬🇧 It’s also good for everyone around you,

🇧🇷 principalmente pra aqueles que vão chegar bem perto da sua bunda.
🇬🇧 especially for those who are going to get really close to your bum.

🇧🇷 Lave a sua bunda todos os dias.
🇬🇧 Wash your bum every day.

🇧🇷 Faça da lavagem da sua bunda um ato de devoção,
🇬🇧 Make washing your bum an act of devotion,

🇧🇷 e consequentemente um presente para o seu corpo.
🇬🇧 and consequently a gift to your body.

🇧🇷 A vida é muito curta pra você passar por este planeta com a bunda suja.
🇬🇧 Life is too short for you to walk around this planet with a dirty bum.


















15/10/2022

🇺🇸 I wake up everyday at 5 o’clock because the early bird catches the worm.
🇧🇷 Eu acordo todos os dias às cinco horas porque Deus ajuda quem cedo madruga.
👉 the early bird catches the worm = 🇧🇷 Deus ajuda quem cedo madruga (lit. “God helps those who get up at dawn”)

🇺🇸 You took a long time to do this, but better late than ever!
🇧🇷 Você demorou muito pra fazer isso, mas antes tarde do que nunca!
👉 better late than ever = 🇧🇷 antes tarde do que nunca

🇺🇸I’m fed up with my boss! Yesterday, my boss started screaming at me out of the blue!
🇧🇷 Eu tô de s**o cheio com o meu chefe! Ontem ele começou a gritar comigo do nada!
👉 to be fed up (with something) = 🇧🇷 estar de s**o cheio (com alguma coisa) (lit. to have the sack full with something/someone)
👉 out of the blue = 🇧🇷 do nada (lit. “from nothing”)

🇺🇸 Brazilian politicians are all cut from the same cloth!
🇧🇷 Os políticos brasileiros são todos farinha do mesmo s**o!
👉 cut from the same cloth = 🇧🇷 farinha do mesmo s**o (lit. “flour from the same bag”)










09/10/2022

🇧🇷 Então, ouvi falar que você vai pro Brasil!
🇬🇧 So, I’ve heard you’re going to Brazil!

🇧🇷 Sim, vou passar as minhas férias lá! Não vejo a hora!
🇬🇧 Yes, I’m going to spend my holiday there! I can’t wait!

🇧🇷 Ah, imagino! E, quando você vai?
🇬🇧 I can imagine! And when are you going?

🇧🇷 Daqui a dois meses e meio.
🇬🇧 In two and half months.

🇧🇷 Ah, não falta muito, então. Quanto tempo você vai ficar lá?
🇬🇧 Not long to go, then! How long are you going to stay there?

🇧🇷 Um mês, mais ou menos.
🇬🇧 About a month.

🇧🇷 Um mês é um bom tempo. E que lugares você vai visitar?
🇬🇧 One month is a good time. And what places are you going to visit?

🇧🇷 Vou passar uma semana no Rio e depois vou visitar o Nordeste.
🇬🇧 I’m going to spend one week in Rio and then I’m going to visit the Northeast.

🇧🇷 E onde você vai ficar, em hotéis?
🇬🇧 And where are you going to stay, in hotels?

🇧🇷 No Rio, vou ficar na casa de um amigo, e no Nordeste, em posadas.
🇬🇧 In Rio, I’m going to stay at a friend’s house, and in the Northeast, in posadas.
👉 “posadas” are not big enough to be considered hotels, they small inns/guest houses, often run by families.

🇧🇷 Fantástico! E como tá o seu português? Tem praticado?
🇬🇧 Fantastic, and how is your Portuguese? Have you been practising?

🇧🇷 Não muito, mas acho que vou conseguir me virar!
🇬🇧 Not much, but I think I’ll manage to get by!

🇧🇷 Ah, tenho certeza que sim! Bom, tenho que ir agora, eu tô dando uma aula em cinco minutos. Se precisar de alguma dica sobre o Brasil é só dar um grito, tá?
🇬🇧 I’m sure you will! Well, I have to go, I’m teaching in 5 minutes. If you need any times about Brasil, just give me a shout!

🇧🇷 Ótimo! Valeu, Fernando! Até mais!
🇬🇧 Great! Cheers, Fernando! Catch you later!
👉 Valeu! = An informal way of saying “Thank you!” - similar to “Cheers!” in British English. Mostly used amongst friends.

🇧🇷 Tchau! Até mais!
🇬🇧 Bye! See you later!












07/10/2022

🇧🇷 Dicas de modelo pra sair bem em fotos e vídeos de rosto.
🇬🇧 Modelling tips to look good in portrait photos and videos.
👉 a dica = tip

🇧🇷 Não fique totalmente de lado.
🇬🇧 Don’t be completely in profile.

