- 1 What is the Brazil word of I Love You?
- 2 How do you call your boyfriend in Portuguese?
- 3 How do you compliment a girl in Portuguese?
- 4 What does Tudo bem mean?
- 5 How do you say I love this song in Portuguese?
- 6 Do you speak English in Portugal?
- 7 What is a good nickname?
- 8 What do you say in Portuguese?
- 9 How do you say WYD in Portuguese?
- 10 What is the response to Tudo bem?
- 11 Do they say Tudo bem in Portugal?
- 12 What is the response to Obrigado?
What is the Brazil word of I Love You?
The most traditional way to say ‘I love you’ in Brazilian Portuguese is te amo.
How do you call your boyfriend in Portuguese?
Apart from “love”—the most commonly used, other pet names for a lover could be: amoreco (“beloved”), môre (“special”), fofo (“fluff”), fofinho (“cuddles”), minha vida (“my life”), meu bebê (“baby”), paixão (“passion”), coração (“heart”), xuxuzinho (“sweet pumpkin”), flor de maracujá (“passion flower”)…
How do you compliment a girl in Portuguese?
1. Complimenting Someone’s Look
- Você é linda/lindo. (“You are beautiful/handsome.”)
- Que bonita(o) está hoje. (“You look good today.”)
- Você tem um sorriso lindo. (“You have a beautiful smile.”)
- Você é muito charmoso(a). (“You’re very charming.”)
- Você é estiloso(a). (“You’re stylish.”)
- Que gatinho(a)!
What does Tudo bem mean?
Tudo bem? Literally translating to ‘ Everything well? ‘, it is the most common way to ask ‘how are you? ‘ and usually follows after ‘oi’. So when you meet someone, try greeting them with ‘oi, tudo bem?
How do you say I love this song in Portuguese?
I love this song! Amo esta canção!
Do you speak English in Portugal?
Is it enough to get by in Portugal just speaking English, or will some basic Portuguese be needed? The short answer is that in big cities and tourist destinations like Lisbon and the Algarve, English is very widely spoken and you should have no problems getting by there.
What is a good nickname?
Cute Best Friend Nicknames
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)
How do you say WYD in Portuguese?
wyd? [abbreviation] (como está você?)
What is the response to Tudo bem?
If you want to say “How is it going?” you ask tudo bem? (“too-du bayn“,) and the response is tudo bom (“too-du bom“) or again tudo bem (“too-du bayn“), ie “Everything’s good. It’s going well.” If you want to get more colorful, your response could be beleza (“bell-ay-za“), which is to say “Everything’s beautiful.”
Do they say Tudo bem in Portugal?
Yes, in a informal conversation.
What is the response to Obrigado?
In some cases, when you say “obrigado” (which can also be “valeu!”, it is even more used than “obrigado” here in Brazil, mainly by younger people) some people can reply ” Obrigado você! “, mainly when you are buying something and you say it to the cashier. That’s it! = É isso aí!