Boa tarde! Quando o sol brilha e também há chuva podemos ver um arco-íris. What can we see?
Tip: Verb dictionaries can be useful for those learning languages. You’ll find verbs conjugated in the different tenses, which is very handy to double check you’re right, and also to check the meaning of a conjugated verb too (as only the infinitive is in a normal dictionary)
Bom dia! Como é o tempo em novembro no seu país? Aqui em Portugal é chuvoso e frio, mas também temos dias bonitos :)
Tip: to talk about the climate or general weather patterns, use the verb ‘ser’ (é), but to talk about the weather today (which can change easily), use the verb ‘estar’ (está)
Bom dia! No outono, há neblina matinal. What’s this? a) evening fog, b)morning mist, c)cloudy afternoons
Tip: Want to quickly check a meaning? Try a google image search. Especially good for phrases
Bom dia! Acho que vai chover. (=I think it’s going to rain) What’s the sky like? coberto ou limpo?
Tip: Have fun :) Learning a language is hard work, but it’s fun! You’re end goal is to understand and communicate with people, and you can have a lot of fun practising Portuguese with Portuguese people, who are incredibly patient and understanding. Don’t worry about not knowing everything. Let’s face it, you never will! So have fun finding out new things and meeting new people!
Boa noite! Novo tema hoje- the weather and landscape in autumn. Choose the best option to complete the sentence. No outuno as folhas ficam … . a) verdes b) castanhas c) pretas
Tip: Notice how the words to describe the leaves (folhas) match up – castanhAS, pretAS (verdeS no -as as the original word ends in -e not -o)