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Brazil Wonders: Good Morning in Portuguese 

brazilwonders:

To say good morning in Portuguese, Brazilians actually say “good day” – “bom dia”. This can be very confusing, because the actual word for morning in Portuguese is manhã, but Brazilians never ever say “boa manhã.”

The phrase for good morning in Portuguese – “bom dia” – also means “good day.” So you could say to someone “tenha um bom dia” and it would mean “have a good day” not “have a good morning.”

One thing that Brazilians like to say when they tell you good morning in Portuguese is “Bom dia flor do dia!” I don’t know where this comes from, it is just one of those silly phrases that people say. It means: “Good morning flower of the day!” You could also ask someone “dormiu bem?” – “slept well?”

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codex-libraria:

Dica de leitura: Iracema
Iracema é um romance da literatura romântica brasileira publicado em 1865 e escrito por José de Alencar, fazendo parte da trilogia indianista do autor. Os outros dois romances pertencentes à trilogia são O guarani e Ubirajara.
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codex-libraria:

Dica de leitura: Iracema

Iracema é um romance da literatura romântica brasileira publicado em 1865 e escrito por José de Alencar, fazendo parte da trilogia indianista do autor. Os outros dois romances pertencentes à trilogia são O guarani e Ubirajara.

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brazilwonders:

Campos do Jordão - São Paulo (by keru-chan)

brazilwonders:

Campos do Jordão - São Paulo (by keru-chan)

quandoeurio:

Simone de Beauvoir e JP Sartre, Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, 1960
foto: AFP

quandoeurio:

Simone de Beauvoir e JP Sartre, Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, 1960

foto: AFP

avesdobrasil:

Arara-vermelha-grande (Ara chloropterus)
Chico Martins 

avesdobrasil:

Arara-vermelha-grande (Ara chloropterus)

Chico Martins 

avesdobrasil:

Sabiá-laranjeira (Turdus rufiventris)
Eduardo Brettas

avesdobrasil:

Sabiá-laranjeira (Turdus rufiventris)

Eduardo Brettas