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by Charlles Nunes

My Portuguese Phrasebook


My Portuguese Phrasebook: An Essential Companion on Your Trip
Welcome! Thanks for downloading My Portuguese Phrasebook©. It was firstly conceived as an appendix to another ebook: ‘My Journey on Language Learning’. B-U-T... The number of visitors at www.learn-portuguese-now.com showed me that the Portuguese Phrases page was the 2nd one most visited on the whole Web site! So, why not going straight to the point and provide these visitors with exactly what they are looking for? ☺ Here they are, in 5 main categories. Have fun! • • • • • The Most Common Portuguese Phrases Cognates: Language Learning at First Sight The 100 Most Common Portuguese Verbs The 100 Most Common Portuguese Words 100 Portuguese Flash Cards: The Memory Back Up

On the first unit you will learn how to book a room, get a taxi, order a meal – and make yourself understood in 15 other occasions. On the next, there are 20 classes of Cognates – English and Portuguese words that have the same origin or that are related and similar in some way. There are about 1600 of them within both languages, and you will be able to recognize them in a wink of an eye! The third unit brings The 100 Most Common Portuguese Verbs into the scene, with one example for each case. Following, the 100 Most Common Portuguese Words – a short sample of the ebook ‘365 Common Portuguese Words’. Grab your free copy at www.learn-portuguese-now.com
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Finally, 100 Portuguese Flash Cards will help you contextualize the verbs from Unit 3. Each verb comes with two related words for its quick use, as well as a number from 1 to 100. Print them out, cut them and keep them always at hand. (The bathroom is my favorite classroom! ☺) You will realize that learning Portuguese is not rocket science! These can make it easier and faster for you to learn the Portuguese language. They represent more than 50% of the vocabulary used in every-day speech. I sincerely hope your ‘language journey’ may be much easier than mine was. Now it’s your turn: Grab your favorite beverage and a highlighter (if you’ve already printed your copy!☺), throw yourself on the sofa... and join me in this learning adventure! Unless your house gets on fire or the landlord requests it back, read this Ebook in full. Later, choose any unit you want, take a deep breath and dive in. As you know, every meaningful thing in life has a price – and its own value. When I started studying English, I faced several challenges (except a fire or an impatient landlord!) However, true friends enabled me to push forward with my studying plans. That’s why I must care about your progress. Someone has done it for me first. Let me emphasize that I am not the author of the words, sentences or techniques here presented. I am just a daily user. So, if anyone blames me that I’ve used other peoples’ ideas, never mind...

...I surely did. ☺

The next thing to saying a good thing yourself, is to quote one.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Index (You are here! ☺)


Unit 01 – The Most Common Portuguese Phrases


Unit 02 – Cognates: Portuguese at First Sight


Unit 03 – The 100 Most Common Portuguese Verbs


Unit 04 – The 100 Most Common Portuguese Words


Unit 05 – 100 Portuguese Flash Cards: The Memory Back Up


Articles • Common Words – A Matter of Perspective • As a Portuguese Teacher, I’ve Never Had Trouble Fixing Airplanes • Language Learning is NOT a Miracle! 38 39 41

A Dream Coming True Each and Every Day
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Have you ever heard the following? • • • • • • • • Will you marry me? One moment.com contact form. What an unforgettable evening!☺ Whether you are dating a Portuguese speaker. these sentences will surely help you improve your communication skills. learning the language for business purposes. when or whom you are with. Any comments will be warmly welcomed at the www.My Portuguese Phrasebook © Unit 01 – The Most Common Portuguese Phrases Do you know what to say at a Graduation? Congratulations! Have you ever been speechless at a Funeral Service? I’m Sorry.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 5 . Have you got change for a 50? How do you spell your last name? Is there a bathroom around here? Do you want to leave a message? What time does the next bus leave? Now you may kiss the bride! I still remember the first – and only – time I heard this last sentence..Learn-Portuguese-Now.learn-portuguese-now. some phrases are likely to be said or heard. According to where.. please. or planing to spend your next vacation in Brazil. Greetings Useful Expressions Language Help Directions Introductions Meeting People Money Going Shopping Taxi Airport Bus Station Hotel Restaurant On The Phone Special Occasions Goodbye Question Words Time Expressions Courtesy by www.

Com licença? Desculpe. Can you speak slower.. Sempre às ordens. I believe so.. eu não entendi.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 .My Portuguese Phrasebook © A. Acredito que sim. please. One moment. please. por favor. You’re welcome. I didn’t understand. Ainda não sei. 6 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Courtesy by www. please? Sorry. Language Help / Uma Mãozinha Na Conversação English Can you repeat that. por favor? Como se diz ‘pen’ em português? O que quer dizer ‘lever’? Fale de novo. Como vai. por favor. por favor? Desculpe. Muito obrigado. I don’t think so.. Greetings / Cumprimentos 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 English Good morning. / I don’t know yet. Português Acho que sim. Sempre às ordens. Thank you very much. tudo bem? Como vai? Que horas são? Que dia é hoje? Aonde você vai? Onde você mora? Onde você trabalha? Qual é o seu telefone? Quantos irmãos você tem? Tudo bem com você? B. please? Say it one more time. Useful Expressions / Expressões Úteis English I think so. How are you today? How are you? What time is it? What day is it today? Where are you going? Where do you live? Where do you work? What’s your phone number? How many siblings do you have? Is everything all right? Português Bom dia. Eu acho que não. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 17 18 19 20 C. Um momento. Fale mais uma vez. please? How do you say ‘pen’ in Portuguese? What does ‘lever’ mean? Can you say it again. Português Pode repetir. Any time. Excuse me? I’m sorry. Não tem problema. No problem. por favor. I still don’t know. Pode falar mais devagar.Learn-Portuguese-Now. De nada..

