Let’s say you are visiting a gorgeous beach in Brazil, or walking through and old castle in Portugal and you want to express to your Brazilian or Portuguese friends how beautiful those places but you don’t know how to say Beautiful in Portuguese. What do you do?
In this post, you are going to learn how to say beautiful in Portuguese and when to use the word correctly. Looking for the best way to learn portuguese? Here you have it!
How to say Beautiful in Portuguese
Different of what happens in English, to say beautiful you don’t need to change the word according to the gender, for instance. Instead, only the last letter of the word will change. Let’s see:
Lindo/Linda means Beautiful in Portuguese
The word ‘lindo’ or ‘linda’ mean beautiful in Portuguese. Its usage may vary according to the speaker.
Lindo: used when referring to a masculine word. It doesn’t need to be a person.
Example: A Mariana tem um namorado lindo (Mariana has a handsome boyfriend).
Example: Nosso apartamento está ficando lindo! (Our apartment is going to be beautiful).
Linda: used when referring to a feminine word. It doesn’t need to be a person.
Example: O Carlos tem uma linda esposa (Carlos has a beautiful wife).
Example: Ontem fomos até uma praia linda (Yesterday we went to a beautiful beach).
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