10 ways to say “You’re Welcome” in European Portuguese (impress the natives)

This will be a short and sweet one. The goal is to help you expand your vocabulary a bit and help you sound more like “real Portuguese”.

You’ve heard of “de nada” as a way of saying “you’re welcome”, but a local person will likely use another expression. Let’s find out…

Ready to become fluent in European Portuguese?

For the last decade, we’ve been working on putting together the best possible European Portuguese course. After much research, feedback from our students, and a number of iterations, we think we’ve got it! 😉

As a base, we used scientifically proven techniques to help with master pronunciation, phrase construction, oral understanding, grammar, and all the necessary bits to get you to fluency. At the same time, having learned foreign languages ourselves, we know the process needs to be engaging, varied, and enjoyable. The whole thing is presented as an adventure. It’s a course like no other, trust us!

Learn more about The Journey and start your free trial here.

Similar Posts


  1. Thank you, Carla! It would also be useful to know when/how and why some of these alternative phrases would be used. For example, in English, when instead of saying you’re welcome they would say “no, thank YOU” etc.

    1. Olá 🤗 Infelizmente tem sido difícil arranjar tempo para publicar com mais frequência. Uma das razões para isso é que temos viajado mais para gravar vídeos interessantes… 😉
      Obrigada pelo carinho 🥰

    1. De nada ☺️
      Desculpa, mas não entendo bem a tua pergunta. Do you mean to ask why I haven’t included those questions?

  2. Carla fala mais português por favor. Quero ouvir mais aos nativos falando com o sotaque português.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *