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If you’re in Brazil or maybe a Brazilian speaking state, ever thought about the right way to tell the time in Brazilian? Telling the time in Brazilian is dependant on comprehending the Brazilian numbers and certain tips concerning the hours, minutes and seconds in Brazilian. Learn More

In this particular web site, you will understand easily how you can reveal to the time when it comes to Brazilian with all the subsequent phrases regarding:
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List of Phrases to Help You Telling Time in Brazilian Language

nowagora (ah-GOH-rah)
laterdepois (deh-POYSH)
beforeantes de (ANtesh deh)
morningmanhã (mah-NYAHNG)
afternoontarde (tahrd (Port.)/ TAHR-day (Brazil)/TAHR-jay (Rio))
eveningUse afternoon ("tarde") for early evening, and night ("noite") for late evening. Unlike English, "boa noite" is used as an initial greeting and not just to say goodbye.
nightnoite (NOIT (Port.)/ NOI-chay (Brazil))

Would like to know precisely how to say eight o’clock in Brazilian? Make use of the sentences below to guide you tell the actual time on the actual clock in Brazilian.
Please note:In a sentence add é just before one o'clock, noon and midnight, and são just before two through eleven o'clock. (English equivalent of "it is..."). Unlike Spanish, the definite article (Span. la; Port. a) is not used.
one o'clock AMuma hora da manhã (uma OH-ra dah man-yah)
two o'clock AMduas horas da manhã (dua-ZOH-ras dah man-yah)
noonmeio-dia (mayo deeah/ jeeah (Rio))
one o'clock PMuma hora da tarde (uma OH-ra dah tahrd (Port.)/ TAHR-day (Brazil))
two o'clock PMduas horas da tarde (dua-ZOH-ras dah tahrd (Port.)/ TAHR-day (Brazil))
half past three PMtrês e meia da tarde (tray-zee MAY-ah dah tard (Port.)/ TARD-day (Br.))
midnightmeia-noite (MAY-ah noyt (Port.)/ NOY-tay (Br.)/ NOY-tchee (Rio))

Take advantage of the simple Brazilian terms to know the time duration for instance a Year, Week and a Month in Brazilian language.
_____ minute(s)_____ minuto(s) (mee-NU-toh)
_____ hour(s)_____ hora(s) (OH-ra)
_____ day(s)_____ dia(s) (DEE-ah/ JEE-ah (Rio))
_____ week(s)_____ semana(s) (seh-MAH-nah)
_____ month(s)_____ mês(meses) (mayse)
_____ year(s)_____ ano(s) (ahno)

Click on the hyperlinks directly below to view a number of beneficial Brazilian holiday words and phrases which are arranged by category. For every holiday phrase in Brazilian, you will notice the actual English interpretation.

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