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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Olá, PortuguesePod101 listeners! How do you call on people's homes in your country? Do you knock, ring a bell, or make noise in some other way? Leave us a post and tell us about it!

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Monday at 10:01 PM
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Olá Jaimie,


Thanks for posting!


Just a few notes:


We use "Equador", and "porta" ("door") in Portuguese. Please check out our Portuguese Dictionary to learn the spelling of any vocabulary you need:

https://www.portuguesepod101.com/portuguese-dictionary/


Feel free to let us know if you have any questions.


Sincerely,

Cristiane

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Jaimie
Monday at 04:53 AM
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Nos Estados Unidos, as pessoas normalmente batam na porto ou tocam a campainha. No Ecuador, as pessoas gritam 'Haber!' ou 'Buenos dias.' No Ecuador, as pessoas geralmente não batam na porto. As casas não tem campainhas.

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Saturday at 08:19 PM
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Olá Zhuldyzay,


Yes, to reply this question "Ele tem celular?" ("Does he have a cell phone?") you could also just simply say "Não." ("No.") or "Não, ele não tem." (No, he doesn't have."). Both would sound OK as well. 👍


In case of any questions, please feel free to contact us.


Sincerely,

Cristiane

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Zhuldyzay
Friday at 12:42 AM
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Hello


in the dialogue, there is frase "Tem não", but can I say "(ele) nao tem"?

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Thursday at 08:31 PM
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Oi George,


I think you can continue from here. You might want to check a few earlier lessons from this series to refresh your mind before continuing. :wink:


Let us know if you have any questions!

Bons estudos!

Paloma

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george
Sunday at 11:57 PM
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I paid for this program and really never use it anymore. I started it in April or May of 2014 and got about this far. I am able to continue here because the lessons are pretty self explanatory and I am able to gain easy access. I was in Brazil for 2 months in 2014 and I have not been able to use the lessons because I no longer have any Brazilian contacts. Sad story of a long distance 40 year love. I am finally able to look at this program again and maybe learn this language anyway. What do you recommend? Just to continue from here, forget about it, start over, ???

Thank you for your efforts

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Thursday at 01:43 PM
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Oi Carole,


Obrigada pelo comentário e por todas as ideias! I'll forward them to our content team.

We really appreciate your feedback, and I'm sure it'll also help other students too!


Your study method seems very efficient, and that's great to see how motivated you are!

We're more than happy to assist you on your Portuguese-learning journey!

Paloma

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Carole
Wednesday at 03:35 PM
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Just like Makiko, I like making my own flash cards too. I use a flash card program and 4 types of flash cards.


1: vocabulary: portuguese word (vocabulary section)-> english translation

2: fill in the word: portuguese sentence with a word Clozed out (from the sample sentences) -> english sentence


so, using this lesson, I'd have a card saying "a manhã -> morning" and a card saying "Hoje de {manhã} estava ventando forte. -> "This morning the wind was blowing strongly." (the program will automatically take out the Clozed word in the brackets when it's shown so I have to fill in the word.)


I only use sample sentences, not dialog sentences, because I don't want to end up memorizing dialogue sentences when I'm using flash cards - I want to make sure that when I listen to them, I understand them by listening.


And every once in a while, I grab my best cards from the fill ins and make 2 more types of cards:


3: Clozed word + vocabulary portuguese definition (I grab a definition from an online native portuguese dictionary.) -> english word + english definition


4: portuguese sentence with word Clozed word out + portuguese definition of the Cloze word -> missing word


Card types 3 and 4 are a little more effort to make, so that's why I only make them every once in a while and only for words that I've mastered in cards 1 & 2. They're good for practicing reading a monolingual dictionary instead of relying on port-english dictionaries. This is important to me since I do try to read native books on kindle and I use the monolingual dictionaries that come with (reading The alchemist right now).


BTW it'd be great if you guys had a section of suggested native books/ebooks to read, sorted by approximate level. You could probably get commission on them too (This is a business after all :smile:)

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Thursday at 11:52 AM
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Oi Frank!

Que legal! That's cool!


I hope you enjoy it! Let us know later how was it!

And... Boa sorte!

Paloma

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Frank Smith
Thursday at 12:02 AM
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Ask and ye shall receive . . . Here is a Portuguese meet up group that I have signed up for.


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Thursday, September 12, 2013

7:30 PM


Paradise Bakery & Cafe

2000 E Rio Salado Pkwy # 1143, Tempe, AZ (map)


O mesmo de sempre. Vamos encontrar em Paradise Bakery, no Tempe Marketplace perto da cinema.


Let's get together and chat at Paradise Bakery in Tempe Marketplace. All levels welcome. If you're worried about finding us, I'll be there early with a Portuguese book on the table.