Maria is a little grumpy today and Gustavo is trying everything he can to make her feel better.
Portugal is a country of food lovers, so we use a lot of different expressions to describe the food we eat and how we feel about eating it. The 2 ways to say “I’m hungry” in Portuguese are:
Hunger and Satisfaction
For starters, instead of saying I am hungry, in Portugal we start thinking about food when we have hunger or when we are with hunger. In Portuguese, this translates to:
If you’re really feeling quite peckish, you can say:
We take our hunger very seriously…
Once we’re full, we say:
After an unexpected workplace tragedy, employees gather to mourn the loss of a very important team member.
“Saudade” — a word without translation. What word would you use to express this feeling?