It’s upstairs.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 . / Turn right. This is my girlfriend / wife. Where are you from? I am American. Introductions / Apresentações English What’s your name? My name is Gusmim. 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 F. O prazer é meu. De onde você é? Sou americano (a). Let me introduce you to some friends. Posso usar o banheiro? Claro. Directions / Informações English Can you tell me where the nearest post office is? Excuse me. Nice to meet you. Is there a drugstore nearby? How can I get to the bus station? Where is the bus stop? Is it far from here? Turn left.My Portuguese Phrasebook © D. Siga em frente. Vire à direita. Tem alguma farmácia aqui perto? Como é que eu chego na rodoviária? Onde fica o ponto do ônibus? É longe daqui? Vire à esquerda. Do you speak English / Portuguese? Just / Only a little bit. É no andar de cima. It’s right on the corner.Learn-Portuguese-Now. Você é brasileiro (a)? Sou do Canadá. Nice to meet you.. Esse é meu namorado / marido Essa é minha namorada / esposa Prazer em conhecê-lo (a). Você fala inglês / português? Só um pouquinho. Deixa eu te apresentar uns amigos... Português Qual é o seu nome? Eu me chamo Gusmim. This is my boyfriend / husband. Onde eu posso trocar alguns dólares? 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 E. Go straight ahead.. May I use the bathroom? Sure. Fica bem na esquina. Meeting People / Conhecendo Pessoas English 50 51 52 53 Português O que você faz? Quantos anos você tem? Como você vai pagar? Onde você trabalha? 7 What do you do? How old are you? How are you gonna pay? Where do you work? Courtesy by www. Where can I exchange some dollars? Português Pode me dizer onde fica o correio mais próximo? Com licença. too. Are you Brazilian? I am from Canada.

. Going Shopping / Fazendo Compras English 67 68 69 70 71 73 74 75 76 77 78 Português Pois não? Obrigado (a). Do you know where I can find one? Will you pay with a credit card or in cash? 79 Can I pay with a credit card? 80 I will take that one. Vai querer a notinha? Can I help you? Thank you... 81 Do you want the receipt? Courtesy by www.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 8 . I am just looking. Quanto custa aquele lá? Tá caro! De quanto é o desconto? Você tem um mais barato? Quero pagar em dinheiro. Money / Dinheiro English Where can I exchange some money? Do you have change for a 50? (fifty) What’s the exchange rate today? Can you cash a check for me? Português Onde eu posso trocar dinheiro? Você tem troco pra 50? (cinqüenta) Qual é a cotação do dólar pra hoje? Você troca um cheque pra mim? 63 64 65 66 H.....My Portuguese Phrasebook 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 © How long have you been in Brazil? Where do you live? When is your birthday? How old is he? Would you like to go out with me? Do you wanna dance? Let’s go to the movies? Are you married? Do you have a boyfriend? Há quanto tempo você está no Brasil? Onde você mora? Quando é o seu aniversário? Qual é a idade dele? Quer sair comigo? Vamos dançar? Vamos ao cinema? Você é casada? Você tem namorado? G. How much is that one? It’s expensive! How much is the discount? Have you got a cheaper one? I want to pay in cash. Você sabe onde eu posso encontrar uma? Vai pagar em cartão ou em dinheiro? Posso pagar com cartão? Vou levar este aqui. estou só olhando.. How much is that wallet? I’d like to see some cellphones. Quanto custa essa carteira? Eu queria ver um celular.Learn-Portuguese-Now.

How much is the fare? Português Quanto fica até o Maracanã? Quero ir ao Hotel Copacabana. please. Is there a seat by the window? Is there a vacancy on the next bus? Aisle seat or window seat? Let’s get off on the next stop! Português Quando vem o próximo ônibus? Que horas sai o próximo ônibus para o Rio? Qual é o horário do ônibus para São Paulo? Ainda há lugar no ônibus das 3 para Volta Redonda? Quanto é a passagem pra Curitiba? Tem outro jeito para chegar lá mais barato? Uma passagem pra Recife. por favor.Learn-Portuguese-Now. please. Qual é o horário do vôo? Qual o número da plataforma? Qual o número do portão de embarque? Como se soletra seu nome? Todos os passageiros do vôo RJ104 queiram se dirigir ao portão 13. 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 K. Tem lugar na janela? Tem vaga no próximo horário? Corredor ou janela? Vamos descer no próximo! 9 Courtesy by www. por favor. Bus Station / Rodoviária English 94 When does the next bus come? 95 What time does the next bus to Rio leave? 96 What’s the schedule to São Paulo? 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 Is there a vacancy to Volta Redonda on the 3 PM bus? How much is a ticket to Curitiba? Is there any cheaper way to get there? A ticket to Recife. Dobre à direita. por favor. please? What is the departure time? Which platform? What’s the platform #? What’s the gate number? How do you spell your name? All passengers for flight RJ104 please proceed to gate 13. A segunda à esquerda. Taxi / Táxi English How much is the fare to Maracanã? I want to go to the Copacabana Hotel. Airport / Aeroporto English Where is the check-in stand? Can I have a roundtrip ticket to Miami. Turn on the second left. please. How long is the trip? I want a roundtrip ticket. A próxima à direita. Quanto é a corrida? 81 82 83 84 85 86 J.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 . Português Onde fica o balcão de check-in? Uma passagem de ida e volta pra Miami por favor.My Portuguese Phrasebook © I. Quantas horas de viagem? Quero uma passagem de ida e volta. Turn on the next right. Turn right.

Fica pronto em quanto tempo? Quer que embrulhe pra viagem? Estou com um pouco de pressa. What kind of juice do you have? Mineral water. Single or double? I’m sorry.. I have booked a room.My Portuguese Phrasebook © L. por favor? Posso deixar isso no cofre? Bom dia. Can you give me a wake up call at six please? I’m staying at the room 104. Solteiro ou casal? Desculpe. Eu sou vegetariano. Quero um quarto de solteiro e outro de casal. É pra viagem? Algo mais. senhor? Você me vê outra faca? Você me traz mais um copo? 10 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 Courtesy by www. How much is it per day? Do you have a double room? What’s the room number? I will stay until Wednesday. Pode me acordar às seis. Algum recado para o 104? Você me chama um táxi. Uma mesa pra 6. please.. Qual suco vocês tem? Uma água mineral. I’d like a single room and a double room. please. sir? Could you bring me another knife? Could you bring me another glass? Português Bom dia. Vocês tem refrigerante litro? Uma cerveja. How would you like your steak? Well-done.. Restaurant / Restaurante English Good morning.Learn-Portuguese-Now. Eu reservei um quarto.. 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 M. mas está lotado. What’s the special today? I will try. That looks delicious. por favor. A conta do 104... please. Is it takeout? Anything else. por favor. Como você quer o seu bife? Bem passado. Alô. I am a vegetarian. por favor. Quanto é a diária? Tem quarto de casal? Qual é o número do quarto? Vou ficar até quarta-feira. It’s full. Aquilo parece gostoso. por favor. por favor? Estou no quarto 104. Do you have bottled-pop? A beer. Pode ser no ponto. Português Bom dia. I want it medium-rare. please. How long will it take? Do you want a doggy bag? I’m in a bit of a hurry. por favor.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 . Qual é o prato do dia? Vou querer. Hello. Hotel / Hotel English Good morning... The bill for 104. Any messages for room 104? Can you get me a cab / taxi? May I leave it in the safe? Good morning. A table for 6 please.

