I wrote about the verb Pegar before. In one of my posts I showed you five handy expressions with Pegar. On a second article, I discussed a common mistake in using the verb. This post will focus on yet another useful meaning of the verb Pegar.
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- Você pode me pegar no aeroporto?
= Can you pick me up at the airport?
Pegar = to pick up, to get
Additional examples with the verb Pegar to help you with your Portuguese:
- Eu te pego no trabalho às 6 para ir jantar.
= I will pick you up at work at 6 to go have dinner.
- Você pegou as roupas na lavanderia?
= Did you pick up the clothes at the cleaners?
- Desculpem. Estou atrasado. Tive que pegar as crianças na escola.
= I’m sorry. I am late. I had to pick up the kids at school.
- Preciso sair um pouco mais cedo hoje para pegar um pacote no correio.
= I need to leave a little early today to pick up a package at the post office.
Other Lessons for You:
- If you are wondering about the use of “no” as in “no correio”, visit our video lesson to learn more about prepositions: De São Paulo, Do Brasil – Learn How to Say It Right - with Video
- Check out our video lesson on how to use the verb Precisar and say what you need - with Video
- Learn 5 useful expressions with the verb Pegar - with Video
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