How do you say i speak Portuguese in Portuguese?
Eu falo português.
"Você fala português?"
I speak a little Portuguese = eu falo um pouco de português.
Olá, eu falo português.
"Eu não falo Português" :)
Harmony is harmonia in Portuguese. (Brazilians speak Portuguese not "Brazilian").
Você fala português (Brazil) Falas português (Portugal)
Brazilians speak Portuguese not Brazilian
Portuguese is the national language of Brazil so I'd say most of them
Fala Devagar em Portugues.
ummm.... they speak portuguese!
In Brazil, they don't speak Brazilian, they speak Portuguese. And in Portugal they speak Portuguese as well.
I speak English = Eu falo inglês.
"Brazilian" is not a language, however Brazilians speak Portuguese. You say "Alimento"
No, Rihanna cannot speak Portuguese.
'brazilian' is not a language --' they speak portuguese and 'sujo' would be the answer
They speak Portuguese & it's "carro". (Ca-ho)
Are you asking me if I can speak portuguese ? Yes, I do. Are you asking me how can you learn the portuguese language ? At Livemocha.com.
voce fala ingles? Você fala Inglês
Posso falar com Martin
Falo, sim. Falo portugues. Yes, I speak Portuguese.
I can speak portuguese, may I help you ?
Portugal was the first nation to speak Portuguese
Because they were colonized by the portuguese; that's the reason why brazil speak portuguese also.
There is not a language called Brazilian. Papai Noel is the Portuguese for Santa Claus. Here in Brazil we speak Portuguese.
Eu nao falo portugues can be shortened to Nao falo portugues. Eu = I. nao = not. falo = speak [the verb form ending in -o indicates that the speaker is first person, or I]. portugues = Portuguese.
no we do not speak Portuguese.
No, we speak Portuguese.
Angolians speak portuguese
"Falo italiano" is a Portuguese equivalent of "I speak Italian." The verb "falo" means "(I) am speaking, do speak, speak." The masculine noun "italiano" means "Italian." Its singular definite article is "o" ("the"). The pronunciation is "FAH-loo ee-tuh-LYAH-noo."
As of 2013, about 215 million people in the world speak Portuguese.
i think you will find that in Brazil the speak Portuguese. havath dono dajo
99.9%. There are some people who speak native Indian languages, but almost all of these speak Portuguese as well.
English is not the official language of Portugal, however, many portuguese people can speak english fluently over there.
Voce gosta may be abbreviated to 'ce gosta or just plain gosta among close friends. This is the verb that you'd use, for example, to say 'Do you like to speak Portuguese? That sentence would be translated as Voce gosta de falar portugues? Voce = you. gosta de = like. falar = to speak. portugues = Portuguese.
Eu nao falo Português, só um pouco.
Brazilian isn't a language. But Portuguese which is what we speak you say "Feliz Ano Novo"
Oi or Ola! Oi, Olá. Brazilians speak portuguese, so it's olá!
Say, do you know how to speak Portuguese? 'Viu você sabe falar em português' means: 'You see, you know how to speak in Portuguese'. It's not a question but instead an affirmation.
"Can you speak English?" in English is Você fala inglês? in Portuguese.
then we speak portuguese instead of English
They can speak portuguese if taught. badum tschh
You're joking right? Everybody in Brazil speaks Portuguese as it's the native language. About 192 million people there speak Portuguese.
the two African island nations that speak Portuguese are Sao Tome and Princepe.
We speak Portuguese & we use "good day" when we mean "good morning", Bom Dia.
First of all Brasilians speak portuguese. I am lost would be "Eu estou perdido"
The Portuguese equivalent of the English sentence 'You do not speak Portuguese' is the following: Voce nao fala portugues; or tu nao falas portugues. The Portuguese pronunciation is the following: voh-SAY now* FAH-luh paw-too-GAYSH; and too now* FAH-luhsh paw-too-GAYSH. The word-by-word translation is the following: 'voce' and 'tu' mean 'you'; 'nao' 'not'; 'fala' '[He/She/It/You] speak'; 'portugues' 'Portuguese'; 'falas' '[You] speak'. The first example tends to be used in Brazil. Both examples may be used in… Read More
Although there was a sizeable immigration from Portugal to France (it is the largest foreign community in France), you will not hear people speak Portuguese. People in Paris speak French.
They are Brazilian and they speak portuguese as their official language
He can speak Portuguese, English & Spanish.
yes, they do speak english.