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How to pronounce SEDE in Portuguese

  Did you know that the Portuguese word SEDE has 2 pronunciations and 2 meanings. Watch the video below. Just like in English, Portuguese has words that are spelled the same but pronounced differently. Examples: read and live. If you already speak some Portuguese, probably you know how to pronounce the word sede, mainly in this context: - Eu estou com sede. Notice that this “e” is similar to the “e” in ...

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Four Ways to Pronounce The Word Video in Brazilian Portuguese

   If you watched my pronunciation series, you already know that the letter D can have different sounds in Brazilian Portuguese. And to make things even more confusing, its pronounciation might change depending on the region you are! Basically, we have 3 possibilities. The first one is pronounced almost like in English. Learn Portuguese in Record Time with my method Follow me on: ...

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How to Pronounce The “ão” Ending in Brazilian Portuguese

   Learn how to pronounce the "ão" ending in Brazilian Portuguese, one of the most difficult sounds to make for English speakers. "ão" is such a Portuguese thing, that if you type it on Google translator, it will be detected as Portuguese. Check it out! Some words with this same pronunciation: chão, mão, não, pão. If you don't say it right, you can be embarrassed!   ...

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The Most Challenging Tongue Twisters in Portuguese

    Now we are going to practice the consonant sounds with tongue twisters or, as we say in Portuguese, trava-línguas! 1 - O rato roeu a roupa do Rei de Roma. The rat gnawed the clothes of the King of Rome. 2 - Três pratos de trigo para três tigres tristes. Three wheat dishes for three sad tigers. 3 - Sobre aquela serra há uma arara loura. A arara loura falará? Fala, arara loura! There's a blond macaw ...

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How to Pronounce LH and NH in Portuguese

    To conclude the study of the consonants in Portuguese, I’m going to teach you how to pronounce two of the most challenging sounds for English speakers: the LH and NH. To produce these, your tongue touches most part of the hard palate. And the most noticeable difference between NH and LH is this: NH is nasal and LH is oral sound. If you are a native speaker of Spanish, French or Italian it’s easy to ...

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