How do you say I speak very little Portuguese?
“falo um pouco de português”
How do you say I only speak a little Portuguese in Portuguese?
Só falo um pouco de português. = I only speak a little Portuguese.
How do you say I am learning to speak Portuguese in Portuguese?
I’m learning Portuguese. Portuguese Translation: Eu aprendo português.
How do you say common phrases in Portuguese?
45 Basic Portuguese Phrases and Words for Absolute Beginners
- Bom dia/Boa tarde/Boa noite — Good morning/afternoon/night.
- Olá — Hello.
- Oi — Hi.
- Alô/Está lá — Hello (on the phone) …
- Tchau — Bye.
- Até logo! …
- Até amanhã — See you tomorrow.
- Adeus — Goodbye (formal)
What’s your name in Portuguese?
what’s your name? qual é o seu nome?
What’s up in Portuguese slang?
E ai (ee-eye-ee) is a mouthful of vowels that basically means “What’s up?” It is most commonly used as a way to greet friends, often followed by a Tudo bem? or Beleza?.
What is the response to Obrigado?
When someone says “Obrigado(a)” the reply is usually “de nada” which is an expression that means “you’re welcome”.
How do you say excuse me in Portugal?
- Com licença, por favor. Excuse me please (formal)
- Licença, por favor. Excuse me please (casual)
- Desculpe-me. Excuse me.
- Sinto muito. Sorry.
- Sinto muito por isso. I’m sorry about that.
- Obrigado pela ajuda / Obrigada pela ajuda. Thanks for your help (formal)
- Obrigado / Obrigada. …
- Muito obrigado / Muito obrigada.
How do you greet someone in Portuguese?
In Portuguese, people use the expressions Bom dia, Boa tarde and Boa noite both when saying hello and goodbye, as in Olá, bom dia – Hello, good morning or Adeus, boa tarde – Goodbye and good afternoon to you. For good evening, boa tarde is used before it gets dark and boa noite after.