Brazilian soccer expressions – Expressions originated in soccer we use every day
Hello there and welcome to our Todo Mundo Pod (in Portuguese) in which we are going to speak about Brazilian soccer expressions
On today’s podcast, we are going to speak about Brazilian soccer expressions that we use in daily conversation. Those are handy expressions if you are in an informal conversation in Brazil.
Click on the link to visit our previous Todo Mundo Pod’s episode called Vocês or vós – Brazilian Portuguese – Understanding Portuguese pronouns
It is a common thing when expressions from sports become popular in our lives. As you may know, soccer (or football) is the most popular sport in Brazil. Thanks to this, we usually mix many of the terms spoken in soccer with the expressions we use every day.
I don’t want you to be in an informal conversation without knowing the meaning of “pisar na bola”, for instance.
At the end of this podcast, you will know about the meaning of:
- meaning of pisar na bola in Portuguese
- meaning of correr por você in Portuguese
- meaning of jogar no sacrifício in Portuguese
- meaning of driblar in Portuguese
- meaning of bater na trave in Portuguese
- meaning of quarto linhas in Portuguese
Click on the link to listen to our podcast about Brazilian soccer players
Here’s a link to a podcast in which we talked about Carlos Alberto Torres
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That’s enough for today! I hope you like it. If you have questions or suggestions, don’t be shy: email me to firstname.lastname@example.org. As you already know, try to do that in Portuguese in order to practice your skills. Remember, you don’t need to be perfect. You don’t have this obligation.
See you next time!