Portuguese words indicating connection with the phrases

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Portuguese words that indicate connection with the phrases

Hey!  How  are  you  doing?  Welcome  to  Portuguese Basic  Tips. Today we are going to speak about  Portuguese words you can use to indicate connection with the phrases.

Actually, here is the beginning of a series of three or four episodes in which we will address this issue.

On  one hand, I think it would be a long subject to speak about in just one episode; on the other hand, I think if someone really wants to learn a new language ,  he or she  needs  to  know  at least a  little  about  it. Because of that I decided to break it down and explain to you how it works in the next episodes.

In any language, there are some kinds of terms that we normally use when we want to introduce a subject, change the conversation to a related topic, reinforce our comment,  agree with what is being talked about, or even when we want to disagree about this topic, we need to know how to do it.

The Portuguese language is much the same as the others. It wouldn’t be different in this case.

In this episode I am going to show you how to use terms in Portuguese such as first of all, to begin with, in the first place, by the way, speaking of that, as a matter of fact, in fact, actually, according to, on the contrary and so on.

In order to achieve in your studies, I suggest you stay tuned in our episodes.

Today we’ll talk about the following terms in Portuguese:

  • Em primeiro lugar
  • Antes de mais nada
  • A propósito
  • Por falar nisso
  • Na verdade
  • Na realidade
  • De acordo com
  • Segundo o
  • Pelo contrário

If you have not heard, I suggest you visit our podcast about interrogative sentences in Portuguese.  I made a brief comparison with the “question words” in English. I hope you like it.

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Thanks a lot!

Marcos Sales


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