Um Típico Sábado

A Typical Saturday

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Follow along as Cassandra shares her typical Saturday routine. She eats breakfast with her son, writes an email to her mother, and then meets up with her friend Maria. They go for a run, practice Portuguese together, and enjoy some drinks. Sounds like a nice day!

Can you describe your own routine?

 

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  • 00:00:03Todos os sábados são dias bons.
  • 00:00:06Como o pequeno-almoço com o meu filho.
  • 00:00:08Ele chama-se António.
  • 00:00:10O António come pão com queijo...
  • 00:00:12Bebe sumo...
  • 00:00:14E eu como laranjas ou maçãs e bebo café.
  • 00:00:18O António não bebe café, claro.
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aprenderto learn assimthus, therefore, accordingly, like that, so beberto drink cadaEach, every comerto eat conhecerto know be acquainted with, get to know, meet, experience correrto run CrescerGrow, grow up depoislater, then, after DivertidoFun entenderto understand escreverto write FilhoSon, child hojetoday a mãemother novoyoung, new ouvirto listen to, to hear parecerto seem O pequeno-almoçobreakfast responderTo answer sábadoSaturday
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ClaroOf course Qualquer coisaAnything, something Por exemploFor example Mais velhoOlder
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Comments

    • Olá! O S é pronunciado, mas acaba por se confundir com o som da letra E e é naturalmente difícil distingui-lo. Nesta frase, por aparecer entre vogais (…conhecEs A…), o som da letra S fica alterado e fica com um som semelhante ao Z. O mesmo acontece na frase “Nós conhecemos a menina” – mas neste caso, como a vogal anterior é um O, é mais fácil distinguir o S.

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