Boa tarde! Match the quantity words to the foods to make phrases.
posto, cacho, fatia, bife, pacote, dúzia, molho; DE ovos, porco, atum, bananas, agrião, queijo, leite
Tip: Ainda can mean still, as in Ainda andamos a apanhar azieitonas…
Boa tarde! I need to buy: massa folhada, maçãs, açúcar, canela. What am I making?
Tip: MAssa (emphasise the MA – second-to-last syllable) maÇÃ (emphasise the ÇÃ because of the tilde)
Re-order the words to make a sentence:
duas / ao / Como / pequeno-almoco / dias / os / torradas / todos
Tip: Both the numbers 1 and 2 have masculine and feminine versions – um/uma, dois/duas
Boa tarde! Queria um ovo estrelado. How do I want my egg cooked – a) scrambled b) boiled c) fried ?
Tip: -o at eh end of a word is pronounced -ooooo (as in food)
Boa tarde! match the food with the shops you can find them in – pao, salsichas, acucar, ameixas, bolo : frutaria, padaria, talho, pastelaria, mercearia
Tip: -ria on the end of the word means the thing that sells/does something.
Bom dia! Which word does not belong in this group? ameixa, laranja, maracujá, abóbora, maca, toranja
Tip: Little and often is the key to learning quickly and with the least effort. You’ll find it easiest to learn up to 6 new words or phrases in one go and the more often you go over new words the quicker they’ll stick in your long term memory.