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PortuguesePod101.com
Monday at 6:30 pm
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Wednesday at 7:39 pm
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Olá Matt,


Thank you for studying with us!


"Trabalhador" can mean "hard working" as in:

O Ricardo é muito trabalhador.

(Ricardo is (very) hard working)

In this case "trabalhador" is used as an adjective.


When used as a noun, it means "worker":

Os trabalhadores têm direito a férias remuneradas.

(Workers are entitled to paid leave)


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Matt
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Oi amigos


Eu amo os seu podcasts.


Eu acho que vocés cometemos um erro com "trabalhador". Isso é no vocabulário dois tempos, um tempo traduze "worker" e um tempo traduze "hard working". Tal vez vocés tinham intenção escrever "muito trabalhador" o segundo tempo?