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verb ter in portuguese

Verb Ter in Portuguese

In short, the verb ter is the Portuguese equivalent of have as both share the same basic meaning and are grammaticalized in similar ways. Ter is nonetheless used in ways that might surprise you! Let’s take…

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Passive Voice in Portuguese

Passive Voice in Portuguese

The passive voice – as opposed to the active voice – highlights the recipient that is acted upon by the agent of the verb.  Accordingly, the recipient of the action (be it a person or thing)…

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