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Archive for November, 2015

9 gírias (slangs) from different regions in Brasil. Posted by on Nov 30, 2015

Brasil is so big and diverse that there are a good few words and expressions that are used in some places in the country, but people from a different region wouldn’t even know what they mean. Last week we learned a little bit more about some words and their correspondent in another part of Brasil,…

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Expressions with “bola” Posted by on Nov 25, 2015

Brazil is widely known as the country of football. The sport is a national passion and we are famous all across the globe for our talented players and teams. Football is definitely the most popular in our nation and it and an intrinsic part of our culture. Maybe that can explain the number of idiomatic…

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Different words – same meaning Posted by on Nov 23, 2015

Photo by Danuta Ferreira Bezerra e Silva

Hi everyone. Did you know that sometimes Brazilians from different parts of the country don’t understand each other even though we speak the same language? That is not only due to the accent, it is also because some of the words people use are regional. We have different names for objects and sometimes even different…

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Comics in Brazil Posted by on Nov 19, 2015

Semana passada (Last week), the 9th (nona) edition of FIQ – Festival International de Quadrinhos (International Comic Festival) was held in the city of Belo Horizonte. The event reúne (gathers) representative names of the graphic arts a cada dois anos (every two years), and it was elected the largest comic convention in Brazil . In…

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The latest tragedy in Brazil Posted by on Nov 17, 2015

On 6th November 2015 11 people lost their lives, 12 are desaparecidos (missing) and another 600 were left sem casa (homeless) after a barragem (dam) holding waste from an iron ore mine rompeu (collapsed) in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. At 60km/h, rivers of thick mud are flowing down valleys, and have already completely…

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