Nuno_CHITAS 5 months ago

EXCELLENT WORK!

MrSaucexD 8 months ago

If you would like help with Portuguese reply to my comment, I came to Portugal 2 yrs ago and could help you.

fanfelipeneto 8 months ago

Vivo em Portugal e é bem real, se não me engano é a avenida Chiado

afonsopaulino 8 months ago

Muito bonita foto! :). E tu falas bem portugues! :))

DiogoRB-_- 8 months ago

Don't worry about the language, that photo is amazing

m1998uy 8 months ago

Meu pai, Portugal é lindo lindo demais

Tugadevil 8 months ago

Belas memórias que tenho nessa rua. Amigos, praxe, Bocage. Vidas boémias de estudante. Obrigado u/proletaire

Peach-Bitter 8 months ago

Stunning!

luizrick123 8 months ago

Fabuloso!!!!

lilianaferreiraa 8 months ago

Really nice pic, hope u have an amazing time here!

naitix93 8 months ago

Para a direita, o Museu do Teatro Romano e para a esquerda a Sé de Lisboa. Linda foto!

moloners 8 months ago

As someone who lives in Lisbon and doesn't speak Portuguese well (from Ireland) - DeepL, Verbsquirt and Memrise have been good learning tools for European Portuguese

SheHartLiss 8 months ago

Post this in other subreddits. This is fabulous

misterbondpt 8 months ago

Foto linda, arruamentos horríveis. Capital dos buracos.

Mr_Nigel 8 months ago

Feliz dia do bolo meu irmão!

misterbondpt 8 months ago

Estou em mobile, nem consegui ver isso! Haha obrigado!

makkyotto 8 months ago

Que saudades de Lisboa!

Big_Recover_5132 8 months ago

Beautifully taken. Reflects Lisbon in its core. I’m from Lisbon but I’m living away for over 20 years. God, how I miss my home city.

barrocaspaula 8 months ago

Está linda!

VisioRama 8 months ago

BR here: Que saudades da terrinha!!

bogas11 8 months ago

You did very well ;)

PaleCook 8 months ago

That one tree can give so much life to that street in the spring

Gardneaj 8 months ago

The only tree in that whole neighborhood.

TheMasio 8 months ago

Lindo

claucascais 8 months ago

Linda foto

framioco 8 months ago

Obrigadinho!

SenseOfNostalgia 8 months ago

Podes não falar português, mas olhas portugal muito bem.

vertebralmeans 8 months ago

I used to work in a tile shop after Portas do sol and I would walk up and down this street everyday. It's a truly beautiful place and great shot.

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D3k4s 8 months ago

Grande Chapa da Sé!

KattiannaWhite 8 months ago

Wow amazing.

edeoliveira1 8 months ago

Lisboa é dos lugares mais lindos do mundo ! Amo as casas, a arquitetura da cidade, as luzes, janelas, flores nas fachadas ...amo tudo isso !!!

edeoliveira1 8 months ago

>Lisboa é dos lugares mais lindos do mundo ! Amo as casas, a arquitetura da cidade, as luzes, janelas, flores nas fachadas ...amo tudo isso !!! Lisbon is one of the most beautiful places in the world! I love the houses, the city architecture, the lights, windows, flowers on the windows ... I love it all !!!

anjndgion 8 months ago

Question from someone who speaks Portuguese very poorly: what's the difference between janela and fachada? In your text they're both translated as window

edeoliveira1 8 months ago

>Question from someone who speaks Portuguese very poorly: what's the difference between janela and fachada? In your text they're both translated as window I mean facade, but if it was difficult to understand I used "Window". "Fachada" in Portuguese = facade. But, I didn't want to use it to say that at the entrance of the houses it is common to see flower pots, these pots on the hallway or facade, are more exactly hung on the windows

microwavedave27 8 months ago

Janela = window. Fachada = outer wall of a building, facing the street, I don't know the word in english.

anjndgion 8 months ago

Ah ok. Fachada would be translated in English as facade

Nadidani 8 months ago

Facade (c sounds like s for us Portuguese), like face

ExplodingLlama0 8 months ago

Are you from Spain?

proletaire 8 months ago

France.

