I'm hot / cold.
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Modern Brazilian Portuguese Grammar: A Practical Guide is an innovative reference guide to Brazilian Portuguese, combining traditional and function-based grammar in a single volume.In general, the masculine form ends in -o and the feminine form ends in -a.Don't worry Não se preocupe.Qual é o problema?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.Aqui There is / are.All adjectives in Portuguese have masculine and feminine forms.Thanks to Olava and the volunteers at Rhinospike for the recordings.Tenho que ir agora.Nice to meet you.
Prazer em conhecê-lo Same here.
(informal) É a sua vez.
This tutorial is for Brazilian Portuguese, so if you can speak Portuguese from Portugal, you may notice many differences, but don't worry!Basic Portuguese Phrases, if you'd like to study these phrases (and their pronunciations) individually, please.I'm tired / sick.(formal; male) De onde o senhor é?Como o senhor está?