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Lesson 04 - Numbers

Numbers

0 zero

1 um first primeiro
2 dois second segundo
3 três third terceiro
4 quatro fourth quarto
5 cinco fifth quinto
6 seis sixth sexto
7 sete seventh sétimo
8 oito eighth oitavo
9 nove ninth nono
10 dez tenth décimo
11 onze eleventh décimo primeiro/undécimo
12 doze twelfth décimo segundo/duodécimo
13 treze thirteenth décimo terceiro
14 catorze/quatorze fourteenth décimo quarto
15 quinze fifteenth décimo quinto
16 dezesseis sixteenth décimo sexto
17 dezessete seventeenth décimo sétimo
18 dezoito eighteenth décimo oitavo
19 dezenove nineteenth décimo nono
20 vinte twentieth vigésimo
21 vinte e um twenty-first vigésimo primeiro
22 vinte e dois twenty-second vigésimo segundo
30 trinta thirtieth trigésimo
40 quarenta fortieth quadragésimo
50 cinqüenta fiftieth qüinquagésimo
60 sessenta sixtieth sexagésimo
70 setenta seventieth septuagésimo
80 oitenta eightieth octogésimo
90 noventa ninetieth nonagésimo
100 cem/cento hundredth centésimo
1000 mil thousandth milésimo

Note: If you are just saying 100, you use just cem. If it's over 100, you use cento. So 101 is cento e um. And 156 would be cento e cinqüenta e seis. The words for 16, 17, 18 and 19 are pronounced like dzesseis, dzessete, dzoito and dzenove respectively. The only numbers that have a feminine form are 1 (um/uma) and 2 (dois/duas). All other numbers are masculine.

Lesson 03 - Alphabets & Pronunciation

Pronunciation

Portuguese Letter English Sound
a like a in after
e like e in empty or if it's at the end of a word, like ee in cheese
i always like ee
o like the sound of all but without the l sound
u always like oo in fool
lh like lli in million but shorter
h mute
nh like ny in canyon
r in beginning of word like h in hot. Between two letters like the Italian r in Maria
rr always like h in hot
d like in English
j like in English but without the d sound. Something like zh or a hard sh
g before e and i like j. Otherwise like g in go
gue, gui the g in go followed by e or i
qua, quo are always pronounced separetely, like kwa, kwo
s between vowels, like z in zoo. Otherwise like s in same
x sometimes like sh in shift or like z in zoo
ç like ss but only comes before an e or i
z like in English
ã like oe in does
â like ã but shorter
á like a in Artic
à double a
ê like e but shorter
é like a im apple
í like i but longer
ô like o but shorter
ó like o in more
ú like u but longer
ü shows that the letter u must be pronounced separately. Ex: freqüência frekwência (frequence)
ch like sh in shift
õe like "oen"

Alphabet

a ah j jota t
b l éle u oo
c m ême v
d n êne x xis
e ê o o z
f éfe p Foreign letters
g q quê k
h agá r érre w dábliu
i ee s ésse y ípsolon

Note: The letter ç (cê cedilha) is not part of the alphabet.

Lesson 02 - Basic Portuguese Phrases

Basic Portuguese Phrases


O senhor fala português?
Do you speak Portuguese? (formal)
Você fala inglês?
Do you speak English? (informal)
(Não) Falo...
I (don't) speak...
Compreende?
Do you understand? (formal / informal)
(Não) Compreendo.
I (don't) understand.
Eu (não) sei.
yoh noh loh seh
I (don't) know.
Pode me ajudar?
Can you help me?

Claro que sim
Of course

Como?
What? Pardon me?
Onde está / Onde estão... ?
Where is ... / Where are ... ?
Aqui
Here.
Há / Havia...
There is / are... / There was / were...
Como se diz ____ em português?
How do you say ___ in Portuguese?
O que é isto?
What is that?

Qual é o problema?
What's the matter (with you)?

Não importa.
It doesn't matter.
O que aconteceu?
What's happening?
Não tenho idéia.
I have no idea.
Estou cansado / doente.
I'm tired / sick.
Estou com fome / sêde.
I'm hungry / thirsty.
Estou com calor / frio.
I'm hot / cold.
Estou chateado.
I'm bored.
Não me importa.
I don't care.
Não se preocupe.
Don't worry
Tudo bem / 'Tá bom.
That's alright.
Me esqueci.
I forgot.
Tenho que ir agora.
I must go now.
Saúde!
Bless you!
Parabéns!
Congratulations!
Boa sorte!
Good luck!
É a sua vez.
It's your turn. (informal)
Cale-se! / Cala a boca!
Shut up!
Eu te amo.
I love you. (informal and singular)

Notice that Portuguese has informal and formal ways of saying things. This is because there is more than one meaning to "you" in Portuguese (as well as in many other languages.) The informal you is used when talking to close friends, relatives, animals or children. The formal you is used when talking to someone who is older than you or someone for whom you would like to show respect (a professor, for example.) There are also two ways to say you in the plural, used when speaking to more than one person.

All the adjectives in Portuguese have masculine and feminine forms, as we'll see later.

Lesson 01 - Basic Portuguese Phrases

Bom dia!
Hello! / Good morning!
Boa tarde!
Good afternoon!
Boa noite!
Good evening! / Good night!
Oi/Olá! Tchau!
Hi! / Bye!
Adeus.
Good bye.
Por favor.
Please.
Até mais.
See you / See you later.
Até logo.
See you soon.
Até amanhã.
See you tomorrow.
(Muito) Obrigado.
Thank you (very much).
Não há de quê.
You're welcome.
Bem-vindo
Welcome
Desculpe-me
I'm sorry
Com licença / Perdão.
Excuse me / Pardon
Vamos!
Let's go!
Como o senhor está?
How are you? (formal)

feminine: a senhora

Como vai?
How are you? (informal)
E aí?
How's it going?
Bem / Muito bem
Good / Very good
Mal / Muito mal / Mais ou menos
Bad / Very bad / More or less
Sim / Não
Yes / No
Como o senhor se chama?
What is your name? (formal)
Qual é o seu nome?
What is your name? (informal)
Me chamo...
My name is...
Prazer em conhecê-lo
Nice to meet you.
Igualmente.
Same here.
Senhor / Senhora / Senhorita
Mister / Mrs. / Miss
De onde o senhor é?
Where are you from? (formal)
De onde você é?
Where are you from? (informal)
Eu sou de...
I'm from...
Quantos anos o senhor tem?
How old are you? (formal)
Quantos anos você tem?
How old are you? (informal)
Eu tenho _____ anos.
I am _____ years old.