🇧🇷 Tente manter um perfil 3/4 com o queixo e o nariz levemente inclinados pra cima.
🇬🇧 Try to keep a 3/4 profile with your chin and nose tilted slightly up.
👉 o queixo = chin
👉 o nariz = nose

🇧🇷 A mão pode entrar em cena, mas ela não deve ficar contraída.
🇬🇧 Your hand can come into the picture, but it shouldn’t be tight.
👉 contraído(a) = contracted, tight, shrunken, narrow

🇧🇷 Finja que vai pegar uma frutinha e… entrou a mão!
🇬🇧 Pretend you’re grabbing a fruit and… there’s the hand!
👉 fingir = to pretend (finja = Imperative of the verb fingir)

🇧🇷 A boca nunca deve ficar contraída também.
🇬🇧 Your mouth should never be tight either.
👉 a boca = mouth

🇧🇷 Soltou, pra fora, sopra e se não rolar coloca o dedinho, tira o dedinho. Prontinho!
🇬🇧 Loosen it, blow and if it doesn’t work, put your finger in, take it away and… done!
👉 soltar = to loosen, to let go, to set free
👉 soprar = to blow, to produce a current of air
👉 dedinho = diminutive of “dedo” (finger)
👉 rolar = literally “to roll”, but often used as slang for “to work out”, “to happen” (the way you expected).
👉 Prontinho! = Diminutive of “Pronto!” (Ready! or Done!)

🇧🇷 Os olhos devem mostrar expressão, então nunca fique com eles arregalados.
🇬🇧 Your eyes must be expressive, so never keep them wide-open.
👉 os olhos = eyes
👉 arregalado(a) = wide-open

🇧🇷 Sempre mantenha uma carinha baixa, como se estivesse bêbada.
🇬🇧 Always keep your face low, as if you’re drunk.
👉 a carinha = diminutive of “cara” (face)
👉 bêbado(a) = drunk
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01/01/2022

🇧🇷🎉Feliz Ano Novo! Are you ready to start the new year practicing your Portuguese? Today is Day 1 of the 15-day Record Yourself Challenge! Grab your camera, record yourself talking about the day’s topic and upload it as a post. Tag me and use hashtag (so everyone can check out each other posts in one place). I’ll then give you my feedback. Looking forward to seeing everyone practicing!











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Photos from Fun with Brazilian Portuguese's post 16/12/2021

🇧🇷 Do you accept the challenge? 😊 let me know in the comments if I can count on you! 😊











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08/12/2021

🇧🇷 Se você estiver procurando um presente original para dar a alguém que esteja aprendendo (ou que queira começar a aprender) o Português do Brasil, então um vale-presente para um dos cursos da FWBP pode ser a solução perfeita!

🇬🇧 If you are looking for an original gift for someone who is learning (or wants to start learning) Brazilian Portuguese, then an FWBP gift certificate could be the perfect solution!















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#葡萄牙語








07/06/2021

🎉🇧🇷🇺🇸Join me and Amanda this Thursday for a chat about Brazilian and American stereotypes. We’ll be going through some useful vocabulary, both in English and Portuguese, to describe people.








04/06/2021

🇧🇷 Como você, eu costumava ser infeliz tentando agradar as pessoas o tempo todo.
🇬🇧 Like you, I used to be unhappy trying to please people all the time.
👉 costumar = to be in the habit of, use to.
👉 agradar = to please

🇧🇷 Isso até eu descobrir… NÃO!
🇬🇧 Until I discovered… NO!

🇧🇷 Com “não”, você vai conseguir se libertar da constante aprovação alheia
🇬🇧 With “no”, you will be able to free yourself from the constant approval of others
👉 conseguir = to manage to do sth

🇧🇷 e vai fazer o que realmente tem vontade.
🇬🇧 to do what you really feel like.
versatilidade única!
🇬🇧 “No” is uniquely versatile!

🇧🇷 No ambiente de trabalho:
🇬🇧 At work:
👉 (Lit: at the work environment)

🇧🇷 Oi, você pode ficar mais dez minutinhos?
🇬🇧 Hi, can you stay 10 more minutes?

🇧🇷 Não!

🇧🇷 No ambiente familiar:
🇬🇧 With the family:
👉 (Lit. In the family environment)

🇧🇷 Seu tio tá lá embaixo, desce lá falar com ele!
🇬🇧 Your uncle is downstairs, go talk to him!

🇧🇷 Não!

