If you are learning Portuguese, you probably know how to say Brazilian in Portuguese. And you likely know how to say your own nationality.
But you can say that you like French wine, love Swiss cheese, cannot live without Indian food, and drive a German or Japanese car?
Check out our flashcards to learn 49 nationalities (= nacionalidades) in Portuguese so you can engage in world conversations confidently.
The flashcards have sound so you can learn the pronunciation. Explore the different ways to view the cards, including game mode, to improve your learning experience.
For the grammar lovers: These adjectives that say where someone or something is from are called adjetivos pátrios.
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Tips to use the flashcards
- Use the drop down menu below the cards to choose a study mode.
- In Flashcard mode, click Options on the top right side to enable sound and choose if you want to see the English or the Portuguese card first, or if you prefer to see both cards at the same time.
- Try the different study modes to make it more fun and see what works better for you.
- If you like games, choose Scatter or Space Race study modes.
We have more flashcards in our Portuguese Starter Kit. Check them out too!
One of the best ways to retain new vocabulary is to use it in context. Your brain will retain the new words better if it sees them in real-life use.
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A leitura eletrônica deixou algumas incorreções.
Por exemplo, europeia virou “europêia”, e sueco virou “suêco”.
Oh, that is sad. Thank you for letting me know. Unfortunately I cannot change that.