Brazilian Portuguese expressions you can learn by listening to Brazilian songs
Hello there and welcome to our Todo Mundo Pod in which we’ll speak about Brazilian Portuguese expressions you can learn by listening to Brazilian songs
On today’s podcast we are going to speak about Brazilian Portuguese expressions you can learn by listening to Brazilian songs. As many people already know, it is possible to perfect our language skills just by listening to songs sung in the language we are studying. In order to facilitate this task, I selected some songs full of useful Brazilian expressions, full of Brazilian expressions that are very used in everyday life.
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As I said in the episode (which is available just below), here are the links so you can listen to all songs quoted in this podcast.
Lulu Santos – Assim caminha a humanidade – Brazilian Portuguese expressions
I spoke about the expression “ainda leva uma cara” which is sung on this song
Quem te viu, quem te vê – Chico Buarque de Holanda – Brazilian songs
This song is from 60’s, but the expression “quem te viu, que te vê” is pretty much used nowadays.
Vem quente que eu estou fervendo – Erasmo Carlos / Roberto Carlos
This is another song launched in the late 60’s. Here you’ll find the expression “pode vir quente que eu estou fervendo”. We’ll speak a little bit of that expression too.
Dia branco – Geraldo Azevedo – Brazilian music
Here is one of the most beautiful Brazilian songs. Here you’ll find the very used expression “pra o que der e vier”. Stay tuned and you’ll find what this expression mean.
Alma Gêmea – Fábio Jr
Here you’ll find 3 similar Brazilian Portuguese expressions we use meaning more or less alike “hand and glove”.
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