Brazilian Portuguese vocabulary

Conjunctions (connector words) in Brazilian Portuguese

This page lists common conjunctions in Brazilian Portuguese. Conjunctions are words that connect parts of speech together to form more complex sentences.  In English, the words and, or and if are examples of conjunctions.   Examples of sentences using conjunctions in English include: See below for ten of the most common conjunctions in Brazilian Portuguese: also

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Days, weeks, months and years in Brazilian Portuguese

This page outlines days, weeks, months and years in Brazilian Portuguese. Days of the week in Brazilian Portuguese Before learning the days of the week, you may want to refresh your memory about numbers in Brazilian Portuguese.  The weekdays start with ordinal numbers (second, third, fourth, etc), followed by ‘feira’, which translates to ‘fair’ (e.g.

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Demonstratives in Brazilian Portuguese

table detailing how distance from the speaker changes use of demonstratives in Brazilian Portuguese

This page outlines use of demonstratives in Brazilian Portuguese. Demonstratives are words used to point to, or to draw attention to people or things. In Brazilian Portuguese, demonstratives must agree in gender (masculine, feminine or neutral), number (singular or plural) and in relative distance to the thing that is being pointed to.   Importance of distance

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