Our best source of expressions in Portuguese is our curious users!
There are some obvious places for finding Brazilian expressions, especially those that might be more enigmatic for English speakers. For example, books, newspapers, YouTube videos of local media, and even podcasts and videos of streamers.
Songs are a great way to learn Brazilian Portuguese expressions. In today’s post, we will see some expressions from Bezerra da Silva’s famous “Malandro é Malandro e Mané é Mané”.
After attending classes of some foreign language, speaking with native speakers you may realize they are not always able to understand what you want to say. If you have ever met an exchange student trying to speak in your native language, you may have noticed too if that doesn’t sound very natural.