7 ways to use the verb “Ficar”!
Ficar doesn’t just mean ‘to stay’ it can be used in many creative ways. Ficar can also mean to become, […]
“Verbs: The Spice that Gives Flavor to Portuguese”
As a Portuguese language learner, you may find yourself constantly battling with verb conjugations. Don’t! Verbs are the bread and […]
Verbs & Personal Pronouns
Today we are going to take quick a look at verbs and personal pronouns. They may seem difficult at first […]
New Year in Portugal
Portuguese Traditions and Superstitions to bring good fortune for the New Year ahead The new year is received with great […]
Are you having a traditional Portuguese Christmas?
When I spent my first Christmas in Portugal at the house of my ‘sogra’ (mother-in-law), I couldn’t believe the amount […]
Muito or Muita?
Do you know when to use muita? As a Portuguese student, the first time you possibly came across the word […]
Ever seen a pair of knockers like these?
You may have wondered about these rather curious door knockers that adorn some of the older houses in the back […]
Obrigado v Obrigada
This is a subject that comes up many times. The major doubt is who should say obrigado and who should […]
Regular Portuguese Verbs
Regular verbs in Portuguese follow a set pattern or formular, this is what makes them regular. Once you have learned […]
Demonstrative pronouns, are words we use when we are referring to objects, without naming them. In English we would use […]