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Dude & “I’m in a Big Trouble” in Portuguese Slang Posted by on Aug 30, 2013

E aí galera? What’s up, guys? Today I will teach five different ways to say dude and expressions for “I’m in a big trouble”. Starting with dude, the first way to say that in portuguese slang is MANO. So in a sentence “What’s up dude?”, in this case will be: “E aí Mano?” As you know…

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08 Expressions with Verb “Estar” Posted by on Aug 28, 2013

Hello, there! The verb “estar” [to be] has a ton of expressions so I chose eight very interesting and useful ones to share with you today! Estão prontos? 01. Estar a fim de fazer alguma coisa = to feel like doing something O que você está afim de fazer hoje à noite? What do you…

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Cool and Awesome in Portuguese Slang Posted by on Aug 21, 2013

E aí galera? What’s up, guys? Today I will teach four different ways to say cool and awesome. The first word is the real meaning of cool, the word is LEGAL. One example that you can use this word in a phrase is: – “Legal cara!”  (That is the same of)  “Cool, man!” The second…

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Weekend Activities in Portuguese Posted by on Aug 19, 2013

E aí, pessoal? Tudo beleza? I was feeling kind of sad last Friday because some friends had traveled and I had absolutely nothing to do. As it turns out, I had a blast on the weekend so I thought I’d teach you how to say some common weekend activities in Portuguese. Estão prontos? Aí vamos…

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The New Brazilian Slang Teacher Posted by on Aug 14, 2013

E aí galera? What’s up, guys? My name is Leandro Nazar Rabelo, and this is my first post here. I’m here to teach some slang in Brazilian Portuguese doing vlogs, sketches, interviews, and maybe songs (lol). So here it’s my first video, introducing myself and teaching a few slang words, like how to greet and…

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How to say “mine”, “yours”, “theirs” in Portuguese Posted by on Aug 8, 2013

Hello, there! Today’s post is a suggestion by a reader and it is really useful info for you. We are going to learn how to say mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours and theirs in Portuguese. So first things first. Let’s review the possessive adjectives in Portuguese: meu(s) – minha(s) = my Meu carro quebrou!…

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Office vocabulary in Portuguese Posted by on Aug 5, 2013

Hello, there! Let’s kick off this week with a very useful list of office items in Portuguese. Remember to practice saying the words very slowly, then speed it up a bit. Repetition plays a major role in being fluent in a foreign language and I’m pretty sure your Portuguese will get better and better. Estão…

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