How can I help you? Português Posso usar o telefone? Posso fazer uma chamada a cobrar? É chamada local? Alô. Garçom. The bill. Rare of well done? This meal is cold. Obrigado (a). He has just left. Eu ligo de novo.. Do you want to leave a message? Do you Want to leave a message? Can you take a message? May I take a message? No. Você me liga daqui a 10 (dez) minutos? Ele está no telefone. I’d like to talk to the manager. Eu queria falar com o gerente. Só um momento.. Qual o nome do senhor (do senhora)? Diz pra ele que é o amigo do David. Vai deixar recado? Quer deixar recado? Pode anotar um recado? Posso anotar algum recado? Não. please. this is John. May I talk to Ann? It’s her! May I talk to the manager? You’re talking to him. Quem gostaria? Só um minuto.. Alô! Posso falar com a Ana? É ela! Posso falar com o gerente? Tá falando com ele.. Can you call back in 10 (ten) minutes? He is on the phone. On The Phone / Ao Telefone English May I use the telephone? Can I make collect call? Is it a local call? Hello. 11 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 Courtesy by www. por favor. Can you wait on the line? Hello. One moment. Waiter – the bill. por favor? Ele não se encontra no momento. Ele deu uma saidinha. Alô.. Sou eu mesmo. I’ll call again later. Bem passado ou mal passado? Essa comida está fria. I’d like to talk to Mr. por favor..Learn-Portuguese-Now. Você pode me transferir. aqui é o John. Ramal 4243. por favor.. Pode fechar a conta.. sir? Madam Tell him it’s David’s friend.. Eu queria falar com o Seu Francis. Do you want to leave a message? She hasn’t arrived yet. Francis. Um momento. please.. Hello.. thanks. Hold on. Extension 4243 please.My Portuguese Phrasebook 140 141 142 143 144 145 © Can you pass the salt please? Pass the sugar. It’s him.. Can you transfer me to extension 4243. a conta. please! Me passa a sal. please.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 . please? He is not in at the moment. Who would like to speak with him / her? Hold on a minute. por favor? Me passa o açúcar. por favor! N.. Vou chamar. thanks. pode falar. Quer deixar recado? Ela não chegou ainda. please. Vai esperar na linha? Alô. Eu ligo mais tarde. I’ll call again later. obrigado. I’ll call him/her What’s your name.. Hello.

Congratulations! I’m sorry. Português Até logo! Até amanhã! Até a próxima Até mais.. obrigado. I’m sorry. Sorry. A que horas ele volta? Sabe que horas ela vai voltar? Pode me informar quando ela volta? Pede a ele pra me retornar a ligação? Tá chamando. Wrong number. but nobody’s answering.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 . Caiu a ligação. Speak louder.. please? It’s dialing... The call fell through. Só tá dando ocupado. 12 201 202 203 204 Courtesy by www. A linha tá ocupada. Felicidades! Feliz aniversário! Feliz Ano Novo! Feliz Natal! Igualmente. What time will he come back? Do you know what time she will be back? Can you tell me when she is back? Ask him to return the call.. Meus parabéns! Meus pêsames. Special Occasions / Ocasiões Especiais English Good luck! Have a nice trip! Have a nice vacation! Bon appetit. Divirtam-se! Estimo melhoras.. foi engano.My Portuguese Phrasebook 173 174 175 176 177 178 © 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 Which number did you dial? It’s 123 456 7890. Acabei de ligar. The line is busy. I’ve just called. desculpe. Saying Goodbye / Despedidas English See you later! See you tomorrow! See you next time. por favor! Pode falar um pouquinho mais alto? Só chama. mas ninguém atende. Wrong number.. Saúde! 188 189 190 191 192 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 P. please! Could you please speak a little louder? I’ve been calling. ninguém atende. Have fun! I hope you get better. but I can’t get through. Desculpe.. Que número você ligou? Aqui é do 123 456 7890. It’s busy. Bless you! Português Boa sorte! Boa viagem! Boas férias! Bom apetite.Learn-Portuguese-Now. Good luck! Happy Birthday! Happy New Year! Merry Christmas! The same to you. Till next time. O.. Número errado. Fala mais alto..

Question Words / Palavras e Frases Interrogativas English At what time? To where? What? With whom? From where? Whose? Where? What? To where? To whom? Why? Why not? Which one? When? How much does it cost? How much is it? How many? Who? About whom? Português A que horas? Aonde? Como? Com quem? De onde? De quem? Onde? O que? Para onde? Para quem? Por quê? Por que não? Qual? Quando? Quanto custa? Quanto é? Quantos? Quantas? Quem? Sobre quem? 209 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 R. Time Expressions / Expressões Temporais English In the evening In the afternoon Now Some years ago A couple of days ago Tomorrow Tomorrow morning The day before yesterday Before Sometimes Português À noite À tarde Agora Alguns anos atrás Alguns dias atrás Amanhã Amanhã de manhã Anteontem Antes Às vezes 13 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 Courtesy by www.Learn-Portuguese-Now. Have a nice trip! Have a nice weekend. Tenha uma boa viagem! Tenha um bom fim de semana. Bom fim de semana. Tchau. Good bye. Q.My Portuguese Phrasebook 205 206 207 208 © Have a nice weekend.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 .

