How do you greet in Portuguese?
Among Portuguese speakers, men tend to greet each other with hand shakes. Men and women, and women among women, tend to give each other friendly kisses on the area of the face below the cheekbones. In the process, men and women, and women among women, may include friendly hugs too.
The Portuguese equivalents to the English word 'greet' are the following: saudar; or acolher and receber. The Portuguese pronunciation is the following: sow*-DAH; ah-coh-LYEH; and heh-seh-BEH. The first example is used in the sense of the verbal greeting, of welcoming the listener in speech. Either one of the second example of equivalents is used in the sense of the physical greeting, of welcoming the listener in a warm manner, such as with a smile and…
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