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PortuguesePod101.com
Monday at 6:30 pm
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Do you ride the bus very often?

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PortuguesePod101.com
Wednesday at 9:33 pm
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Hello Mary Ann,


Thank you for your message!


We also offer courses in European Portuguese:

https://www.portuguesepod101.com/index.php?cat=39 (Learn with Pictures and Video: European Portuguese – 25 lessons)

https://www.portuguesepod101.com/index.php?cat=38 (In this module, Throwback Thursday, you’ll find many European Portuguese lessons – please check lessons 141, 177, 187, 190, 215, and 233).


We’re constantly adding new lessons to our website, so please stay tuned. :)


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Cristiane

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Mary Ann
Wednesday at 1:59 am
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What if I’m going to Portugal!

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PortuguesePod101.com
Tuesday at 9:13 pm
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Olá Miemie,


Thank you very much for leaving the comment!


If you have any questions, please let us know. :)


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miemiekapp@gmail.com
Tuesday at 8:49 pm
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Olá Christiane,


Antigamente uma empresa, donde ou meu marido trabalhou, levaram todas as mulheres com um ônibus no Nelspruit, a cidade grande. A Malelane, donde nós moramos, esteve só uma aldeia muito pequena. Isso esteve muito bom. Estivemos a falar de um com o outro, fizemos compras, cortávamos os nossos cabelos e estive a visitar uma loja de música! Quando voltámos, estavamos cansadas mas muito felizes.

Até mais


Miemie

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PortuguesePod101.com
Wednesday at 11:02 pm
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Oi Grant,


Thanks for the feedback. We'll consider it when developing new lessons and contents to our site!


Let us know if you have any questions!

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Grant
Wednesday at 8:11 pm
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hi, just one small thing, you don't leave very long to try and say the sentence after it is said in English. Would be better if you could leave say 10 seconds rather than 3 seconds which isn't long enough to finish trying to say it before the answer comes. Otherwise a very useful lesson.

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Monday at 4:28 pm
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Oi Gosina,


Obrigada pelo comentário!

I hope you soon be able to visit Brazil, and when you do, please make sure to let us know how was it!

Buses are one of the most common ways to travel around Brazil, so you will for sure ride it when you're there!


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Gosina
Friday at 6:04 pm
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Muito obrigada! Tha't an excellent and useful lesson.

That's absolutely one of my dreams ...to ride a bus in Brazil someday!

I've never been to Brazil, but it's definitely on my to-do-list!!!

By the way, you guys rock!

Até mais.

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Thursday at 9:51 am
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Oi Martin,


Well, in Brazil we use "esse" much more often, meaning "this" or "that", without worrying that much about grammar.

That's why in this lesson Luciane and Braden are teaching you the most common way you'll hear this phrase in Brazil.

If you want to know about European Portuguese, please visit our Survival Phrases Season 2, that is dedicated to Portugal and has some different expressions and accents.


But basically, you can say either "esse" or "este" and people will understand you in Brazil. But don't expect people using "este" there. You'll hear "esse" much more often.


I hope it helps!

Paloma

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Martin
Wednesday at 12:50 am
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Why is the word "esse" used instead of "este" when the reference is to "this" bus?