“Acabar” is a very useful verb, it can have some different meanings when used by itself or together with another verb. Let’s see the three meanings it can have!:
Asking “why?” in Portuguese is a little bit hard even for native speakers, to ask “why” sometimes. The reason is that we have two different words:”por que” and “por quê.”
P.S.: They (4) are all pronounced the same way.
The preposition “a” is commonly used together with verbs, with the same meaning of “to” in English. Firstly, let’s see how the preposition “a” changes according to the article that comes together with it.
Today I want to talk about a very simple way to talk about the future in Portuguese. It’s the most common way to say “I will” or “I’m going to:” Continue reading “Super Simple Future + Verb to Go”
The verb “to be” in Portuguese isn’t easy like in English. I’ve made a verb conjugation table to show you guys how to say “I am,” “you are,…”
One of the most difficult points of Portuguese language is conjugating verbs! Although Portuguese Portuguese has 6 pronouns to conjugate, in Brazilian Portuguese we have only 4!
Saying “I’m able to…” is very important when learning a new language. This is one of the hardest points of the Portuguese language, because there are different ways to say “I can,” or “I’m able to.”
Learning a language’s pronouns is one of the
most useful thing when talking about studying a foreign language. Continue reading “Portuguese Pronouns”