dia não Domingo que vem Esta noite Há muito tempo Hoje Hoje à noite Hoje de manhã Hoje em dia Mais tarde / Logo mais Mês passado Muito tarde Na primavera Na próxima semana Na próxima vez Na véspera do Natal No ano passado No dia seguinte No inverno No outono No verão Nunca Ontem Ontem à noite Pouco tempo depois Poucos dias antes Sábado passado Semana passada Semana que vem Semana retrasada Sempre Tarde Tarde demais Três anos atrás Courtesy by www.Learn-Portuguese-Now.My Portuguese Phrasebook 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 © Early in the morning Early In a couple of weeks In the morning Every now and then After The day after tomorrow Every other day Next Sunday Tonight A long time ago Today Tonight This morning Nowadays Later Last month Very late In (the) Spring Next week Next time On Christmas Eve Last year On the next day In (the) Winter In (the) Autumn / Fall In (the) Summer Never Yesterday Last night A bit later Some days before Last Saturday Last week Next week Two weeks ago Always Late Too late Three years ago Bem cedinho Cedo Daqui a duas semanas De manhã De vez em quando Depois Depois de amanhã Dia sim.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 14 .

old. urgently. translate. Here they come: • Courtesy by www. conditions or experiences: run. You know more than you think! Cognates are words that have the same origin or that are related and similar in some way. • Adverbs Words which describe or give more information about verbs. • Adjectives Words that describe nouns or pronouns: tender..My Portuguese Phrasebook © Unit 02 – Cognates: Portuguese at First Sight How many Portuguese words do you know? Check these cognates.. type. adverbs or phrases: daily. • Verbs Words that describe actions. print. substances or qualities: Quenner. adjectives. events. things. I've organized them into 4 groups: Nouns Words that refer to people. little. branch. They can usually be deduced without any previous knowledge of the target language. places. dessert.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 15 .Learn-Portuguese-Now. Check these examples – they are all in Portuguese: capital plural tropical dicionário geral legal aniversário glossário original visual contrário milionário There are about 1600 of them between Portuguese and English! In order to make it easier for you.

My Portuguese Phrasebook © • NOUNS – SUBSTANTIVOS English 1. -ance = -ência.Learn-Portuguese-Now. -ism = -isma. -nce.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 16 . -ist = -ista dentist humorist tourist dentista humorista turista 5. -ty = -dade capacity eternity flexibility capacidade eternidade flexibilidade animal hospital moral Português 3. ança abstinence abstinência patience paciência perseverance perseverança 6. ismo atheism ateísmo criticism criticismo feminism feminismo 4. -al = -al animal hospital moral 2. -or = -or actor color favor ator cor favor Courtesy by www.

-ant. -ic = -ico. -ive = -ivo. ária adversary adversário arbitrary arbitrário contrary contrário 10. iva Courtesy by www. -ile = -il. ent = -ant.Learn-Portuguese-Now. -ary = -ário.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 17 . óvel automobile automóvel mobile móvel projectile projétil 13. ica economic econômico metallic metálico pacific pacífico 11. ent excellent excelente important importante patient paciente English Português 9. ida lucid splendid vivid lúcido esplêndido vívido 12. -al = -al real sensual virtual real sensual virtual Português 8. -id = -ido.My Portuguese Phrasebook © • ADJECTIVES – ADJETIVOS English 7.

able = -ível. -ult. ável accessible acessível admirable admirável convertible conversível 15. -ible. –e = -ar dance complete imagine dançar completar imaginar celebrar criar doar Português 18. -ate = -ar celebrate create donate 17.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 amplificar qualificar simplificar 18 . ort = -ultar.Learn-Portuguese-Now. -ous = -oso. -fy = -ficar amplify qualify simplify Courtesy by www. -osa delicious delicioso famous famoso vicious vicioso • VERBS – VERBOS English 16. ent. entar. ortar comment comentar consult consultar export exportar 19.My Portuguese Phrasebook © adoptive descriptive imaginative adotivo descritivo imaginativo 14.

English Did you go to the hospital? Eternity is a long time...Learn-Portuguese-Now. The food was excellent. They have three adoptive children. She is still lucid at 90! The projectile was never found. What do you think about feminism? He is a good dentist. Ela ainda está lúcida aos 90! O projétil nunca foi encontrado. Pode me fazer um favor? Acredite. ..Ralph Waldo Emerson Courtesy by www. There must be a pacific solution. Este programa é incrível! Está delicioso! Vamos celebrar a ocasião! Vamos imaginar uma maneira melhor? Nós exportamos para o Japão.. O que você acha do feminismo? Ele é um bom dentista. A comida estava excelente. Você deveria se qualificar melhor. é real. Can you do me a favor? Believe me.My Portuguese Phrasebook © • ADVERBS – ADVÉRBIOS English Português 20. Deve haver uma solução pacífica. Ele simplesmente não quer trabalhar. Our adversary works hard. She has much patience.. Nosso adversário trabalha duro. Ela tem muita paciência.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 19 . This program is incredible! It’s delicious! Let’s celebrate the occasion! Let’s imagine a better way? We export to Japan. You should qualify yourself better... He simply doesn’t want to work. -ly = -mente creatively criativamente separately separadamente usually usualmente Let’s see some examples? Português Você foi ao hospital? A eternidade é muito tempo. Eles têm três filhos adotivos. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 We become what we think about all day long. it is real..

. The irregular ones are italicized.My Portuguese Phrasebook © Unit 03 – The 100 Most Common Portuguese Verbs Verbs Are the Base of Communication. Follow these tips to make the most out of your time: • Print the 10 groups – cut out each of them – and keep them in your pocket during the day. Bingo! What I wanted to get across became clear. check over your cards. Each verb comes with its respective translation – and an example phrase. You can send me the translated phrases by email and I can help you improve: charllesnunes@gmail. please. which is used by and to people who cannot hear or talk. • • 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 1 A System of hand and body movements representing words. divided into groups of 10. By using them. you can always make your point. Can I help you? Choose the right. Can you please bring me a glass? Where did you buy your car? Call me later. English arrive – arrived ask – asked be – was / were begin – began break – broke bring – brought buy – bought call – called can – could choose – chose Portuguese chegar pedir. All I needed to do was learn the main verb of any phrase. I found this true when I took a Sign Language Course1. telefonar poder escolher Example À que horas você chega em casa? Why don’t you ask your father? I want to be your friend. They describe actions. perguntar ser.Learn-Portuguese-Now. If You Master Them.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 . and so on. estar começar. 20 Courtesy by www. iniciar quebrar trazer comprar chamar.. Translate the phrases into English. When did it all begin? Don’t break my heart. You Can Master Any Language Verbs are the backbone of any language. replacing one word at a time in each phrase – replacing verb by verb. noun by noun. You will be surprised with how much you will learn. Whenever you have free time. put it in the past or in the future with only one more gesture and. as you turn spare moments into productive time. conditions or experiences. Here you will find the 100 Most Common Portuguese Verbs.com Rewrite the phrases.

