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Some idioms in Portuguese Posted by on Mar 18, 2017

Oi, galera! Hey everybody! How about today we cover some common phrases and expressions in Portuguese that will surely help you on a daily basis? Below you will find many situations that take place regularly. Take a look: Cortesia e apresentações – Politeness and getting acquainted Oi/ Olá – Hi/ Hello Como vai?/ Tudo bem?/…

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The verb “ter” in Portuguese Posted by on Mar 9, 2017

Olá a todos! Hello everyone! Vocês têm muito o que fazer essa semana? Do you have a lot to do this week? The verb ter (to have) is essential and used with high frequency in Portuguese. Anyone who wants to master or become familiarized with the language should learn the basics. So today we are…

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The history of Carnaval Posted by on Mar 5, 2017

If you’re currently in Brazil, you’ll notice that talking about the carnaval festivities is an unavoidable assunto (subject) in the country for the past few semanas (weeks). As we all know, the event is an element of our national culture and widely celebrated throughout the nation, in addition to being a major feriado (holiday). People…

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Brazilian Carnaval costumes Posted by on Mar 4, 2017

Fantasias do carnaval brasileiro Carnaval is unfortunately over! But the boas notícias (good news) is there’s still plenty to talk about the most popular party in the country. Brazilian people are known for their alegria (joy) and bom humor (sense of humor). During carnaval, people take the opportunity to wear fantasias (costumes), put on glitter…

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Axé and Carnaval Posted by on Feb 24, 2017

Oi, pessoal! Hey, guys! Are you ready for Carnaval? Brazil’s longest-awaited party is only on February 28th, but the celebrations aqui (here) are already at full steam. The marchinhas (typical carnaval music that satirizes military marches), samba and frevo are some of the rhythms that get the party going, showing the diversity of the country and the…

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