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New Brazilian Commercials Posted by on Dec 8, 2010 in Culture, Economy

Brazil is known for having excellent PR firms which produce some really cool commercials, so here are a few recent ones for you to test your listening comprehension skills:

Havaianas Flip Flops

Part PSA, Part Commercial

Why are the guys in flip flops in trouble?


A beautiful video that went viral

Who organized the big smile event?

Pintos Shopping

This soap opera star got a lot of flack for this mall commercial

What does “tudo que vocĂȘ mais gosta” mean?



A dilemma at sea

What’s the verb for “to fit” that’s used in the commercial?


1. It’s illegal to drive in flip flops, so the officer is giving them a fine

2. Local radio stations

3. Everything you like best

4. caber

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  1. Kent Millard:

    I thought “shopping” was masculine. Yet in the Pintos commercial, he says “nova Pintos shopping” – several times.

    What am I missing?

    (Great site by the way – thanks)

  2. Mashawnda:

    Hahaha! I love these!