Where do you want to go tonight? Everybody needs to grow. I will never forget that morning. please! 21 Courtesy by www. terminar voar Exemplo What do you do? Did you sleep well? Do you drink beer? Do you know how to drive? Let’s eat! How could he fall? Are you feeling better now? I need to find a better job! Let’s finish it now? She is always flying. doar ir crescer. gritar cortar dançar namorar depender morrer Exemplo It’s not very clean. 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 English follow – followed forget – forgot get – got get up – got up give – gave go – went grow – grew have – had hear – heard help – helped Português seguir esquecer conseguir.My Portuguese Phrasebook © Unit 03 – The 100 Most Common Portuguese Verbs English clean – cleaned close – closed come – came cook – cooked cry – cried cut – cut dance – danced date – dated depend – (ed) die – died Português limpar fechar vir cozinhar chorar. Can you hear me? Help me. cultivar ter escutar. Once I had a dream. socorrer Exemplo Follow me as I follow Him. please. beber dirigir comer cair sentir achar.Learn-Portuguese-Now. Could you come earlier? Do you know how to cook? Why was she crying again? How did he cut his hand? Do you know how to dance? Are you dating him? Do you depend on your parents? When did your grandfather die? 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 English do – did dream–dreamed drink – drank drive – drove eat – ate fall – fell feel – felt find – found finish – finished fly – flew Português fazer sonhar tomar... obter levantar dar. ouvir ajudar. Is he getting fat again? What time do you usually get up? Give me your hand. encontrar acabar.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 . Close the door.

sentir falta precisar Exemplo Are you listening to me? Where do you live? Look at me now. permitir gostar Exemplo I hope you get this job. ver perder amar fazer casar encontrar.Learn-Portuguese-Now.. manter beijar conhecer. Let’s run away! What did you say? 22 Courtesy by www. Did you know my father? I want to learn Portuguese! Don’t leave me alone! Can you lend me some money? Let me try again. I can’t make it all alone. saltar guardar. saber aprender sair. Why did you miss the last class? Call me if you need some help. Let’s jump together! Keep the change.. Do you like your work? 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 English listen – listened live – lived look – looked lose – lost love – loved make – made marry – married meet – met miss – missed need – needed Português ouvir. 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 English open – opened pay – paid play – played prefer – (ed) put – put read – read receive – (ed) remember (ed) run – ran say – said Português abrir pagar jogar. When did you get married? Nice to meet you.. colocar ler receber lembrar correr dizer Exemplo What time does it open? Who is going to pay for it? Let’s play this afternoon again? I prefer to live on my own. I lost my wallet yesterday. Let’s just kiss and say goodbye. deixar.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 .My Portuguese Phrasebook © Unit 03 – The 100 Most Common Portuguese Verbs English hope – hoped jump – jumped keep – kept kiss – kissed know – knew learn – learned leave – left lend – lent let – let like – liked Português esperar pular. Put your hand in the hand of God.. Do you like to read? How much did you receive? I can’t remember his last name. I love you. escutar gostar olhar. tocar preferir pôr. conhecer perder. partir emprestar deixar.

please.Learn-Portuguese-Now. I don’t want it anymore. please. Why don’t you tell your mother? There is a place for everyone. Do you want to sell your house? Send her flowers! Do you sing in the bathroom? Sit down.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 . English 91 92 93 94 95 96 96 98 99 100 understand – ood visit – visited wait – waited wake up – woke up walk – walked want – wanted wash – washed watch – watched work – worked write – wrote Português entender visitar esperar acordar. Would you like to visit her today? Wait a moment. achar viajar virar Exemplo Why didn’t you stop them? When did you study there? Let’s take the next bus! I don’t want to talk about it. levar falar. despender começar. despertar andar.. I don’t want it anymore.My Portuguese Phrasebook © Unit 03 – The 100 Most Common Portuguese Verbs English see – saw sell – sold send – sent sing – sang sit – sat sleep – slept speak – spoke spell – spelt spend – spent start – started Português ver vender mandar. ter pensar. please. enviar cantar. funcionar escrever Exemplo I don’t understand your father. What do you think about it? Did you travel last year? Turn right. Did you watch TV last night? Are you working there yet? Do you prefer to write or to read? 23 Courtesy by www... Did you sleep well last night? Do you speak English? How do you spell your last name? How much can you spend? What time did the show start? 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 English stay – stayed stop – stopped study – studied take – took talk – talked tell – told there is – are think – thought travel – traveled turn – turned Português ficar parar estudar pegar. caminhar querer lavar assistir trabalhar. iniciar Exemplo I can’t see you anymore. cantarolar sentar (se) dormir falar soletrar gastar. dizer haver. What time did you wake up? You need to walk daily. existir.. conversar contar.

