Hey Brazilianers! Tudo bem?
The Portuguese language has certain conjugations to be followed when the subject is a verb!
So today we will show you how to conjugate verbs in Brazilian Portuguese.
Unlike Portuguese spoken in Portugal, here in Brazil we use the following people more widely:
ELE / ELA
ELES / ELAS
There are also the TU and VÓS people and their respective combinations, but as their use is restricted to specific regions our focus here will be what we use most, ok?
Let us, then, the conjugations: We will take as an example the verb AMAR.
Note that this verb ends with -AR, so we will use this conjugation pattern:
ELE / ELA
A GENTE AMA
ELES / ELAS AMAM
Important: note that VOCÊ and VOCÊS use the 3rd person singular and plural conjugation, respectively.
Notice that we take the verb AMAR and remove the ending -AR.
Then we add the respective terminations, according to the people:
eu – AM(o)
você – AM(a)
ele / ela – AM(a)
a gente – AM(a)
nós – AM(amos)
vocês – AM(am)
eles / elas – AM(am)
This pattern will apply to all regular verbs that end in -AR.
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