Eu gostaria, claro que sim! Tem tanta gente que fala Português. As culturas do Brasil, de Portugal e do Ultramar são tão ricas - artes, baile, comida, escritos, explorações, música, pesquisas. Que oportunidade.
Mas existe possibilidade de tal acontecer? Preciso praticar a Língua, mesmo falando-a todos os dias. E concordo, que oportunidade! :)
Obrigado amiga .... Voce e linda também ..
você e de onde fala em portugues
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.
I didn't know you speak portuguesenao sabia que voce fala portugues is actually badly structured, the correct way is 'não sabia que você falava português', and this means 'I didn't know you spoke portuguese'.
voce sabe portuguesThe Portuguese translation for the English word renditionis rendição.
É verdade. Não deixe barato.
'I would like you stay with me now to protect you and turn you the most happy woman in the world' its something like this.
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.
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Viva = To celebrate Voce = you Celebrate You or cellebrating you.
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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 Portugal. For peninsular Portuguese still keeps the 'you' [tu] form for children and the close circle of familiy and friends. Portuguese speakers aren't required to use subject pronouns. For the verb endings indicate whether the subject is first ['i'], second ['you] or third ['he/she/it] person. *The sound is like 'ow' in the English words 'how' and 'now'.
como voce esta? - with accents above the C in voce and above the A in esta.
I like you very much.
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voce e Linda/bonita = woman voce o Lindo/bonito = man