. todos (as) Do you work all the week? quase We are almost there! também Nice to meet you. a respeito de What do you know about love? depois. English a. They represent a powerful link between ideas and actions.2” Nowadays. too always and any Português Example um. quite soon you will manage the basic vocabulary to communicate efficiently. adding the Cognates and the Common Portuguese Phrases. qualquer.com contact form Rewrite each phrase in Portuguese. or absolve someone from a punishment. be it in the physical. toda.Learn-Portuguese-Now. If a word said at the proper time may create worlds. too. But keep in mind: replace a verb by a verb. You will get surprised with your progress reserving a specific time to study. why not learn the most common of them in Portuguese? The ones here included represent more than 50% of any conversation and. de novo. e She kissed her and walked away. Their potential is such that in the Creation report we read: “And God said.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 . nothing else. they are only words. nenhum Do you have any question? 24 • • 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 2 Genesis 1:3 Courtesy by www.learn-portuguese-now. Any comments will be warmly welcomed at the www. an about after again all almost also. words used to be worthier than documents. And changes are still made. save lives. check them out. uma I have an idea! sobre.. Words. após See you after the class.My Portuguese Phrasebook © Unit 04 – The 100 Most Common Portuguese Words In the past. Let there be light: and there was light. celebrate weddings.. and so on. Nowadays. Let me repeat the tips from the Unit 01: • Print the 10 groups – cut out each of them – and keep them in your pocket during the day. By and through them. When you have a free time. replacing a word by phrase. emotional or spiritual field. novamente Let me try again! todo. sempre I will always remember you. a noun by a noun. His Words keep inspiring the mankind. huge empires were build or destroyed..

He couldn’t care less.My Portuguese Phrasebook © Unit 04 – The 100 Most Common Portuguese Words Inglês 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Português bonito (a) porque antes. todos todo dia tudo em todos os lugares longe. I've lived here for about three years. What’s your favorite city? Have a nice day! Don’t look down! beautiful because before big body but by city day down 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Inglês every everybody everyday everything everywhere far first for forever friend Português todo. para para sempre amigo (a) Example Every love it the first one. Families can be forever. Would you like to study everyday? Money isn’t everything.. cada. perante grande corpo mas. but I think you’re wrong. I don’t know why she quit her job. Why don’t you forgive him? Have you seen his new girlfriend? How are you doing? I love you. OK? I want to buy a big ice cream. porém por cidade dia para baixo Example Your sister is very beautiful! I bought it because I wanted.Learn-Portuguese-Now. Sun lotion protects your body. 25 Courtesy by www. Do you live far from here? This is my first visit to Rio. Want to bet? Love is everywhere. That’s what friends are for! 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Inglês from good happy he her here him his how I Português de (origem) bom. Come back before midnight. dela aqui ele. distante primeiro (a) por. I’m sorry. Everybody needs somebody.. There’s a phone message for you. That book was written by a Brazilian. dele dele como eu Example Where are you from? It’s so good to see you after all this time! Your daughter looks so happy.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 . boa feliz ele ela. toda todo mundo.

Thank you very much. Are you listening to me or not? When did you first meet each other? We bought our house in 1994. Thanks.Learn-Portuguese-Now.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 . 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 Inglês out people please price same she so something sometimes still / yet Português fora. mim mais o (a) mais.My Portuguese Phrasebook © Unit 04 – The 100 Most Common Portuguese Words Inglês 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Português se em último (a) muitos me. What’s your last name? We have many reasons to celebrate. maioria muito meu. don’t tell anybody. então algo. somente ou outro. Do you remember me? Listen more. Could you please pass me the salt? He wants to be a polyglot at any price! We were wearing exactly the same dress! She is my best friend. minha perto. I’m not hungry now. nossa (s) Example I’ve never been to the USA. Is there something you would like to say? Sometimes it’s best not to say anything. a mesma ela tão. I am still hungry. Thank you for being so patient. alguma coisa às vezes ainda Example Get out! Smart people study foreign languages. próximo Example If I were you. I would do the same! I’ve got something in my eye. 26 Courtesy by www. na apenas. Did you know my father? Is there a bank near here? if in last many me more most much my near 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 Inglês never new no. saída povo. Please. pessoas por favor preço o mesmo. not now of on only or other our Português nunca novo (a) não agora de no. I need to buy a new car. and talk less! Most of my friends study English. Why did you change the color of your hair? Do you go to church on Sundays? I was only trying to help. outra (s) nosso.

caminho nós o que quando Example I’ll have to tell your father. suas Example Where do you live? Which of your parents do you feel closer to? Who’s your best friend? Why are you studying English? I live with my parents. I love it. They are improving their pronunciation. What’s that? Honey. os. can you bring me the towel? I can’t forget their kindness. esta.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 . than that the their them there they thing this time 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 Inglês to today under us usually very way we what when Português para hoje sob.. seus. I can still remember his last words. What’s the date today? He hid under the bed. por quê com sem palavra sim você. embaixo nós. isto tempo.. I want to spend more time with my family. isso. as deles. (as) lá eles. Things are getting better! This is the one I want. sua. a. 27 Courtesy by www. The more I see you. modo. We must find a way. Why don’t you come with us? He usually gets home at about noon. Thank you very much. elas coisa este. nos geralmente muito jeito. quem por que. Do you like Brazilian food? Yes.. hora. the more I want you. aquilo o. vez Example I spent more than I expected to.My Portuguese Phrasebook © Unit 04 – The 100 Most Common Portuguese Words Inglês 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 Português do que que. I can’t live without you.Learn-Portuguese-Now. deles. Why don’t we try it again later? What time is it? When is your birthday? 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 Inglês where which who why with without word yes you your Português onde o qual que. Why don’t you visit them once in a while? We will never get there in time. vocês seu.. delas eles (as). It’s your last chance.

ask a question or make a math exercise whose result should be the number shown in the card. Each player must pronounce (or spell) the verb. 3. and effort requires work. and set his/her own card. Simple cards with a word or picture on them. similar to a card game. For space constraints. 6. Print the 100 cards and cut them out. and make a pile with the remaining ones. You Will Find Enough Time to Study Portuguese – Even Trolls and Snowmen Can Do It! Flash Cards. family or students. I’ve included some in the present simple tense. Consider the following tips: 1. The next player answers the question asked for the former one. When someone runs out of cards. gets one more card. 5. Remember that ‘Play hard!’ always begins with ‘Play’. Here you will find 100 examples of Flash Cards with verbs and numbers in Portuguese. Have fun with your friends. Growing comes through activity. Obviously. the game is over. The player who doesn’t know how to ask/answer a question.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 28 . Give some cards to each player.My Portuguese Phrasebook © Unit 05 – Flash Cards: The Memory Back Up With These Flash Cards. The winner is the one who scored more points. There is no growing – physical or mental without effort. 4. At the end of the turn. Courtesy by www.Learn-Portuguese-Now. They are very useful in memorizing and learning foreign languages. 7. the rules can be changed at the players’ wish – especially if these instructions seem too confusing!☺ Only two rules should never be ignored: 1. the player who set the card with the greatest number get all of them and keep them for the final counting. Most of the verbs are in the infinitive form (the ones ending in ‘R’). Calvin Coolidge 2. 2.

