Useful words and phrases in Portuguese ~ ideal for children with a Portuguese speaking heritage

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A selection of basic words and phrases to help you make children with a Portuguese speaking heritage feel welcome in your class, or to help support topic work on Portugal or Brazil. I've also added a Portuguese/English jigsaw puzzle ~ Mike :0)
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  • TTB_Portuguese Colour_v2.pdf
  • TTB_Portuguese Puzzle_v2.pdf
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TTB_Portuguese Puzzle_v2

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CreatedApr 11, 2008
UpdatedFeb 4, 2015
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    user avatartrabzonunal4 months agoReport

    Excellent resource thanks.

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    user avatarJamkid3 years agoReport

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    brilliant, thankyou very much :)

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    user avatarsusykins5 years agoReport

    Tchau is most definitely used in Portugal to say goodbye. Even my 70 year old aunts and uncles just south of Lisbon use it to say goodbye. The proper word is "Adeus" but tchau is most definitely common in Portugal. Tchau is NOT used for hello in Portugal. Hello is not used in Portugal. You can say "ola" or use phrases for good morning, good afternoon, etc as a greeting.

  • 5

    Hello is correct. Hi Spammypammy, I've checked and Hello/Ola (with accent) is correct. As far as I can find out Tchau is the Brazilian Portuguese word for Bye, but I don't think this is used in Portugal. Thanks anyway. Mike :0)