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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby Aóristos » 2011-04-20, 0:44

Gente, estou feliz de mais que afinal encontrei um bom sítio na rede para me ajudar com minha aprendizagem de português e ainda mais! :mrgreen: http://www.cursinhoweb.com.br/portugues

Porém, algum brasileiro podia fazer certas correções à versão da Unilang em português do Brasil? Já tentei corrigir alguns erros óbvios em um template principal da página inicial, e estou esperando que um administrador aprove as correções. Não acho que um falante de língua materna criasse tivesse criado a versão brasileira, porque é cheia de hispanismos, especialmente na acentuação. Peço que um brasileiro venha pra o resgate!
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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby sergiolopes » 2011-04-20, 9:04

TeneReef wrote:by the Sun :wink:
the passive voice is used with por (by), and only rarely with de (acompanhado de).

I should add that in expressions like this, "por" (or pelo, pela, pelos, pelas) could also mean "for", as in:
- He sacrificed himself for his wife.
- Ele sacrificou-se pela sua esposa/mulher (or "se sacrificou", in brazilian portuguese).
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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby osias » 2011-04-20, 12:13

Michael wrote:Porém, algum brasileiro podia fazer certas correções à versão da Unilang em português do Brasil?
Como que faz isso?
 (es):Madrid
 (ca):Barcelona
 (sv):Stockholm
 (en):Gotham City
 (pt-BR):Vitória

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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby Aóristos » 2011-05-02, 3:23

Eu queria as letras para esta música. Façam o favor de interpretarem-nas, eu peço!

Sérgio Mendes - Barabare
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D66VH5HBdFU

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D66VH5HBdFU
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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby Cesare M. » 2011-05-31, 19:33

Michael wrote:Eu queria as letras para esta música. Façam o favor de interpretarem-nas, eu peço!

Sérgio Mendes - Barabare
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D66VH5HBdFU

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D66VH5HBdFU


Wow, todo bem video. :)

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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby Aóristos » 2011-05-31, 21:11

E as letras, onde estão? Não posso cantar aquela música se não tenho as letras dela!
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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby TeneReef » 2011-05-31, 21:38

A letra de uma música,
não as letras de uma música :P

it's not plural as in English (lyrics of a song),
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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby BlackZ » 2011-05-31, 22:33

Por alguma razão eu não tinha visto essa música aqui :?

Mas eu entendo porque ninguém escreveu a letra (sim, o TeneReef está certo) para ti: em alguns momentos é difícil entender o que a música diz. A primeira palavra, por exemplo. Eu não consigo entender de jeito nenhum... Eu acho que o cantor misturou outras línguas nessa música (muitas palavras lembram o tupi, outras o francês), mas não tenho certeza! Vou ouví-la mais vezes para ver se entendo melhor.

Os [...] são as partes que não entendi:

[...]
Eu liguei meu coração com o seu.
Pra chamar tua atenção e dizer
[...]
[...]
Transbordando pra sede de quem quer
[...]
Elegância de [...]
Aeee, aaah
[...] da crença da paz
Esse teu santo é demais
Essa folhinha verde de benzer
Aeee, aaah
Tu é da [...]
Esse teu santo é do mar
Essa [...] de dizer

Barabaraba, barabarabaré, barabararé

[...]
Transbordando pra sede de quem quer
[...]
Elegância de [...]
Aeee, aaah
[...] da crença da paz
Esse teu santo é demais
Essa folhinha verde de benzer
Aeee, aaah
Tu é da [...]
Esse teu santo é do mar
Essa [...] de dizer
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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby Aóristos » 2011-05-31, 23:31

Tá bom, tá bom. Agradeço todo esforço que tu pôs¹ na tentativa. Mil obrigadões. :) E essa música não é a primeira que ouvi do Sérgio Mendes que foi cantada em coloridas línguas além do português, logo esse fato não me deixa muito surpreendido.. :roll:
1=Este não é um erro, pelo menos na minha mente, se estava pensando isso. Tenho nenhuma vergonha em falar desta maneira, e se alguma pessoa for achar mal de eu falar assim, que vá tomar no meio do cu. :P
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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby Cesare M. » 2011-06-01, 0:06

n/a
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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby BlackZ » 2011-06-01, 0:45

