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Oi gente! This is Jade Furuta and welcome to Portuguese weekly words. Today’s theme is... Your face. Let’s see:
boca, boca “mouth” boca, boca, boca
A minha boca é um pouco pequena. A minha boca é um pouco pequena.
My mouth is a little bit small. My mouth is a little bit small.
dentes, dentes “teeth”
Você tem dentes perfeitos. Você tem dentes perfeitos.
You have perfect teeth.
queixo, queixo “chin”
Meu queixo está coçando.
My chin is itching. Coçando means “itching.”
testa, testa “forehead”
Eu tenho a testa grande.
I have a big forehead.
nariz, nariz “nose”
O meu nariz é pontudo. O meu nariz é pontudo.
I have a sharp nose.
Acabou! The end. Thank you for watching and I will see you next week! Um beijo grande, e tchau tchau!

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PortuguesePod101.comVerified
Tuesday at 6:30 pm
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Which word do you like the most?

Portuguesepod101.comVerified
Wednesday at 10:11 pm
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Hi Musaab,


De nada!

You're welcome!


Just a reminder:

A male speaker says “Obrigado” and a female speaker says “Obrigada”. Please find more details about thanking in Portuguese in this lesson:

https://www.portuguesepod101.com/2012/07/20/learn-portuguese-in-three-minutes-2-brazilian-manners/


Looking forward to see you often at Portuguesepod101.com ;)


Cristiane

Team Portuguesepod101.com

Musaab
Wednesday at 9:28 pm
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Muito obrigada

I feel pleased when you correct our mistakes, it helps a lot ?

Portuguesepod101.comVerified
Wednesday at 9:06 pm
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Hi Musaab,


Thank you for your message!


Just a minor correction: "Eu gosto de dentes", as the verb "gostar" (to like) requires a preposition :)


Please check out this lesson's grammar for more details about this verb:

https://www.portuguesepod101.com/2013/03/25/lower-beginner-12-getting-into-the-brazilian-rhythm/


And you're right, "Oi gente" means "Hi everybody" :)


Let us know if you have any further questions,


Sincerely


Cristiane

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Musaab
Wednesday at 8:38 pm
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Eu gosto dentes porque Eu sou dentista ?

one question please

when jade says Oi gente ! does it mean hi everybody ??

Muito bom vídeo ?