How to Use Verb Ficar in European Portuguese

How to Use Verb Ficar in European Portuguese

Learn the versatile verb “Ficar” in European Portuguese. 📚 In this video, Carla teaches you how to use this special verb that applies to hundreds of situations, from expressing locations to setting appointments and describing reactions. You will also cover set expressions using the verb Ficar. Enhance your Portuguese language skills and head to portuguesewithcarla.com/ficar…

Winter (inverno) – Essential Portuguese Vocabulary

Winter (inverno) – Essential Portuguese Vocabulary

Learn about winter in Portugal 🇵🇹 and the words and phrases commonly used during this time of year. Discover the climate, vocabulary related to winter weather, and essential items for the season! 🧣🧤 From chilly temperatures to rainy days and even the rare occurrence of snowfall, find out how to express these weather conditions in…

Basic Portuguese for complete beginners – your first lesson!

Basic Portuguese for complete beginners – your first lesson!

Free Memrise lesson and Free trial: https://portuguesewithcarla.com/first20 Learn the top 20 essential European Portuguese words for beginners in this video lesson. Discover how knowing a few words and phrases can enhance your travel experience and make locals more interested in helping you. Plus, stay tuned for an exciting announcement at the end of the video!…

50 False Friends – Portuguese/English

50 False Friends – Portuguese/English

PDF with list of False Friends – https://portuguesewithcarla.com/50ff/ ___ Links: 500 Common Words in 3 minutes – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4rdtjUtSSI Letter “O” in Portuguese – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxjDC6yt_3c Pronouncing the “R” sound – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_xaE9jOaL8 In this video I want to help you avoid some embarrassing moments I and many other language learners face. We will look at the most…

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

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…

Ultimate guide on how to address a Portuguese (levels of formality)

Ultimate guide on how to address a Portuguese (levels of formality)

Interview with Marco Neves: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxaLM77M84M 30-day FREE course to kickstart your Portuguese: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtFxevurMXM In European Portuguese, there are many ways of addressing a person, many levels of formality…You could use TU, VOCÊ, O/a SENHOR/a ou DONA and conjugate the verbs differently. In this video, we’ll help you decide in which situations you should use what…