com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 .My Portuguese Phrasebook © água leite pão carne dela de nadar beber 1 alto um devagar 2 ele comer dois seu pai 3 alô gostar três tchau falar 4 cedo quatro bem conhecer 5 trabalhar cinco brincar 6 dizer seis aquele lá este aqui dormir 7 filhos sete dinheiro 8 querer oito uma palavra o nome comprar 9 seus pais nove tudo ter 10 dez soletrar 11 onze entender 12 doze 29 Courtesy by www.Learn-Portuguese-Now.

Learn-Portuguese-Now.My Portuguese Phrasebook © para casa embora perto daqui sozinho de você de ajuda ir 13 aqui treze lá 14 morar quatorze isso o melhor precisar 15 às seis quinze tarde trabalhar 16 dezesseis ler 17 ficar em casa fazer dezessete muito todo dia levantar 18 nadar dezoito dormir preferir 19 me ver dezenove estar estudar 20 com a gente vinte de novo 21 poder vinte e um tudo claramente deixar 22 vinte e dois 23 jogar vinte e três 24 ver vinte e quatro 30 Courtesy by www.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 .

com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 .My Portuguese Phrasebook © comigo pra cá um jeito a resposta dirigir ler vir 25 amigos vinte e cinco dinheiro encontro 26 vinte e seis bom um voluntário consigo 27 Inglês vinte e sete de cór fazer 28 de mim vinte e oito deles 29 nisso ser vinte e nove grande aprender 30 na boca trinta todo dia lembrar 31 aqui trinta e um comigo 32 pensar trinta e dois à direita 33 à esquerda beijar trinta e três com ela com ele ficar 34 trinta e quatro 35 virar trinta e cinco namorar 36 trinta e seis 31 Courtesy by www.Learn-Portuguese-Now.

My Portuguese Phrasebook © todos no trabalho às sete os braços agora de novo encontro 37 você trinta e sete pra sempre 38 abrir trinta e oito depressa bastante começar 39 com ela trinta e nove sobre isso amar 40 por alguém quarenta muito 41 correr quarenta e um com clareza bem converso 42 cedo quarenta e dois tarde esperar 43 antes quarenta e três depois escrever 44 quarenta e quatro os olhos 45 a porta chegar quarenta e cinco com isso o trabalho iniciar 46 quarenta e seis 47 fechar quarenta e sete terminar 48 quarenta e oito 32 Courtesy by www.Learn-Portuguese-Now.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 .

Learn-Portuguese-Now.My Portuguese Phrasebook © bastante pouco a todos você alto pra dentro crescer 49 quarenta e nove o dinheiro 50 segredo ajudar cinqüenta isso 51 com atenção pular cinqüenta e um a aula pouco guardar 52 cinqüenta e dois sua mão a chave escutar 53 cinqüenta e três revistas um livro faltar 54 cinqüenta e quatro por 5 reais bem pôr 55 cinqüenta e cinco de rir 56 com isso dinheiro ler cinqüenta e seis tempo 57 vender cinqüenta e sete a verdade mentiras parar 58 cinqüenta e oito 59 gastar cinqüenta e nove 60 contar sessenta 33 Courtesy by www.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 .

Learn-Portuguese-Now.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 .My Portuguese Phrasebook © a trabalho de ônibus meus pais hoje algo um favor viajar 61 o copo sessenta e um em pedaços 62 visitar sessenta e dois pra mim 63 pra dentro pedir sessenta e três à noite de novo quebrar 64 bem sessenta e quatro entre os dois 65 trazer sessenta e cinco do tempo de você telefonar 66 calor sessenta e seis em casa escolher 67 sessenta e sete tempo uma chance dependo 68 sessenta e oito coisas 69 um barulho sentir sessenta e nove logo correndo dar 70 setenta 71 ouvir setenta e um 72 sair setenta e dois 34 Courtesy by www.

Learn-Portuguese-Now.My Portuguese Phrasebook © com ela em maio visitas telefonema uma carta flores casar 73 notas setenta e três um café receber 74 setenta e quatro devagar 75 a cavalo enviar setenta e cinco com o pano a janela tomar 76 bem setenta e seis com amor 77 andar setenta e sete no clube 78 comigo limpar setenta e oito acordado contigo cozinhar 79 no rio setenta e nove da escada 80 dançar oitenta por ela 81 pelo futuro sonhar oitenta e um pra você dinheiro cair 82 oitenta e dois esperar 83 oitenta e três empresto 84 oitenta e quatro 35 Courtesy by www.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 .

com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 .Learn-Portuguese-Now... 90 alto chorar noventa disso um rosto dirigir 91 à mesa noventa e um no sofá 92 voar noventa e dois o carro as mãos esquecer 93 a mão noventa e três no copo sentar 94 noventa e quatro 95 lavar noventa e cinco 96 cortar noventa e seis 36 Courtesy by www.My Portuguese Phrasebook © lá de novo em dinheiro a prazo uma música baixinho olhar 85 nada oitenta e cinco alguma coisa 86 TV pagar oitenta e seis a partida 87 cantar oitenta e sete de alegria muito existir 88 o carro oitenta e oito com cuidado 89 assistir oitenta e nove de.. para..

My Portuguese Phrasebook © dormindo em paz você a multidão a chave peso morrer 97 cedo noventa e sete tarde 98 seguir noventa e oito 99 perder noventa e nove acordar 100 cem Courtesy by www.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 37 .Learn-Portuguese-Now.

