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  1. #1340
    Quote Originally Posted by HerrPollon  [View Original Post]
    Hey, first of all, thanks to all of you.

    Can anyone tell me how to ask Brazilian girls to talk dirty (in Portuguese) to me?

    Thanks.
    My 1st contribution here.

    We talk about "safadeza" . In this context: "Fale umas safadezas para mim" = "Talk dirty to me".

    Hope it helps! And sorry for my poor English, Brazilian Portuguese is my mother language!

  2. #1339

    Quite Right

    Quote Originally Posted by Sperto  [View Original Post]
    I rather not clutter the Rio thread with portuguese lessons.

    Nope. "Eu estou aqui. " Very basic portuguese.
    Yes indeed. Still learning. Hope to improve a lot in the next couple months.

  3. #1338
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve9696  [View Original Post]
    Right sao was correct for they situation. If I were saying about myself there is a subtle difference between esta and sou. The difference is you use Sou when describing a more permanent state of existence. So for example:

    I am here now. Eu esta aqui.

    Vs.

    I am from the US. Eu sou dos Estados Unidos.
    I rather not clutter the Rio thread with portuguese lessons.

    Nope. "Eu estou aqui. " Very basic portuguese.

  4. #1337
    You need to speak more Portuguese. Or try to draw an analogy between one or another word in Portuguese and in Spanish. So it will be easier to remember the translation in 2 languages at once. I learned French from English. Of course, I used an online translator (if you need it, here's a resource https://www.translate.com/). In it, the plus is that you can record the text with your voice and the site immediately translates, also provides the voice acting of the translation.

  5. #1336

    Help with Bar Etc Conversation.

    Trying to learn basic Portuguese for say a Scandallo or Fazendinha interaction. I have a few of the basics, but appreciate your learned tips in improving any of the "book learning" below and ways to say certain things not covered in my specific course needs. Here are a few that I could use help with:

    Voce esta optima (is that the best way to tell a girl you like how she looks?

    Voce gostaria (bebida?

    You have beautiful eyes.

    You have a beautiful smile.

    Por favor, Eu gostaria (a rum and coke).

    Cum in mouth, Beijous na boca are included in price (this is Ok to ask in a negotiation I believe?

    That will probably do for now. Let me know others you think are handy besides the usual what's your name and where are you from. Really appreciate any help you can provide.

    Thanks!

  6. #1335
    Quote Originally Posted by EricCartman  [View Original Post]
    Board auto-edited my text -- should be "fala palavras safadas* comigo" . *safadinhas is even better (safadinha = dirty little.).
    So anyway, I just saw this in a photoacompanhantes ad:

    Falar besteirinhas no ouvido.

    Which is basically "talk little bullshit things in the ear" - besteira = bullshit, but here it appears to be used as little dirty things. (ouvido = (inner) ear).

  7. #1334
    Quote Originally Posted by EricCartman  [View Original Post]
    S"fala palavras safadas them portuguese" which is basically "talk dirty to me in portuguese".
    Board auto-edited my text -- should be "fala palavras safadas* comigo" . *safadinhas is even better (safadinha = dirty little.).

  8. #1333
    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    "Voc pode falar sujo comigo".
    So very very wrong. Sujo = dirty in the sense of unclean. Not right in this context. The other comment about "fala palavrao" is closer -- palavrao is a curse-word (fuck! Shit! *****!) . Not sure I would use imperative (fale!) for a request haha. Consider simple "fala palavras safadas them portuguese" which is basically "talk dirty to me in portuguese".

  9. #1332
    Quote Originally Posted by HerrPollon  [View Original Post]
    Hey, first of all, thanks to all of you.

    Can anyone tell me how to ask Brazilian girls to talk dirty (in Portuguese) to me?

    Thanks.
    Or "Fale palavrão para mim" (on google translator you can hear this phrase).

  10. #1331

    Site with Brazilian Slangs (Dictionary)

    https://www.morgana69mayfair.com/copia-us-home

    Here have many words and slangs from Brazil.

  11. #1330
    Memrise.com has a good language course which helps pick up the basic words. I was at it for roughly a month and could find mu way around, basic greetings, negotiations and some more in Portuguese was added to my vocab.

    Having a translator app is helpful too. Google translate works quite well.

  12. #1329

    Nothing in return?

    My aunt used to say "You come to me with empty hands" when she was talking about people who ask for favors but have nothing to offer in return. Is there a phrase or expression in Portuguese when someone asks you for a big favor but do not offer anything in return? Or they do nothing to motivate you to do a favor for them?

  13. #1328
    Thank you for the info, and the fast reply!

  14. #1327
    Quote Originally Posted by HerrPollon  [View Original Post]
    Hey, first of all, thanks to all of you.

    Can anyone tell me how to ask Brazilian girls to talk dirty (in Portuguese) to me?

    Thanks.
    "Você pode falar sujo comigo".

  15. #1326

    Dirty talk

    Hey, first of all, thanks to all of you.

    Can anyone tell me how to ask Brazilian girls to talk dirty (in Portuguese) to me?

    Thanks.

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