🇧🇷 Na balada:
🇬🇧 At the night club:
👉 balada can mean “nightclub”, “disco”, or just “party”

🇧🇷 E aí, quer ficar comigo?
🇬🇧 Hey, want to hang out with me?
👉 The verb “ficar”, in a “romantic/sexual” context it can mean from “hook up” or a “one night stand” - it means going out with someone or just spending the night with someone.

🇧🇷 Não!

🇧🇷 E o melhor, juntamente com o “não” você pode levar gratuitamente
🇬🇧 And even better, with “no” you can use free of charge:

🇧🇷 PORQUE EU NÃO QUERO!
🇬🇧 BECAUSE I DON’T WANT TO!

🇧🇷 Você vai no churrasco da turma, né?
🇬🇧 You’re going to the class bbq, right?

🇧🇷 Não!

🇧🇷 Por que não vai? Todo mundo vai ficar bravo com você!
🇬🇧 Why not? Everyone will be angry at you!

🇧🇷 Porque eu não quero!
🇬🇧 Because I don’t want to!

🇧🇷 “Não” vai te permitir falar “sim” pra você mesmo.
🇬🇧 “No” means you can say “yes” to yourself.

🇧🇷 Comece agora a usar!
🇬🇧 Start using it now!

🇧🇷 Ou não!
🇬🇧 Or don’t!
👉 Lit. “Or, no!”

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28/05/2021

🇧🇷 a banana = 🇬🇧 banana
🇧🇷 o tomate = 🇬🇧 tomate
🇧🇷 a água = 🇬🇧 water
🇧🇷 o café = 🇬🇧 coffee
🇧🇷 o cachorro = 🇬🇧 dog
🇧🇷 o tubarão = 🇬🇧 shark
🇧🇷 a zebra = 🇬🇧 zebra
🇧🇷 o vaso = 🇬🇧 vase
🇧🇷 a zebra = 🇬🇧 zebra
🇧🇷 o castelo = 🇬🇧 castle
🇧🇷 o míssil = 🇬🇧 missile





Photos from Fun with Brazilian Portuguese's post 14/05/2021

👉 “Language Learning with Netflix” is a fantastic tool to use while watching Brazilian films and series on Netflix! Check it out! Do a search on the Google Chrome Web Store to download it (it’s a free Chrome Extension).












14/05/2021

🍿Looking for a Brazilian film or series to watch on Netflix? Check out this blog post first so you can see a list of all the titles available on Netflix (UK) with a synopsis and a trailer, to help you choose.
Go to: fwbp-academy.com/blog


















Photos from Fun with Brazilian Portuguese's post 04/05/2021

Of course I had to do this meme! 🤣 / Claro que eu tive que fazer esse meme! 🤣

















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#葡萄牙語


04/04/2021

🇧🇷Join me on this Live when I’ll be giving some useful tips to improve your Brazilian Portuguese pronunciation.












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#葡萄牙語





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bom (good) ➡️ melhor (better)ruim (bad) ➡️ pior (worse)grande (big) ➡️ maior (bigger)pequeno (small) ➡️ menor (smaller)#...
👉 acabei de + verb in the infinitive = I have just (done something)Acabei de almoçar. = I have just had lunch.👉 ter vont...
👉 The verb “tomar” is often used as a synonym for the verb “beber” (to drink): 🇧🇷O que você vai tomar? = 🇬🇧 What are you...
👉 Pagar mico / Pagar um mico = to be in an embarrassing situation, to embarrass yourself, to make a fool of yourself, to...
🇧🇷 Então, não lê a Runway?🇬🇧 So you don’t read Runway?🇧🇷 Não.🇬🇧 No.🇧🇷 E até hoje você nunca tinha ouvido falar sobre mim...
🎉 New video! 🇧🇷 Learn essential vocabulary for your wardrobe in this fun and interactive video!  Expand your vocabulary ...
👉 Caracas! = Interjection to express surprise, amazement, astonishment. Wow! 👉  Nossa senhora! (Sometimes just “Nossa!”)...
🐮Nem que a vaca tussa! = Lit. “Not even if the cow coughs!” | Not in a million years! #brazilianportuguese #brazilianexp...
👉 a insônia = insomnia👉 a queda de cabelo = hair loss👉 a tontura = dizziness👉 o zumbido no ouvido = ringing in the ears....
🇧🇷 ele / ela = he / she🇧🇷 esse/essa = this, that (masc/fem)🇧🇷 seu = your🇧🇷 céu = sky🇧🇷 mês = month🇧🇷 pé = foot🇧🇷 feliz =...
🌧️🐎👉 Pode tirar o cavalinho da chuva! = That’s not going to happen! Forget about it! Similar to the English expressions ...
👉 The word “brincadeira” has two main meanings, depending on the context. It can be “children’s play (🇧🇷 “A dança das ca...

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