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Learn the most common ways of saying in Brazilian Portuguese that you think something/somebody is boring and how to say ‘I’m bored’.
In this post we’ll cover the the essential phrases in Brazilian Portuguese you need to learn if you are travelling in Brazil or if you just want to start learning the basics.
In this post you will learn how to pronounce 15 words related to Christmas in Brazilian Portuguese. Feliz Natal!
A lot of people confuse onde and aonde, including Brazilians! In this post you’ll learn the exact difference between them.
In this post you’ll learn when and how to use the word cadê, as well as the origin of this very popular word among Brazilians.
The verbs trazer and levar can be a bit confusing. In this post we’ll look at how to use them in Brazilian Portuguese conversation.
In this post you’ll learn how to pronounce the days of the week in Brazilian Portuguese, the origin of their names, their grammatical gender and which preposition to use with them.
In this post we’ll have a look at a very common noun in Brazilian Portuguese. A versatile word that you can use to refer to anything you want. The word coisa.