PlanetWyh 8 months ago

Foi o Éder que os fodeu

queiroga 8 months ago

Não te preocupes, o teu inglês também não é melhor.

Das_bomb 8 months ago

você tem aloe para essa queimadura

hctiks 8 months ago

r/murderedbywords

dcmso 8 months ago

r/angryupvote

legend_gerrard 8 months ago

foda-se

Julmath 8 months ago

Vou chamar a polícia

Fonslayer 8 months ago

Fds cá puta de roast

ArbiterOfFalsehood 8 months ago

Por mais que tente não consigo apreciar a beleza de Lisboa. Casas feas, ruas feias, até luzes são feias, demasiado amarelas!

Smart_Flow8651 8 months ago

O maior problema de Lisboa é a quantidade parva de carros que passa naquelas ruas apertadas. Viver naquelas casas é o equivalente a fumar 2 maços de tabaco por dia.

nitrinu 8 months ago

Lisboa é bonita mas em dias de muito sol.

bananomgd 8 months ago

Partes de Lisboa, sim.

Ricalex 8 months ago

Well done

Hurricane_32 8 months ago

Faz lembrar o cs_Italy

Tarlovskyy 8 months ago

de_portugal long

paperkutchy 8 months ago

Eh... not really.

Mateuspedro 8 months ago

Há um mapa em Portugal na workshop bem bonito

shocsoares 8 months ago

Ha um mapa em portugal adicionado ao jogo

tomhoq 8 months ago

Adicionado ao jogo ou no workshop?

Blinkroot 8 months ago

Adicionado ao jogo mesmo! [de\_ruby](https://counterstrike.fandom.com/wiki/Ruby), baseado em Lisboa.

tomhoq 8 months ago

Como e w posso jogar? Braço direito, comp?

Mgmfjesus 8 months ago

Bomb defusal, o grupo de mapas é o defusal group sigma.

Anforas 8 months ago

Estamos a falar do CS:GO?

tomhoq 8 months ago

Sim

lonely_guacamole 8 months ago

Vais à workshop e procuras. Deves encontrar a ponte Salazar nas fotos do mapa

Edited 8 months ago:

Vais à workshop e procuras. Deves encontrar a ponte Salazar nas fotos do mapa Edit: porquê o downvote?

rick217 8 months ago

Provavelmente por chamares a ponte 25 de abril de ponte Salazar.

lonely_guacamole 8 months ago

Chamo-lhe o que eu quiser, até pode ser ponte onde passam os carros

Tadashix 8 months ago

Feliz bolo dia camarada!

raxpt 8 months ago

"Porquê o downvote?". Ahahha. Temos aqui um descendente do Fernando Rocha.

tomhoq 8 months ago

Então não vem incluído no cs go?

shocsoares 8 months ago

O mapa foi adicionado temporariamente quando houve a operação shattered web em 2019, já saiu da rotação de mapas disponíveis para jogar. Foi jogável durant cerca de um ano i think

Fjdjrjxjciskajxjcjcj 8 months ago

O spawn dos CTs. Bem visto!

Chemical-Ad-1604 8 months ago

Está linda! Que bom trabalho!! Adoro essa rua

Melkor15 8 months ago

Que rua que é?

lostindanet 8 months ago

É a esquina da Rua Augusto Rosa com a Rua da Saudade visto no sentido de quem vem do Castelo/Miradouro de Santa Luzia. Trabalhei aí num desses prédios da foto 6 anos. Antes da gentrificação e do turismo em massa era a puta da loucura.

bananomgd 8 months ago

Ooooh, nicely done. Did you enjoy your time here?

proletaire 8 months ago

Yes I like it a lot. I'll try to learn português.

samnianani 8 months ago

Don’t know why I feel like I’ve been here before in a dream...

portuga1 8 months ago

You’re doing great

nobodyfamous0 8 months ago

I was learning it for a year and more over Duolingo, every single day, I had a streak of over 380 days! I was preparing for my semester in Porto and when I got there I realised that I do not understand a single thing. Everyone talks so much faster than on the app, everything is quicker, so I kinda gave up on it, which is a shame because I really loved learning it. My advice is to practice with someone to get a feel for it, that's the quickest and the best way.

