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How do you say 'thank-you' in Portuguese the language of Brazil?


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2009-06-20 02:38:59
2009-06-20 02:38:59

If you are a woman, you must say "obrigada"

If you are a man, you must say "obrigado" .

However, it's common for many woman to say obrigado,but this applies only in informal talking.

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