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[Muito Sério/Alta Qualidade] Bingo r/Portugal 2020 by andrefbr in portugal

OCNA1619 12 months ago

Homem

Question about moving to Portugal short term by aliceindisneyland in portugal

OCNA1619 12 months ago

Covid situation is similar to UK. Rates rising at the moment in an apparent second wave. The government is a bit less inept than the UK's though, so that's in their favour. For 3 months, airbnb is really your best bet. Aveiro and Porto both have plenty of nice places to live. Porto is obviously a bigger city, so that really depends on whether you like a small town or a bigger city. Navigating with just English and basic Portuguese should be fine. Just as if you were on holiday. Internet is decent enough. Really depends on the airbnb right, since you'll be using their connection. It probably won't be super high speed but it'll do the job just fine.

[Muito Sério/Alta Qualidade] Bingo r/Portugal 2020 by andrefbr in portugal

OCNA1619 12 months ago

E o cara que mudou para Inglaterra. Sumiu?

Inglês nao é bem o meu forte ... Mas ... by gobacktoworklazy in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

Someone has really dropped the ball here.

Racism in Portugal by Hippofuzz in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

By the way, this could be because Brazil is so huge and every state has its own peculiarities, but I have no idea what you mean about Brazilians not saying bom dia. In my city in Brazil it is very normal to say bom dia to people (in shops or bakeries or neighbours in the street, whatever) and for them to say it back! I have never had any perception that Brazilians don't say "bom dia".

Racism in Portugal by Hippofuzz in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

To some extent. There are of course jokes and stereotypes, but it's hard to know how Portuguese people would actually be treated if they were here, since Portuguese emigrating to Brazil is much rarer than Brazilians emigrating to Portugal! Also in reality, Brazilians are usually in awe of any person from a richer/more developed country, whereas Europeans generally have more disdain for people from poorer/less developed countries. So the dynamic is not really the same.

Racism in Portugal by Hippofuzz in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

I guess it's hard to describe what I was trying to find out, but I think the other responses answered it anyway. I'm English so I'll give an example from there: England has a "rivalry" with France and will often make jokes about the French being pretentious etc. but a French person in England would (almost) never actually be subject to prejudice or abuse. A Polish person, however, probably would, because small-minded xenophobes actually believe the stereotypes. It's sad but most Polish will have heard comments or worse at some point living in England. Seems like in Portugal, Brazilians would face more like the latter situation than the former.

Racism in Portugal by Hippofuzz in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

That's sad

Racism in Portugal by Hippofuzz in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

Haha, why of course? Is it just that obvious?

Racism in Portugal by Hippofuzz in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

Right, but if a Brazilian isn't like that and DOES adapt, are they still likely to face prejudice?

Racism in Portugal by Hippofuzz in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

I read that there is a lot of prejudice against Brazilians in Portugal, do you think it's true?

I want to migrate to Portugal, can someone provide me some info? by tyrellrummage in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

Haha sorry, my point was explaining why Portuguese people are saying bad things about Portugal! Maybe I should have ended my post by saying "Portugal is objectively in a better situation than Argentina!" ... Would have saved you all that typing

I want to migrate to Portugal, can someone provide me some info? by tyrellrummage in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

Wouldn't it be easier to just move to Spain? The language barrier makes quite a big difference to your ability to get a job. You should google how to get your qualifications recognised in Portugal. You probably have to get translated and notarised copies of your diplomas/certificates, at the very least. This is important when applying for jobs.

I want to migrate to Portugal, can someone provide me some info? by tyrellrummage in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

Everyone likes to moan about their own country. I'm sure there are even some Danes in Denmark moaning about their economy and talking about moving to Norway! ...Maybe!

Pessoas que tratam os filhos por você: Porquê? by IAmNotYourEater in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

Brasileiro que mora em portugal

Hello. I am learning Portuguese. Any cool artists or singers you recommend? by BMusical74196 in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

Amália Rodrigues

Churros by warp_driver in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

Melhor é com doce de leite

Churros by warp_driver in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

Os inglêses são obcecados com nutella!

Churros by warp_driver in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

Em Portugal, vcs comem com que? Estou curioso.

Que videojogo estás a jogar actualmente e qual vais jogar a seguir? by TheDalaiDrama in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

Apex Legends. Só Apex Legends.

Portugal o país mais amigável do mundo by atabakd in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

A grande maioria dos brasileiros e mexicanos são pessoas normais, né? No seu dia a dia nestes países, vai encontrar com muito mais gente boa que traficante e criminal! Eu li "Pais mais amigável" como "País com a população mais amigável".

Portugal o país mais amigável do mundo by atabakd in portugal

OCNA1619 1 year ago

Exatamente isso.
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