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Monday at 6:30 pm
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Getting the English and Portuguese version is also a great way to compare and contrast and learn a bit more about Portuguese.

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Monday at 4:49 pm
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Oi Ahmed,


ร“timas perguntas.

Acredito que as duas foras estรฃo certas, "para contar-te" e "para te contar".

Mas "para te contar" รฉ muito mais comum no Brasil.


Para usar o "vocรช" nessa frase seria: "Eu tenho uma coisa para contar para vocรช."


O que que vocรช tem para contar para a gente?

Paloma

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Ahmed
Saturday at 5:59 pm
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Oi :smile:


Se escrive "Eu tenho uma coisa para te contar" .... tenho duas perguntas aqui :


1 - Posso reescrever esta frase como " EU tenho uma coisa para contar-te" ????

2 - Como se escrive esta frase se quero usar o pronome "vocรช" em vez de "tu" ??


muito obrigado

Ahmed

Braden
Friday at 10:55 pm
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Hey Jacek!


Every Absolute Beginner lesson (and up!) has a Portuguese and then English dialog. If you have a Basic or Premium account, then you can see it written in the PDF Lesson Notes.


Sadly, free texts that are both in Portuguese and English are rare. Probably the easiest and most complete example would be the Bible. Plus, the Bible is a huge part of both Portuguese and Brazilian culture.


For something a little less religious :grin: you might try : http://193.136.2.104/COMPARA/psimples.php


It's a kind of database that has sentences translated from English to Portuguese or vice versa. I think it's maintained by the University of Texas but don't quote me on that. I've noticed a few oddities while using it. Not exactly mistranslations but translations that could have been better. But for the most part, it's very useful.


Are there any that you use and would like to suggest to some of the other students?


Thanks for commenting!

Jacek
Friday at 7:31 pm
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Your right. Could you give a tip, where I can find some texts eng-port to exercise and practice understanding?