Portuguese Verb Fazer - Usage and Conjugation - Portuguesepedia

The Portuguese Verb Fazer

The Portuguese verb Fazer means different things depending on the context. Depending on the context, its English equivalent can be Make, Do, or Take. Additionally, there are…

Portuguese Spelling Reform - Portuguesepedia

Portuguese Spelling Reform

In 1990, various Portuguese-speaking countries agreed on a spelling reform to create and maintain a cohesive, international standard across borders. In Portugal, in particular, the spelling reform came…

Portuguese Defective Verbs - Portuguesepedia

Portuguese Defective Verbs

Defective verbs are verbs with incomplete conjugation. For instance, Portuguese defective verbs are only conjugated in the 3-person (singular or plural). Some defective verbs are commonplace so…

Portuguese Numerals for Beginners - Portuguesepedia

Numbers in Portuguese

Learning to say the numbers in Portuguese is one of those things you want to achieve as soon as possible in your language-learning journey. You see, numbers…

Portuguese Verbs Falar vs Dizer vs Contar - Portuguesepedia

Falar vs. Dizer vs. Contar in Portuguese

Portuguese language learners often wonder about the difference between the verbs Falar, Dizer, and Contar. While they can sometimes be used interchangeably, certain contexts will call for…

Learning Portuguese with Stories

Learn Portuguese with Stories

Learning Portuguese doesn’t need to be tedious. If you don’t enjoy learning languages with textbooks or sitting in a classroom, there are other ways to approach it.…

Conditional in Portuguese - Portuguesepedia

Conditional in Portuguese

In Portuguese, we use the Conditional tense to express desire, talk about unreal scenarios, or convey politeness. As you’ll soon see, however, the Imperfect tense (Pretérito Imperfeito)…