How To Say Agreement In Portuguese

What bom! E usam todos? 😀 Espero que estejam a gostar de viver aqui em Portugal ) Obrigada pelo comentério! Beijinhos, Mia Jé ouvi todas formas, também uso, sobretudo “peas” e “ok” e “sim” … Finally, I would like to say that in Portuguese, it is not difficult, and the simplest word is sim. Suppose our friend tells us about the neighbors who complained about the barking of his dog: Os meus vizinhos queixaram-se porque o meu ceo es vezes ladra. Mas eu neo sei mais o que fazer, n`o posso pro`bi-lo de ladrar, peas n`o?. (My neighbors were complaining that my dog was barking a little. But I don`t know what else to do, I can`t stop him from barking, can I? Peas don`t… (in this case, you answer with an after N`o, even if you agree with the person, because the question was also asked in a negative form). This is the word you have probably heard at least once or twice in your life if you are interested in the Portuguese language. Sim means yes. You can even repeat the word and add claro as in: (Note that sometimes we also use these two SIMs together when we go to pick up the phone, like saying: Yes, I`m here) Claro is used if we really agree with what is said or asked. It naturally translates into English. Another word you may have heard from us is polka dots. This word does not literally mean yes, but we use it as a form of concordance with someone and show that we are listening.

However, you have many other creative, funny, polite ways to reconcile with or with something, and you should definitely try to expand some of them to extend your Portuguese. However, this Claro is sometimes used even in cases where the person already irritates you with all his questions. Imagine someone asking for something absolutely obvious: Absolute things – if you really agree and you think there`s no room for questions, you can say it absolutely! You can also watch me talk about this topic on YouTube: or else you can do something that we Portuguese like to do – repeat the word: in Portuguese, you can only answer with the verb if the question is not yes or no. If you want to learn Portuguese in a relaxed but effective way, watch my European online course online. OK – This is the international word used by the Portuguese to agree. OK is widely used and you can tell to answer any question. It`s a little less formal, so try using it only in informal settings. You can also put the two words together to give it more power: also leave a comment under that message and write as you say in your own language. I am very curious to hear your answers 🙂 As you know, almost all the languages of the world (if not all) have a word, a sound or a gesture used by the loquiers of this language to say that they agree with an idea, a concept…

Something! Os teus filhos comem direito? (Your children eat well?.. You know something that a mother-in-law or cousin would like to give opinions on everything in your life, then you can answer: Sim, senhor (a) – It`s still sim, but we sometimes add Senhor or Senhora to sim to be more polite. Sometimes we tell our friends and family, just to be funny. I don`t know why, but as it`s so formal, it seems pretty strange if you use it with your close friends or family. My father told me all the time when I was a child and I had a request. Tell me, did you hear any of the above? Please let me know in the comments below.