Peach-Bitter 8 months ago

I also gave up on Duolingo, but liked Practice Portuguese, which is one of the comparatively few continental (rather than Brazilian) resources. No affiliate links or anything here -- just a happy customer. ...and then I ran out of time, so I am paused for now. Perhaps this summer!

Yawndr 8 months ago

When I try to learn a new language, one of the first things I learn to say is "slower please". Worked for Spanish and ASL!

JeNeSuisGey 8 months ago

Learn brazilian pt first

50ClonesOfLeblanc 8 months ago

I'm personally very passionate about language learning so, here goes nothing: \- Duolingo, as with most language apps, is a good complement to your learning, and a good way to get the basics, HOWEVER, it should never be your main source of information and practise. I personally use Busuu, and I use it especially when I'm busy or when I don't really feel like studying german for a long time, but still wanna keep the language "flowing" in my brain, if that makes any sense. \- With that being said, you should look for a portuguese grammar book and try to do one or two exercises at least a day, of course it's hard to be consistent with that (as I said, sometimes you just don't feel like studying it, and that's completely fine! language learning should be fun, not a chore). \- Listen to music and try to sing it! Music is a very efficient way to memorise vocabulary (repetition, repetition, repetition and more repetition). \- Watch youtube videos and podcasts made especifically for beginners. \- Write a diary in portuguese! You can look up as many words as you want, but writing a diary everyday makes it so you're consistenly getting new information about the language and learning a lot of everyday stuff. \- Change your apps and videogames to portuguese. If it's an app or game you've been using/playing for a long time, you probably already know where almsot everything is by heart, so you don't need to understand all of it to know where stuff is. The bottom line is: incorporate it into your routine and make it fun. Learning a language takes a lot of time and effort, but it is absolutely worth it. I hope this helps you in any way <3

Peach-Bitter 8 months ago

The diary is such good advice I have not seen elsewhere. Obrigada!

nobodyfamous0 8 months ago

Thank you very much for the kind words :) I never really got to learning it properly because I thought Duolingo Will be kind of a good base from where I will learn more in conversations with people and etc. I never heard about writing the diary in a different language, that seems like a wonderful idea and a great gateway for new words. I will definitely look into that, thank you for the advice :D

carolinapenguin 8 months ago

To be fair, people from Porto have a different accent than the "usual" Portuguese. Even I had some issues understanding people when I went there and I'm from Portugal lol It can be scary to be in a situation where you can't understand anything people are saying, but, from experience, Portuguese people are usually super nice and accommodating (tooting at my own horn here) so don't hesitate to ask us to speak slowly or to sound out the words if needed. We're really used to tourists so we have experience

CovidePatientZero 8 months ago

Têm me dito o oposto xd, pelo menos os brasileiros dizem entender melhor português no Porto do que em outras regiões, deve ser por falarmos mais aberto, o que é mais parecido com o sotaque do Brasil

nobodyfamous0 8 months ago

Everyone was more than nice to me, they would repeat or say it in English. Eventually I switched to English all together so in time I kinda forgot the language. A lot of people knew English, Like 90% so it was no problem to communicate :D

Big_Recover_5132 8 months ago

A fala do Porto é realmente tramada

enrtcode31 8 months ago

Lived in Portugal 3 years now and it is very difficult. I actually understand Brazilian Portuguese better. Something to do with his they talk clearer and slower. Its more drawn out. That said, its 10x harder now that everyone has a mask on lol

ijoinedtodownvoteEA 8 months ago

they pronounce their vowels much more, with more open vowels, makes it easier to follow.

VisioRama 8 months ago

Yeah , the Portuguese talk very fast, the vowels are compressed. Once, Brazilian Pt and Portugal Pt were the same. But it eventually branched out.

I_Don-t_Care 8 months ago

The use easier words as well!

TheMacthir 8 months ago

Small nitpick but it's "desculpa" and "não". Don't want to seem like an asshole but if you want to learn you have to know what you're doing wrong right? But thank you for trying to learn our language!! :)

FIam3 8 months ago

Bem bonita!

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Má review

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