David is looking for somewhere to enjoy a cup of tea. Luckily, he meets Sara, who takes him to the tea room and teaches him some Portuguese vocabulary along the way.
Luís and Maria meet in a café and discuss what they think about the city of Porto.
Filipe calls Anabela to ask her out on a date. Follow along as they make plans to see a movie.
Mr. António runs a newspaper stand in Lisbon. As usual, Mrs. Rita stops by to get her morning paper.
There are many ways to say goodbye in European Portuguese, depending on who you are talking to and how long it will be until you see them again.
- a manhã the morning – from about 6am until noon
- a tarde the afternoon – from noon until about 6pm (or around when it gets dark)
- a noite the night – from about 6pm to midnight
- a madrugada very early in the morning – from midnight to 6am
Although the transition from a manhã to a tarde is always clearly at 12:00 noon, the rest of the terms are