Portuguese is a very rich language in sayings, most of which don’t make sense, especially when literally translated into English. Below check our choice of expressions with the literal translation and their meaning.
Let’s play? We know that to play is a verb with many meanings depending on the context.
In Portuguese, we have a different verb for each one of those contexts.
Let’s have a close look at some of those contexts:
“Poder” / “Conseguir” – Part 2.
Yesterday we’ve seen how to use “poder” and “conseguir”.
Today we’re going to learn how to conjugate these two verbs in the present tense.
Poder / Conseguir - Part 1.
There are two very similar verbs in Portuguese to translate “to can” or “to be able to”: “poder” and “conseguir”. But when should we use “poder” and when should we use “conseguir”?
Let’s have a close look at these two verbs:
How to say “I must”.
Today we’re going to learn how to say “I must” or “I have to” in Portuguese.
If you want to say “I must” or “I have to” you only have to use the verb “ter” (to have) in the present plus the preposition “de”.