Today's Portuguese lesson will teach you another slang word for beer in Brazil. After all, it's Friday!
Here's a fun Brazilian slang word that will make you sound very Brazilian. Breja = beer
(terra.com.br) In some of the cities I lived in, my stay was short, so finding a good and quick food fix was a priority no matter where I landed. If you’ve been on the streets of Brazil at night, you’ve most likely walked by a food cart or truck. If you’re lucky, you’ve even sat down for a bite and
(Source) It was 1984 and the southern city of Blumenau had recently been sunk in 50 feet of water by heavy flooding, a repeat of the events of the year before. The city and its residents were once more in shock and grief. Meanwhile, the mayor at the time, Dalto dos Reis, had been looking to put
Brazil is one of the heaviest consumers of beer in the world. However, you'll find that the majority of the population exclusively consumes a macro brew here called Skol. It is a very refreshing pilsner, but if you are like me and enjoy tasting microbrews and stronger beers, you may find yourself
Your word today is beer: Cerveja Cerveja is a feminine noun: a cerveja In Brazil, we like our beer very cold. So you commonly hear Brazilians ordering beer like this: Uma cerveja bem gelada, por favor. (A very cold beer, please.) And here is how you order