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Pronouns

Portuguese Possessive Pronouns and Determiners

Portuguese Possessive Pronouns and Determiners

Portuguese possessive pronouns and determiners indicate possession. In English, these are words like my, your, his, her, our, their (possessive determiners) and mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs (possessive pronouns). Both possessive pronouns and determiners look exactly the same in Portuguese. However, possessive determiners precede the noun…

Portuguese Reflexive Verbs

Portuguese Reflexive Verbs and Pronouns

Reflexive verbs are abundant in Portuguese and many of them are frequently used in everyday life.  It is very easy for language learners – especially those without any previous acquaintance with Romance languages – to leave out the reflexive pronoun…