How to say help me to learn your language in Portuguese?
To say "help me" in Portuguese you would say "me ajude". This is said in many different languages.
to say language in portuguese, you would say 'lingua'
aprender - to learn aprendi - I learnt
you should say "translation into" another language.
i do not know but you can ask somebody else
Good morning, on the Brazilian portuguese language is " Bom dia ".
A person born in Portugal.
You must say : Eu vou aprender Português por sua causa !
tu in portuguese
Brazil's language is Portuguese. The word ugly in Portuguese is "feio".
listen to a song in that language say the word and then the word in american lots of times loud to help you remember
The correct is to say "stay well", which means in Portuguese language: Permaneça bem, conserve-se bem, mantenha-se bem. (they are equivalent phrases)
Brazilian is not a language. Portuguese. And you say "Bem-Vindo(a)"
Vive e aprende.
"Porta-te bem" - informal portugal's portuguese "Porte-se bem" Formal portugal's portuguese / Brazilian portuguese
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.
The same as in Portuguese language, "Sargento"
"Como está hoje"
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.
It is not really important, but it'll help you understand other people from around the world. So if you ever go to another country like japan then it'd be good to learn there language so you know what to say and what to do while you are over in a new place. It will help you out.
french.... or spanish but i mostly say french so it can help you later on in life and it also fun and hard to learn
brother in brazilian language
Rainha da praia
As you probably know, the language usually spoken in Brazil is Portuguese. The Portuguese word for "excitement" is "excitamento".
"Brazilian" is not a language, however Brazilians speak Portuguese. You say "Alimento"
Eu estou tentando aprender português
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!
The language spoken in Brazil is Portuguese - not Brazilian. The word "friend" in Portuguese is "amigo" (male) or "amiga" (female).
Estou a tentar aprender Português (European Portuguese) Estou -> I am a -> particle tentar -> trying aprender -> to learn (verb) Português -> Portuguese Estou tentando aprender o Português (Brazilian Portuguese) "What's your name?" = "Qual o seu nome?", or "Como você se chama?"
Olá or Alô.
'Lingua muito bonita'.
'brazilian' is not a language --' they speak portuguese and 'sujo' would be the answer
The same as on the Portuguese language : Pintor famoso.
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"
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".
I'm somewhat confused... If you're asking what language should I learn, with the language I already know which is vb.net... Then I'd say Delphi. If your saying what met language should I learn then I would say. Vb.net or also known as vb8.
There is not a language called Brazilian. Papai Noel is the Portuguese for Santa Claus. Here in Brazil we speak Portuguese.
You say Help in Kisii language of the African origin as Nkonye.
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 (language spoken in Brazil) "soccer" is called: Futebol
In Portuguese, the native language of brazil, the word gun is arma.
In Portuguese and Spanish the word English is ' Ingles'
You say " I am trying to learn Yoruba" in Yoruba language of the Western African origin as "Mongbiyanju lati ko ede yoruba".
You can say "aprenda el idioma".