. as usual.My Portuguese Phrasebook © Common Words – A Matter of Perspective When I started working as an English teacher.. (I could hear everything from the classroom. please tell him that you’ve heard about a language course which is on sale. was not so simple for him! The secretary answered him politely.com. For the first time.. That was an insight moment for me. I noticed that some words appeared more often than others did. later on that same day I tried to put myself in that visitor’s shoes by recalling the first English book that I tried to read on my own. wondering what those words could mean.. (The bathroom is my favorite classroom!☺) You will soon notice that learning Portuguese is not rocket science.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 38 . I shouldn’t have. But who could resist?☺) Fortunately.Learn-Portuguese-Now.learn-portuguese-now. this experience showed me what makes a word ‘common’: On a sunny afternoon. the words ‘begin’ and ‘again’ popped up in my eyes. and got back to work.. he tried to get along by asking out loud: “– Does this school belong to Walter?” That very common word – water – written on the gallon’s cover. but I knew she was laughing up a storm! As the visitor left. By noticing that. cut them into flashcards and keep them with you wherever you go.) As the man got closer to the water fountain. (And if you happen to meet any ‘Walter’ on your way. I realized that the so-called ‘common words’ only become ‘common’ to you when you recognize them at first sight and understand their meaning in several contexts. with his name ‘almost’ inscribed on the water fountain!) Courtesy by www. the whole classroom exploded in laughter! (OK. Want to learn them in a wink of an eye? Grab your free copy of ‘365 Most Common Words in Portuguese’ at www. The secretary told him to help himself. I used to skim each page. a passerby dropped in for some water. All of a sudden.. print them out.

I can promise you that language learning doesn’t have to be all that hard. In the daily speech/writing. and agrees with the third person: você fala.. ele fala. I’ve Never Faced Trouble Fixing Airplanes Of course. Ele vai sair. / He will leave. Ele 4. they’ve never come into the classroom! Grammar and Pronunciation in any language (including mine) reminds me of my trouble with airplanes. we just say ‘Eu vou. ele vai.My Portuguese Phrasebook © As a Portuguese Teacher. The Future is not made according to the above grammar rule. It is impossible to have any doubts about something that you never think about! That’s why I boldly defend that you shouldn’t worry about verb conjugation in Portuguese. / You will eat. Let’s have a look at an example with the verb ‘falar’ – to speak. Instead. Nós 5.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 . Just make do with the 3 basic tenses – present. você vai. 39 Past falei falaste falou falamos falastes falaram Future falarei falarás falará falaremos falareis falarão falo falas fala falamos falais falam • Courtesy by www. normal human beings usually abide by these rules: • • The second person of plural (vós/you) is not used. Tu 3. Eu 2.Learn-Portuguese-Now. eles vão’ + the infinitive of any verb: Eu vou falar.. Você vai comer. you. Here’s the ‘all-correctand-frightening’ table: Present 1. Having been helping beginners for a couple of years. past and future – and the singular pronouns – I. The second person of singular (tu/you) is usually replaced by ‘você’. he/she/it – and everything is going to fall into place at the proper time. nós vamos. / I will speak. Eles The Good News. Vós 6.

You will be introduced to them in a while. I think I need some help with my English. Eu 2. “– My language problems is over!” (Uh-oh. Ele falo fala fala Past falei falou falou Future vou falar vai falar vai falar Português.My Portuguese Phrasebook © .Learn-Portuguese-Now. right? Indeed. If I were you..com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 40 . I would celebrate this moment by going to the window and shouting. there are two more conjugations – verbs ending in ‘er’ and ‘ir’ – they are as simple as the first one. Português.. Português... ☺) Courtesy by www.. And here’s ALL you need to start: Present 1. Você 3. A little bit more lifting and encouraging..

.My Portuguese Phrasebook © Language Learning is NOT a Miracle! So. but I have reason enough to believe that foreign languages can be learned by ANYONE (including YOU) since you: • • • Believe in your own capacity to learn Get the right tools Follow the right process Let's make it clear. But out of those learned pages. according to the laws of Nature. it is an ‘unusual event caused by mysterious forces in a surprising and unexpected way’. achievable and enjoyable way. Not that I know all the facts about the matter (and that’s for sure!☺)." And I must agree with him. Saint Augustine once stated. "Miracles are not contrary to Nature. Only to what we know about Nature. Others say it is an operating force contrary to Nature. When talking about second language learning.Learn-Portuguese-Now..com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 . I have been faced with hundreds of misconceptions denying how you can learn it in a practical. Have a look at the following Portuguese words: capital plural tropical dicionário programa celebrar invisível autorização qualidade acadêmico diariamente general legal aniversário glossário sistema calcular possível nação sensibilidade básico emocionalmente original visual contrário milionário problema iluminar responsável atenção universidade pacífico literalmente 41 Courtesy by www.. things get a bit more confusing: Some say it is an inexplicable event.. What is a miracle? According to the dictionary.

com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 42 . I know that it may seem too simple for some. Why don’t you give it a try? No miracle required.My Portuguese Phrasebook © There are some 1600 similar words between Portuguese and English! As you understand the basic principles of word formation in Portuguese. you can immediately turn hundreds of English words to this romantic language. Courtesy by www. but I used this same principle to learn English and Spanish – and it worked wonderfully.Learn-Portuguese-Now.

And your Freedom..learn-portuguese-now.com Creating FREE and low-cost Tools & Resources for language learning Besides this one.. in a matter of months you will be able to read and write in Portuguese. I had two dreams: • Make the Portuguese language available for as many people as possible Take part more actively in my children’s development and education • Nowadays. just visit http://www.com/free-portuguese-language-tools.My Portuguese Phrasebook © A Dream Coming True Each and Every Day If Making a Dream Come True is Great. By reading a single page a day. When I asked him about how he had learned so much. which means he will even improve his Portuguese! In order to download your FREE copy. I talked to a young man who expressed more than a basic knowledge of the language. Courtesy by www. I have the fifth group printed here beside my computer”. . he replied “I am studying the 365 Words.. The ebook contains 7 groups.learn-portuguese-now.html And roll up your sleeves! There are just a few things which money can’t buy. I am making both of them come true by • • Dedicating in full time to build www.com © Charlles Nunes – 2007 43 . Imagine Two at Once! For a long time. here is another FREE resource already available: 365 Common Portuguese Words Each word comes with 3 examples in English and Portuguese. Among them are your dreams.Learn-Portuguese-Now.. Just another day.

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