Michael wrote:Tá bom, tá bom. Agradeço todo esforço que tu pôs¹ na tentativa. Mil obrigadões. :) E essa música não é a primeira que ouvi do Sérgio Mendes que foi cantada em coloridas línguas além do português, logo esse fato não me deixa muito surpreendido.. :roll:
1=Este não é um erro, pelo menos na minha mente, se estava pensando isso. Tenho nenhuma vergonha em falar desta maneira, e se alguma pessoa for achar mal de eu falar assim, que vá tomar no meio do cu. :P

Eu entendi o que você quis dizer com "coloridas" (eu já lí este termo em inglês em algum fórum do UniLang - significa diversidade), mas essa palavra me lembra homossexualismo quando escrito em português :gay:

Sobre o "tu pôs", eu confesso que uso o "tu" desta maneira o tempo todo quando falo (mas só o uso na escrita quando estou imitando minha fala). E também confesso que eu mandaria alguém que me corrigisse por isso tomar neste mesmo lugar. Porem, tome cuidado ao escrever palavras como "cu". Mas acho que você já sabe disso, certo?
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Escrito por: Sérgio Mendes

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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby Aóristos » 2011-06-01, 1:10

Coloridos+{nome} não significa algo como random, various, e tal? Porém, eu entendo a sua preocupação. Eu sei que não posso usar estes palavrões na mesma maneira de que uso aqueles americanos, mas às vezes, não consigo me conter com este bocão cheio de gírias! :)
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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby Marah » 2011-07-13, 21:02

Tenho uma pergunta, quando você diz "a sua mala" é o equivalente do espanhol "su maleta" ? Se eu diria "a tua mala" seria o equivalente do espanhol "tu maleta" ? Ou são as duas idênticas ? Eu ouvi da forma com "a maleta do senhor" pra falar com estrangeiros, mas eu sigo tendo dúvidas
Par exemple, l'enfant croit au Père Noël. L'adulte non. L'adulte ne croit pas au Père Noël. Il vote.

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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby Aóristos » 2011-07-14, 1:29

Acho que sim. Mas só que eu não empregaria os pronomes possessivos do singular da segunda pessoa na minha fala. Quer dizer, eu digo seu/sua/seus/suas em vez de teu/tua/teus/tuas. :wink:
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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby TeneReef » 2011-07-14, 1:42

Eu falo:

sua mala = your suitcase
a mala dele = his suitcase
a mala de vocês = your (pl) suitcase


if you use seu/sua in speech people will always interpret as your rather than his/her,
as for teu/tua, it is regional-sounding, more used in regions where tu is used (like Rio), but not exclusively
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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby Marah » 2011-07-14, 9:16

Ok, obrigado. Mas o "seu" sempre é informal ou pode ser formal como "a maleta do senhor" ?
Par exemple, l'enfant croit au Père Noël. L'adulte non. L'adulte ne croit pas au Père Noël. Il vote.

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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby TeneReef » 2011-07-14, 12:26

seu pode ser informal ou formal, como your em inglês
do senhor é sempre formal :P
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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby Marah » 2011-07-14, 12:30

Isto é a resposta que esperava, muito obrigado :P
Par exemple, l'enfant croit au Père Noël. L'adulte non. L'adulte ne croit pas au Père Noël. Il vote.

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Postby Al3 » 2011-08-10, 18:32

Músicas com letras: letras.mus.br endereço: http://letras.terra.com.br/tom-jobim/49028/ ou bem pode experimentar o vagalume: http://www.vagalume.com.br/roberto-carl ... etras.html Lá tem as músicas e as letras ao mesmo tempo.
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Re: Português [Brasileiro] / Portuguese [Brazilian]

Postby Marah » 2011-08-28, 10:34

Oi, tenho algumas perguntas
1- é muito mais comum ouvir "a gente" do que "nós" ? Se você estiver com amigos, é melhor usar "a gente" do que "nós" porque é mais coloquial?
2- Posso eliminar os "eu", um pouco como em espanhol, se a forma da primeira pessoa é diferente da terceira ?
3- Um brasileiro de São Paulo, ou de uma região que não usa o "tu", pode usar os "teu/tua" na sua fala?
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Par exemple, l'enfant croit au Père Noël. L'adulte non. L'adulte ne croit pas au Père Noël. Il vote.


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