In this lesson I will show you how to say “I have to” - as in "I have to work today" - in Portuguese. It is very easy. At the end of this lesson you will find practice exercises. To learn how to use the verb Precisar (to need), watch this other
Our lesson today is about the irregular verb Ter. Ter = To Have in English. I will teach you the conjugation of Ter in the present tense (presente do indicativo) and will give you lots of pronunciation tips. The pronunciation tips will work for your Brazilian Portuguese in
http://youtu.be/4gN3ZgGjYuk I notice an interesting difference between the way we express opinions using the verb gostar in Portuguese and to like in English. Let’s see an example: When I watch a cool video posted by a friend on Facebook, I might write this
http://youtu.be/3lfMQomcCWU How would you say the following sentence in Portuguese? Speaking Portuguese is fun. You were right if you said: Falar português é divertido. In English, we use the gerund – the -ing form – as the subject of a sentence: Speaking Portuguese is fun. In
When the World Cup (a Copa do Mundo) is around the corner, Brazilians all over the world have their jerseys ready and futebol is present in every conversation with friends. So let's get your soccer vocabulary ready with this Portuguese lesson!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=siQvtbzN-S8 I love celebrating birthdays! I think of a birthday as that very special day that brought us to this world and put the people we love in our lives. Now you will be able to chat about birthdays in Portuguese and to send and receive wishes of happy
I had the idea to write this post while I was teaching a class yesterday. My student had a few questions; he was confused about how to say "every day" and "the whole day" in Portuguese. It can be a bit confusing, I admit. The picture above says: Ontem passei o dia todo passeando em São