Numbers 1-10 in European Portuguese

In this “Basics of European Portuguese” we will learn the numbers from 1 to 10. I will also give you examples of how to use them in a sentence as well as some extra tidbits. I hope you like it.

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Obrigada, Carla

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  1. 🤣 ótima lição! Adorei a animação! Não posso esperar para ir num restaurante e pedir um número de telefone dessa forma 😂

  2. Can you please make more videos. I want to learn EU portugese but almost everything is Brasíl Portugees

  3. I’m from Egypt and I am learning some words and phrases in Portuguese it is a good language I enjoy learning it and I would like to tell you (Muito obrigado) 💜

  4. Muito obrigada! EU Portuguese pronunciation is pretty different from Brazilian. So happy to find your channel.

    1. Olá 🙂 please, don’t be confused – it’s definitely zero with a “z”. That’s the last letter of the Portuguese alphabet. There were, however, 3 other letters that have now been included. Watch this video, it will help clarify things for you:

    2. @Portuguese With Carla okay thank you/obrigada.
      I may have mixed up spanish word w portuguese.
      I’ve been told that waaayy back that z wasn’t in the alphabet, so ‘ç’ was often used in words. I don’t know if that’s true.

  5. Olá Carla, sou muito sua fã e admiro bastante seu jeito único de ensinar a língua portuguesa! Sou Moçambicana e dou aulas de língua Portuguesa há cerca de um ano, os seus vídeos fazem parte do meu portfólio de material de apoio, e confesso que me sinto muito inspirada a criar um canal e partilhar conteúdos como estes! Parabéns e muita força! Um abraço virtual de Moçambique 🙂

    1. Olá, Hortência! Muito obrigada, sinto-me lisonjeada 🥰 e acho que devia criar o seu próprio canal, sim! Tenho a certeza que muitos estudantes iriam apreciar mais material na língua portuguesa, em especial em português de Moçambique 🇲🇿, como os diferentes sotaques, vocabulário específico e calão 😀
      Beijinhos 🌺

    1. Yes, it is. My family is from Angola and I’ve taught students who were either moving there or living there by the time they contacted me. The accent and specific vocabulary will be different, but that you’ll pick up from living there.

      I think you’ll enjoy this video we’ve done on some of the differences one can find between Portuguese from Portugal 🇵🇹 and Portuguese from Angola 🇦🇴, if you haven’t watched it yet:

  6. So confused as to why there’s masculine and feminine 1 and 2 lol
    My grandmother used to used ‘Duas’ when it came to money, still not sure why lol

    1. 😁 that’s interesting. Maybe she was referring to “duas [notas]” ou “duas [moedas]” 😄

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