- 1 How do you greet someone in Portuguese?
- 2 How do you respond to Como vai?
- 3 What is the response to Obrigado?
- 4 What do you say after Tudo bem?
- 5 What is OK Portuguese?
- 6 What is the response to Bom Dia?
- 7 Can a Portuguese person understand Spanish?
- 8 How do you say common phrases in Portuguese?
- 9 What does TOP mean in Brazil?
- 10 Do they say Tudo bem in Portugal?
How do you greet someone in Portuguese?
Basic Portuguese Greetings
- Olá (Hello)
- Bom dia (Good morning, lit.
- Boa tarde (Good afternoon)
- Boa noite (Good evening / Good night)
- Bem-vindo (Welcome)
- Tudo bem? (How are you, lit.
- Até logo / Até amanhã (See you later/tomorrow, lit.
- Adeus (Goodbye)
How do you respond to Como vai?
To reply to someone when they say, “como vai?” you simply have a few basic phrases you could use, depending on what mood you’re in. If you’re happy or doing well, you say Muito bem or Tudo bem. If you’re so-so, you say Mais ou menos.
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.
What do you say after 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.”
What is OK Portuguese?
European Portuguese: está bem! Romanian: OK!
What is the response to Bom Dia?
The response is the same “tudo bem”. “Legal”, pronounced “leh-gal” means “cool” and “nossa” means “wow”. “Bom dia”, “Boa tarde” and “Boa noite” mean “Good Morning”, “Good Afternoon” and “Good Night” respectively.
Can a Portuguese person understand Spanish?
False Friends in Spanish and Portuguese. Apart from the difficulties of the spoken language, Spanish and Portuguese also have distinct grammars. A Spanish speaker and a Portuguese speaker that have never been exposed to each other’s languages will understand around 45% of what the other says.
How do you say common phrases in Portuguese?
Greetings are often the first thing you cover when learning a new language—and in Portuguese, it’s no different.
- 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 does TOP mean in Brazil?
If I understand it correctly, it’s an internet slang. ” boyzão = big boy”, ” top = cool”. But that’s very informal:p.
Do they say Tudo bem in Portugal?
Yes, in a informal conversation.