How do you say 'Go Portugal go' in Portuguese?
Vamos Portugal ! Para a frente, Portugal !
Vamos à Portugal !
Simple go to the embassy of the country you wish to visit. For example if you're North American and need a Visa to, let's say, Portugal, then you have to go to the Portuguese Embassy in the United States of America to require a visa and other significant information regarding the stay in Portugal.
The Portuguese equivalent of the English question 'Will you go out with me' is the following: Tu sair
Vamos à Portugal !
Go in as disappear: 'esconder' Go in for an exam: 'tentar', 'participar' Go as in go somewhere: 'ir'
Both Portugal and Spain fought to be leaders in that field. They had the sea right there. Portugal started it for 2 reasons. 1st- Portuguese wanted to wipe out the other religions. 2nd- The Arabians had closed their frontiers and the Portuguese ships couldn't go throw to India from the Mediterranean.
Adormecer or Vai Dormir
Posso ir la fora?
Você vai à igreja?
Vai or Vai embora agora - The first one is to go and the latter one is to "leave now"
eu tenho que ir agora
The Portuguese equivalent to the English question 'How are you' is the following: Como vai voce; or Como vas? The Portuguese pronunciation is the following: KOH-moo veye* voh-SAY; and KOH-moo vahsh. The word-by-word translation is the following: 'como' means 'how'; 'vai' and 'vas' '[you] go'; 'voce' 'you'. The first example may be used in Brazil and Portugal. But the second example is used in Portugal. For peninsular Portuguese still uses the 'you' [tu] form with… Read More
Ir para casa Ir ao banheiro Ir para a cama, ir dormir.
Deus te acompanhe.
Não vá quebrar meu coração
Como vai voce hoje? Como= how. vai=go, do go, are going. voce=you. hoje=today.
Potato chips to go. (Said at McDonald's, e.g.) in Portuguese = Batatinha pra viagem.
Céu (paraíso, where the good persons will go after death . Céu físico = sky.
The Portuguese are the soccer champions of Europe, for Soccer. Although they came 2nd in the 2004 world cup, their overall results for their soccer history is outstanding. GO PORTUGAL!!!!!!!!
"go"- verb "to go" = ir (irregular verb) "to" in the sense of place = à "mass"= missa Go to mass. = Ir à missa. Let's go to mass. = Vamos à missa. I go to mass. = Eu vou à missa.
3400.61 milesto go to New York from Portugal
Faça com que eu pense em uma viagem.
Já é hora de ir à academia de ginástica.
In its imperative form: Vai à loja! Spell it like this: Vahi ah lohdja!
You should go to Portugal to experience European life. While in Portugal, you can relax and enjoy the hospitality of the portuguese people. You can go sight seeing while learning about their culture. Portugal has a very relaxing atmosphere and the beaches have white sand and clear blue water. There are different types of food that everyone is sure to enjoy that can be both traditional or have a moder twist on them. If you… Read More
There are a few ways to be a Portuguese citizen: 1. You can be born in Portugal. 2. You can move to Portugal and apply for a visa then wait a bit and apply for citizenship 3. If you have parents who were born in Portugal (Sometimes they will accept extended family ie. Grandparents and the such) you can become a duel citizen (this is for US/Portuguese duel citizenship, but I imagine it is similar… Read More
Portugal has never won world cup but i know in my heart the will one day trust me go Portugal go !
Portugal will take an hour on a plane (: Very nice place to go to, I quite often go to UK from Portugal. I recommend Portugal to anybody(: Awesome place, just beautiful.
"Where are you now?" is an English equivalent of the Portuguese phrase Aonde você está agora? The question models the formal second person singular in Portugal and the formal and informal second person singular in Brazil. The pronunciation will be "a-ONDJ vo-SEY-sta-GO-ruh" in Cariocan Brazilian and continental Portuguese.
Adeus. The origin of the word actually is composed by two words. A and Deus, which means "To God". As in go with God.
shes not. why would she go to portugal?
Eduardo Portugal goes by EdO.
so portugal can be rich
Yes she can go on any language server.
Wasn't it the Portuguese? The Pope allocated Brazil to them, the rest of South America to the Spanish. Spaniards did on occasion go to Brazil, but it was colonized, controlled, and primarily settled by the Portuguese.
Gostarei de ser tua irmã! and Gostarei de ser sua irmã! are Portuguese equivalents of the English phrase "I will love to be your sister!" Context makes clear whether one informal singular "you" suits for Brazil (case 2) or for Portugal (example 1). The respective pronunciations will be "GO-stuh-REY djee ser TOO-uh eer-MOW" and "GO-stuh-REY djee sey SOO-uh eer-MOW" in Cariocan Brazilian and in continental Portuguese.
Vá para casa, Vai para casa! and Vão para casa! are Portuguese equivalents of the English phrase "Go home!" Context makes clear whether one "you" in Brazil (case 2) or in Portugal (example 1) or two or more "you all" (instance 3) suits. The respective pronunciations will be "va PA-ruh KA-zuh," "veye PA-ruh KA-zuh" and "vow PA-ruh KA-zuh" in Cariocan Brazilian and in continental Portuguese.
Portuguese man of war is a siphonophore, when it stings you, you die
Actually, some people may not know that he was the Prince of Portugal, and since he didn't want to travel himself he sponsored many people to go on voyages for him. These people wouldn't of had the chance without him. That is why he is know as the Patron of Portuguese explores.
Portugal is a very beautiful country especially in the summer when you can go to the beaches or go up to the north and look at the greenery of the mountains and see the beautiful flowers and plants.
I think it would be vá para o ouro, or corra atrás do ouro no its VA a la escuela or vamos a la playa.
Puppy is called Cachorrinho in Portuguese. If you need to translate anything else, you can go to freetranslation.com
What is city life like in Portugal or what are some good websites to read about city life in Portugal?
City life in Portugal is really good, some people think Portugal is just like other country but it's not, it' more then that. It's a bit had to explain, but i can tell you that, when you go to Portugal you will have the time of your life. Like i do, when i go to Portugal, i love rideing my bike because i feel like I'm free, like i, i, i, I'm so but it's… Read More
"pt." is the abbreviation of Portuguese. If you wanna write specific about the Portuguese variant/accent from Brazil, you can write "pt_br."/"pt-br." You can go with "pt_pt."/"pt-pt." if talking about the Portuguese accent or European Portuguese.
they went to the new world
You would have to go through Spain and possibly Andorra.
In 2007, Portugal was visited by 10.7 Million tourists
Yes, he did in Portugal.
Posso ir ao banho is a Portuguese equivalent of 'May I go to the bathroom'. The verb 'posso' means '[I] am able to or can'. The infinitive 'ir' means 'to go'. The word 'ao' combines the preposition 'a' and the masculine definite article 'o' to mean 'to the'. The masculine noun 'banho' means 'bathroom'. All together, they're pronounced 'POHSO-soo eeh* ow BAH-nyoo'. *The 'r' in Portugal and according to the carioca accent of Rio de… Read More
Deus vá contigo. We usually use the form "Go with God", vai com Deus.