- 1 What do you say in Portuguese?
- 2 What’s up in Portuguese slang?
- 3 How do you say common phrases in Portuguese?
- 4 How do you use O Que in Portuguese?
- 5 Do you tip in Portugal?
- 6 How do you use Portuguese in a sentence?
- 7 What is the response to Obrigado?
- 8 How do you greet in Portuguese?
- 9 What does magina mean in Portuguese?
- 10 What is the Portuguese national drink?
- 11 How do Portuguese greet each other?
- 12 What is OK Portuguese?
- 13 What does VS mean in Portuguese?
- 14 How do you say WYD in Portuguese?
What do you say in Portuguese?
45 Basic Portuguese Phrases and Words for Absolute Beginners
- Bom dia/Boa tarde/Boa noite — Good morning/afternoon/night.
- Olá — Hello.
- Oi — Hi.
- Alô/Está lá — Hello (on the phone)
- Tchau — Bye.
- Até logo! — See you later!
- Até amanhã — See you tomorrow.
- Adeus — Goodbye (formal)
What’s up in Portuguese slang?
“ E ai (ee-eye-ee) is a mouthful of vowels that basically means “What’s up?” It is most commonly used as a way to greet friends, often followed by a Tudo bem? or Beleza?. If the conversation is even more intimate or among friends, it will most certainly contain a mano or cara (Brazilian slang for dude/bro).
How do you say common phrases in Portuguese?
Top 10 Portuguese phrases and sentences you need to know
- Bom dia. = Good morning.
- Boa tarde. = Good afternoon.
- Meu nome é Mondly. = My name is Mondly.
- Muito prazer em conhecê-lo. = I’m pleased to meet you.
- Como vai você? = How are you?
- Bem, obrigada. E você?
- Gostaria de uma cerveja. = I’d like a beer.
How do you use O Que in Portuguese?
In Brazil we use O que. When to use O QUE
- O que você vai pedir? = What are you going to order?
- O que ele disse? = What did he say?
- O que esse homem quer comigo? = What does this man want with me?
- O que é “zero bala”? = What is “zero bala”?
- O que aconteceu? = What happened?
Do you tip in Portugal?
Except for restaurants and taxis, tipping in Portugal is not a typical action for locals. Don’t feel you have to tip someone even if they’re pressing you to do it. If the service wasn’t reward-worthy, then don’t reward it. In most restaurants and cafés, the employees don’t keep the tip to themselves.
How do you use Portuguese in a sentence?
Simply put, the basic Portuguese sentence structure is:
- Lastly, remember that the subject can be implicit sometimes.
- Escrevi um texto grande.
- Escrevi um grande texto.
What is the response to Obrigado?
‘ As Portuguese is a gender-based language, men say ‘obrigado’ with an ‘o’ at the end, and women say ‘obrigada’ with an ‘a’ at the end. This is the rule in any context. Sometime you may hear the more informal ‘ valeu ‘ that translates to ‘cheers’ and is common between friends and in more social situations.
How do you greet in Portuguese?
In Portuguese, people use the expressions Bom dia, Boa tarde and Boa noite both when saying hello and goodbye, as in Olá, bom dia – Hello, good morning or Adeus, boa tarde – Goodbye and good afternoon to you. For good evening, boa tarde is used before it gets dark and boa noite after.
What does magina mean in Portuguese?
“Magina” is a very informal way to say “imagina”. It’s more used in the informal spoken portuguese. Imagina means Imagine but is this case is like “no problem” (Sorry for my poor english)
What is the Portuguese national drink?
In a country of exceptional wines and ports, something that is often missed off visitors’ drinking lists is Licor Beirão. It might even be a surprise to some that its slogan ‘O licor de Portugal’ claims to be the national liquor.
How do Portuguese greet each other?
The most common and appropriate greeting for anyone is a handshake. In Portugal, handshakes are usually firm, although some Portuguese may prefer lighter handshakes. Among men who are close to one another, they will often shake hands and engage in a light hug or a light pat on the back.
What is OK Portuguese?
European Portuguese: está bem! Romanian: OK!
What does VS mean in Portuguese?
The Portuguese word for versus is versus, but I’ve noticed that anywhere one would write “vs.” in English, a Portuguese speaking person will write “x”.
How do you say WYD in Portuguese?
wyd? [abbreviation] (como está você?)