How do you say language in Portuguese?
to say language in portuguese, you would say 'lingua'
you should say "translation into" another language.
Good morning, on the Brazilian portuguese language is " Bom dia ".
tu in portuguese
To say "help me" in Portuguese you would say "me ajude". This is said in many different languages.
Brazil's language is Portuguese. The word ugly in Portuguese is "feio".
Brazilian is not a language. Portuguese. And you say "Bem-Vindo(a)"
The main language in Cape Verde is Portuguese. In Portuguese, "You are cute!" is "Est
Feliz Natal Feliz Natal P.S. - The language of Brazil is Portuguese.
"Como está hoje"
The same as in Portuguese language, "Sargento"
"Porta-te bem" - informal portugal's portuguese "Porte-se bem" Formal portugal's portuguese / Brazilian portuguese
The correct is to say "stay well", which means in Portuguese language: Permaneça bem, conserve-se bem, mantenha-se bem. (they are equivalent phrases)
No language "inspired" Portuguese, but Latin was the language that Portuguese evolved from.
In Brazil, we say: "Por favor". The language of Brazil is portuguese.
Portuguese is the national language of Brazil so I'd say most of them
Available only on the portuguese language version.
Rainha da praia
brother in brazilian language
"Brazilian" is not a language, however Brazilians speak Portuguese. You say "Alimento"
As you probably know, the language usually spoken in Brazil is Portuguese. The Portuguese word for "excitement" is "excitamento".
'brazilian' is not a language --' they speak portuguese and 'sujo' would be the answer
'Lingua muito bonita'.
The same as on the Portuguese language : Pintor famoso.
Olá or Alô.
The language spoken in Brazil is Portuguese - not Brazilian. The word "friend" in Portuguese is "amigo" (male) or "amiga" (female).
Portuguese is the language of nostalgia.
Brazil isn't a language it's a country and Brazil's language is Portuguese so yeah.. that question doesn't sound to smart so how you say sweet dreams in portuguese is doce sonhos pretty positive!
In portuguese from Portugal you may say "desculpa-me" meaning "forgive me" or "peço desculpa" which means "(I) ask for forgiveness" or plain "desculpa" which means "sorry"
Portuguese is a language. THE Portuguese are the originals of Portugal.
There is no language called Brazilian. However, there is a dialect of the Portuguese language called Brazilian Portuguese. The verb "to attack" is "atacar". The imperative "attack" is "ataque". The noun "attack" is "ataque".
There is not a language called Brazilian. Papai Noel is the Portuguese for Santa Claus. Here in Brazil we speak Portuguese.
The portuguese language derives from the Latin language.
Brazilian is not a language, but Portuguese. And you'd say "por favor" (pronouncing poor-favor)
Thank you in potuguese is = Obrigado, grato, Agradeço-lhe.
In Portuguese and Spanish the word English is ' Ingles'
In portuguese (language spoken in Brazil) "soccer" is called: Futebol
In Portuguese, the native language of brazil, the word gun is arma.
Yes, Portuguese can be called a Latin based language.
As Portuguese is the official language in Brazil- "Bom Dia" would be used.
When you say 'tool', I'm assuming you're meaning an object in which one works or builds with. In the Portuguese language, the word tool is 'ferramenta'. It is pronounced fee-hi-me-en-ta.
Yes, the main language is Portuguese. They also speak in other languages. They are European immigrant, indigenous, bilinguaslism. But, the main language in Portuguese
Portuguese is the main language of Brazil and Portugual, but it is not "the main language" in any other context.
International Portuguese Language Institute was created in 1999.
Community of Portuguese Language Countries was created in 1996.
Madam is "Senhora" in portuguese language.
Onde está my real amor? But the Brazilian language is Portuguese!
Wait in Portuguese is Espere. To wait is Esperar. "Wait a second" is "Espere um segundo". Brazilian Portuguese and Portuguese from Portugal are the same language, only different accents like English from UK and English from US.