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For foreigners learning Portuguese in BraziI, some interesting confusions can arise: • They will hear pois não, and think it means "no" • They will say obrigado in response to an offer, and then never receive anything • They will be given a telephone number, and somehow a "sock" (meia) will be thrown in the sequence • They will be kissed on the cheek once in São Paulo, yet twice in Recife, and then three times in Porto Alegre • They will be offered "hugs" and "kisses" from people they barely know • They will get strange looks when they ask for a recommendation for a good "motel" to stay in with the family How to say anything in Portuguese teaches newcomers to Brazil how to: • meet people • talk about themselves • hold conversations • talk on the telephone • order food in restaurants • survive in travel situations • participate in business meetings • give presentations • get by in typically Brazilian situations And hundreds more. With a quick guide to pronunciation and grammar, this is the perfect guide for anyone wanting to communicate effectively and sound natural in Brazilian Portuguese conversation.
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How to Say Anything in Portuguese is much more than a mere travel phrase book, it is a comprehensive guide to sounding natural in spoken and written Portuguese. Includes a handy pronunciation and grammar reference section, plus valuable cultural tips and insight.
5 ratings by Goodreads. ISBN 10: 8535212957 / ISBN 13: 9788535212952.