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What does ta mean in Brazil?

What does ta mean in Brazil?

ta (está) – This can either be used to shorten está, or it can be used to say, ok. Check out my video on “ah ta” tamo or tamos (estamos) – A shortened form of estamos.

Do I say Obrigado or Obrigada?

Unlike in a lot of other languages, however, the word for “thank you” in Portuguese changes depending on who is saying it. So, if you’re a male, you say obrigado, and if you’re a female, you say obrigada – regardless of who you’re talking to.

Can girls say Obrigado?

Obrigada is how you say “thanks” to women, and “obrigado” is how you say it to men. obrigada is used by a female speaker, and obrigado is used by male speakers.

How do you say thank you in Brazil?

A more informal way of saying thank you that is extremely common in Brazil is Valeu! which is a shortened version of valeu a pena which means it was worth it. A general rule of thumb, if you want to express your appreciation for something someone has done and your feet are moving, use valeu instead of obrigado.

What does the word thankful mean in Portuguese?

“Thankful” in Portuguese: Grato. One last word worth knowing about is grato. Grato/grata is an adjective meaning “grateful” or “thankful”. As with obrigado, whether you use grato or grata depends on your gender. Grato is quite formal and rarely used in speech.

How to say hello and Thank you in Portuguese?

Just some basic words and phrases like Olá! (“hello” in Portuguese), Obrigado / Obrigada (“thank you” in Portuguese), Bom Dia! (“good morning”) or Como vai? (“how are you?”) are enough to spark conversations with the natives. Nobody will judge you if you don’t speak Portuguese to perfection. On the contrary! They will appreciate your effort.

What do you Say Good Morning in Brazil?

“Rio de Janeiro, Brazil” by Raphael Nogueira© Good morning in Portuguese – Bom dia! – literally meaning “good day”, this greeting is widely used between approximately 5:30 am and 12:00 – 1:00 pm. If you are in Brazil, you should say “bom GEE-a” and if you are in Portugal, you should sound like this: “bom DEE-a”.