How do you say end in Portuguese?
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Eu sou , or simply sou . The verb form tells listeners that the speaker is the first person pronoun I.. Eu = I. sou = am.
The Portuguese equivalent of the English word 'what' is the following: qual ; o que ; que ; or que coisa . The Portuguese pronunciation is the following: kwow; oo kee; kee…; and kee COY-suh. The word-by-word translations are the following: 'qual' means 'what' or 'which''; 'o' 'the' ; 'que' 'what', in its use as a question word; 'coisa' 'thing'.. Examples of their use are the following: 'Que importa?' means 'What does it matter?' 'O que queres comer' means 'What do you want to eat?' 'Que coisa esquisita!' means 'What a strange thing!' And 'Qual carro voce dirige para o trabalho?' may mean 'What car do you drive to work?' or 'Which car [of the more than one that you or your family owns] do you drive to work?'
And = "e"
My = Meu (masc.) and Minha (Fem.)
"Meu portugues e terrivel," though the more accurate form would probably be "Meu portugues e pessimo."
I guess it depends on the context but you have the verbs terminar/finalizar. Still, it depends on the context.
"o fim". The End = O Fim in portuguese, but it's better to use just "Fim".
PortuguÃªs In English, I'd say closer to the second example, but more: porchooGEEZ. In Spanish, it's pronounced ''pawrr-too-GUESS"
VocÃª fala portuguÃªs (Brazil) Falas portuguÃªs (Portugal)
Eu falo portuguÃªs.
"Onde a festa nunca acaba"
Eu = I Tu = You Ele,Ela, = He, She. NÃ³s = We VÃ³s = You Eles = They NÃ³s moramos no Brasil = We live in Brazil.
If you mean food can, the answer is "lata". If you mean the verb can, the answer is "poder" (infinitive form). Present tense conjugation would be: eu posso (I can), tu podes/… vocÃª pode (you can - singular), ele pode (he can), nÃ³s podemos (we can), vÃ³s podeis/vocÃªs podem (you can - plural), eles podem (they can).
"VocÃª fala portuguÃªs?"