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PortuguesePod101.com
Friday at 6:30 pm
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Você já foi para Los Angeles?

Have you ever been to LA?

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Saturday at 3:56 pm
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Hi Richard,


Thank you for posting.


The verb "pensar" (to think) with the meaning of "to reflect, ponder" is normally a transitive verb that requires an indirect object, that can be "em" (preposition) with an article "a/o/as/os" (the, either feminine/masculine, singular/plural), as in the example "A mulher estรก pensando na resposta." ("na" is contraction of the preposition 'em" with the feminine, singular article "a").

It can also accept the preposition "sobre" ("about"), for example "Pensei sobre o que vocรช falou ontem." ("I thought about what you said yesterday."),


Hope this helps! Feel free to let us know if you have any questions.


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Cristiane

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Richard ashton
Wednesday at 11:01 am
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A mulher estรก pensando na resposta


A mulher esa pensando sobre a reposta. IS this also right?


How does na mean about. I don't get it. Still struggling as each word has a thousand different meanings. In English the words are what they are or mean. Just doing my head in having to remember learning a word then seeing it also means loads of other meanings

Braden
Saturday at 8:13 pm
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Thats a great question, Bob. Did you sign in to the forum? You have to sign in separately for the forum.


If that's not it, post back and I'll see what I can find out. ;-)

Bob
Saturday at 12:03 pm
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I want to post on the forum, but it says it is locked, and I cannot post new comments. Why is that?