How do you say i have to go now in Portuguese?
eu tenho que ir agora
ela esta melhor agora ( she is better now) Portuguese
The Portuguese equivalent of the English question 'Will you go out with me' is the following: Tu sair
Adormecer or Vai Dormir
Vamos à Portugal !
Você vai à igreja?
Posso ir la fora?
right now In Portuguese = neste instante OR agora mesmo
to say yes in portuguese you say "se"
to say language in portuguese, you would say 'lingua'
Go in as disappear: 'esconder' Go in for an exam: 'tentar', 'participar' Go as in go somewhere: 'ir'
Vamos Portugal ! Para a frente, Portugal !
We can not answer your question because foolishly you have neglected to say what it is you want to say in Portuguese.
"Fuzzy"-and yes, this is the way to say it in Portuguese
In Portuguese, turkeys say "glu glu".
How do you say with your lips in portuguese?
how do you say girl in Brazilian portuguese
Eu te amo agora, e para sempre.
Deus te acompanhe.
they say gobble gobble in English but portuguese idk about that! Answer They say 'glu glu'
Não vá quebrar meu coração
Feliz Natal is how you say Happy Christmas in Portuguese.
meal in portuguese is refeicao
enought in portuguese is tempo
namorado in Brazilian portuguese
Hugs in Portuguese is ABRAÇOS.
the Portuguese for garbage is 'lixo'
you should say "translation into" another language.
Brazil- Você é minha vida. Portugal- Tu és minha vida.
if you wish to say the word "things" in portuguese, the word is "coisas" Learning Portuguese will be a step in the right direction.
Céu (paraíso, where the good persons will go after death . Céu físico = sky.
The same as "beginners"? = "iniciantes", in Portuguese.
tornado in Portuguese is tornado too
Eu falo português.
Wives translates to "esposas" in Portuguese.
plantar wart in portuguese
"choices" means "escolhas" in portuguese.
The same as in Portuguese: Casa.
The word for "twins" in portuguese is "gêmeas"
???? It depends what you want to say like hello in Portuguese is Ola etc...
In Brazilian portuguese, girls and women say : "Olá lindão" (leendawn)
The correct way to say Happy Birthday to someone who speaks European Portuguese is as follows. Say "Feliz aniversario." That means Happy Birthday in Portuguese.
To say "help me" in Portuguese you would say "me ajude". This is said in many different languages.
Go on say now and find it .
The Portuguese equivalent of the English sentence 'I don't understand you' is the following: Eu nao entendo voce. The Portuguese pronunciation is the following: AY-oo now een-TEHN-doo voh-SAY. The word-by-word translation is the following: 'eu' means 'I'; 'nao' 'not'; 'entendo' '[I] understand'; and 'voce' 'you'.
Brazilians are Brazilians. Now as far as Hispanics go, nope. Brazilians do not speak spanish, we speak portuguese thus making us Lusophones, people who mother tongue is portuguese.
Ótimo - Brazilian Portuguese Óptimo - European Portuguese Grande
You say "aventura".
You say "colher".
You say "multiplicar"