Carl and I recently spent 12 amazing days in Toulouse, France. Carl’s father lives there and we had a special family reunion to see Carl’s 80-year-old grandmother who was coming to visit from Zimbabwe. It was truly wonderful. One day we walked into a pharmacy to get something for Carl’s grandma.
We’re all familiar with what a “dor de cabeça” (headache) is, both the phrase and the way it feels to have one, but other unwanted things sometimes occur to us or to people we come across in our day-to-day lives and it’s important to know how to talk about them in Portuguese, too. That being said,