What would you like to do?
What is Wednesday in Portuguese?
The Portuguese equivalent to the English question 'How are you' is the following: Como vai voce; or Como vas? The Portuguese pronunciation is the following: KOH-moo veye* voh-…SAY; and KOH-moo vahsh. The word-by-word translation is the following: 'como' means 'how'; 'vai' and 'vas' '[you] go'; 'voce' 'you'. The first example may be used in Brazil and Portugal. But the second example is used in Portugal. For peninsular Portuguese still uses the 'you' [tu] form with children and the close circle of family and friends. *The sound is similar to the pronunciation of the English word 'eye'. This the Brazilian portuguese, the European portuguese you say: como vais? Or como é que vais? But we don't say that.... We use more slangish words or slangish ways of saying things. I'm from Lisbon, so ask away!!! It would be fun explain portuguese, and you can teach me proper English!
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you could say 'isso' or 'aquilo'
Como estás or the formal Como está
Thank you for asking. I am dying slowly with emphysema.
Você é rico (You are rich) Vocês são ricos.( two or more persons) ( You are rich)
If you meant were the country is: Portugal is a country in Europe. It shares borders with the Atlantic Ocean and with Spain, and forms the Iberian Peninsula. Portuguese is t…he only official language and they have a population of roughly 10 million people. If you meant were the language is spoken: Portuguese is spoken in Portugal, Brazil, Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde and East Timor.
The portuguese were the first explorers of the Atlantic Ocean and in great length, the Indian Ocean, where they made settlements, specifically in Brazil, Cape Verde Islands, A…zores and Madeira Islands, Ivory Coast (then called gold cost), São Tomé & Pincipe, Guinea, Angola, Mozambique, Timor, India (few settlements) and China (few settlements). The aim was to convert as many land to christianity, but they also established commercial routes of silk, spices and unfortunately slaves, to name but a few. Also credited for discovering the maritime route to India.
The portuguese are alive and well, right next to Spain, in the South-western most point of Europe.
You would say: O que você faz? Pronouced as [oh ki vo'se fa'3]
Portuguese is a language. THE Portuguese are the originals of Portugal.
"and" in portuguese is "e". For example: "Red and blue" = "Vermelho e azul" "Me and you" = "Eu e você"
Portuguese is a language which derives from the country Portugal. Other countries such as Brazil use this language as a form of communication.
I need to answer this question for school and i cant seem to find the answer in Elizabeth Brownings poem she writes about the Portuguese Who is the "Portuguese"? How… does this fact add to the romance of the poem?