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Seasons in Portuguese Posted by on Jul 31, 2007 in Uncategorized

This post is self-explanatory. Visit this BYKI Web list to learn or practice the words for the different seasons in Portuguese.

There’s a funny saying in Brazil regarding the weather: “Inverno ou inferno” meaning that it’s either the winter… or it’s hot as heck

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Comments:

  1. G:

    ”There’s a funny saying in Brazil regarding the weather: “Inverno ou inferno” meaning that it’s either the winter… or it’s hot as heck”

    No it doesnt inferno means hell.

  2. Melissa:

    “”There’s a funny saying in Brazil regarding the weather: “Inverno ou inferno” meaning that it’s either the winter… or it’s hot as heck”

    No it doesnt inferno means hell.”

    You ARE being sarcastic, right? You DO know that it is said “hell” cause hell is hot?