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Hey Listeners! What word would you add to this list? Leave a comment below.
As for the different types of Brazilian accents/modes of pronunciation, we still don't have a special lesson on that subject, but you can check out this series to improve your skills:
This lesson has a special focus on the pronunciation for the letter -r in different regions of Brazil:
As for "tudo", it is an indefinite pronoun and it means "everything", "all". For example: "Tudo o que eu quero é (...)" (All I want is...); "Todo" can mean "the whole", "entirety", for example: "Ele comeu o bolo todo." ("He eat the whole cake.").
Please, what are the differents "sotarque" used frequentle?
Hi , thanks for everything. What is the difference between " Tudo e Todo"?
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Shadowing really helps me learn how to say these words better, soon enough, I can glance at these words and pronounce them effortlessly in my head like a native 😊
Thanks for posting!
Indeed, it's necessary to practice to get used to these different sounds in Portuguese pronunciation.
Here are more lessons about it:
If you have any doubts, please let us know
These are hard, but for English speakers at least the words that have "ei" are also hard, like "Janeiro," I think.
In the written form, the accent is different for each one: avô and avó.
When you're listening, "avô" grandfather has a "closed O", and "avó" has an "open O".
You can check our lessons to learn more about it, but it's very hard for foreigners to hear the difference.
As you're studying you'll be able to hear the difference between both :)
Hope it helps!
How can you tell the differnts with grandmother and grandfather?
How can you tell the differnts with grandmother and greadfather?