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Tudo acaba em pizza Posted by on Sep 18, 2009

Today, we’re going to learn a handy phrase: tudo acaba em pizza. A rough English equivalent would be “All’s well that ends well,” though it means that no matter how good or how bad something may go, everything works out in the end and goes back to the way things were. Keep in mind that…

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Favorite Pizza Rodizio Posted by on Aug 5, 2009

Churrascarias (steakhouses) are very popular in Brazil, especially rodízios, which are all you can eat, when the waiters bring all kinds of different cuts of meat. But not as many people know that there are other types of rodízio restaurants, including Chinese food, sushi, appetizers, beer, crepes, and pizza. So for today’s interactive feature, the…

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Expressions with food in Portuguese – Part II Posted by on Sep 20, 2018

E aí, gente? What’s up, you guys? Our previous post earlier this week was about the many idioms and proverbs in Portuguese connected to the theme of food, eating and cooking. How about we check out some more today? I would suggest to grab a snack first! Mas cuidado pra não enfiar o pé na…

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Idioms in Brazilian Portuguese – Part 01 Posted by on Jan 6, 2012

Oi, tudo bem com você? Brazilian Portuguese has lots of cool and interesting idioms so let’s start learning some of them, tudo bem? Vamos começar? Abandonar o barco – literally it means to abandon the boat, to jump off ship. It’s used when you give up on a hard ongoing situation. Ele não aguentou a…

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