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PortuguesePod101.com
Monday at 6:30 pm
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What would you do if you got off at the wrong stop?

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Portuguesepod101.com
Thursday at 11:29 pm
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Oi Larry,


Good question. Both words mean locations, but remember that "estar" is used to express condition, something that is not permanent. Since the terminal probably won't move to another place, we use the verb "ser".


In this case, to ask for location, we could also use the verb "ficar": "o terminal fica no próximo ponto?"


I hope it helps!

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LARRY G. LILLIE
Saturday at 8:39 am
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The lesson shows O terminal e o prosimo ponto. Since it is location, would it not be correct to say O terminal esta o prosimo ponto. Thank you for your help.

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PortuguesePod101.com
Monday at 4:15 pm
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Obrigada Ahmed :smile:


E você é um super aluno!

Me avise se tiver qualquer dúvida.


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Ahmed
Friday at 9:20 pm
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Oi :smile:


Como sempre, você é super professora :wink:


Muito obrigado

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PortuguesePod101.com
Wednesday at 4:11 pm
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Oi Ahmed,


Não está errado, mas seria mais natural falar "Eu vou para a praia no próximo sábado." Tenta falar as duas frases. Você vai ver que com o "no" fica mais fácil de falar :wink:

Você também poderia falar: "Próximo sábado, eu vou para a praia."

Lembre-se que no português falado, geralmente as pessoas vão falar "pra" em vez de "para a". (tenta ler essa frase usando o "pra"; não é mais fácil?)


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Ahmed
Tuesday at 9:24 pm
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Oi :smile:


Se pode dizer "Eu vou para a praia próximo sábado" ??? ta correto ?


Muito obrigado :smile: