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Sardinha, M. Scherer, K. Toward a dynamic theory of emotion: The component process model of affective states. Geneva Studies in Emotion and Communication, 1, What are emotions? And how can they be measured? Social Science Information, 44, Strauss, G. Emotional intensity and categorisation ratings for emotional and nonemotional words. Abstract The traditional teaching method contributed to the motivation on the study of the Portuguese language and also to the fragility of teaching, since reading and writing are essential in the development of all programs.

These facts have motivated the search for new pedagogical perspectives that valued the knowledge acquired by the child, the implicit knowledge, which leads to a learning of discoveries where students take the lead in their own learning. For this end, it was produced a dramatic text that served as motivation for this study and culminated in its representation to the school community. The objectives meant to lead students to discover, recognize and identify the conjunctions "and," "or" and "but", and to differentiate text of a dramatic narrative, based on Active Approach to Discovery.

As a result, students have gained wisdom, team spirit, sharing of knowledge and teachers discovered the benefits of using a practical and playful discovery, as a teaching method. Keywords: education, conjunctions, discovery, playfulness. Quantas vezes? Para que serve? Deste modo, delineou-se o seguinte plano de trabalho, o qual teria subjacente a abordagem pela Descoberta, o ludismo, num clima de interdisciplinaridade. O Coelhinho olha espantado e questiona. Nem - Eu sou o Nem. Mas - Eu sou o Mas. E, Mas, Nem em coro - Ah!

Aprofundamento de conhecimentos A turma nesta etapa continua dividida nos mesmos grupos, que passam a ter novas tarefas: 3 — Aprofundando conhecimentos: 3. Elas podem ser coordenativas ou subordinativas. Os ensaios eram levados a efeito na hora de biblioteca de que a turma dispunha semanalmente. Paulo: Loyola. Bruner, Jerome The Process of Education. Piaget, J. Paulo: Martins Fontes. Nem - nem… Felpudo - …nem de gritos. E - Sim. Agora basta que nos apresentemos e que te tornes nosso amigo. Mas - Tornamos frases simples em frases complexas. Mas… vamos rezar?! E - Por exemplo, ainda te lembras do que disseste quando entraste aqui?!

Felpudo - Lembro. E - Isso mesmo! Felpudo - Ah! A minha frase ficou maior e mais completa! Mas - Isso! E cada vez que ela aparecia tu… Felpudo - Completava ainda mais a minha frase; tornava-a mais complexa. Mas… Mas — Diz! O coelhinho, por momentos, fica calado, pensativo e triste E — Que se passa coelhinho? Coelho — Acho que sim! Mas… E tu? Para que serves? Mas — de sorriso aberto Para o que acabaste de fazer!

Felpudo — Como?! Felpudo — AH! Mas — Eu sirvo para isso… para marcar algo duvidoso, algo pouco seguro, adverso. Eu advirto, sou Adversativa. Tenho um apelido diferente. Felpudo — Que nomes mais complicados! E — Com o tempo, tu vais conhecer-nos melhor! Felpudo —Talvez! E — Claro que sim! Felpudo — Quero, quero! Alice Cardoso. Abstract This paper intends to analyse the written production of deaf students considering linguistic interference from Portuguese Sign Language. We aim to consider the notion of error and mistake, suggesting some activities that may help deaf students to learn Portuguese easily Key-words: Portuguese Sign Language; Deaf Students; Written Portuguese.

Todavia, como afirmam Sandra Nascimento e Margarita Correia,. Importa atentar um pouco nestas condicionantes antes de prosseguirmos. Veja-se um exemplo que concretize a metodologia contrastiva que referimos. Variante de um morfema determinado pelo contexto. Eu tenho bastante dificuldade de conjugar os verbos. Esta pergunta fornece-nos a resposta. No bolo temos farinha, ovos, leite, entre outros. Veja-se uma frase sem cimento: vou casa.

E outra quase a desmoronarse: casa porco amigo ir. Vamos por o cimento? Veja-se como exemplo um texto de um surdo:. Lisboa, Caminho. O papel do outro na escrita de sujeitos surdos. Cambridge: University Press. Abstract This paper intends to suggest some activities centred on phonological awareness during primary school.

Our proposal is based on a continuous and systematic practice of this dominium articulated with other contents taught in class. We propose some exercises based on various textual genre in order to make phonological awareness significant to teachers and students. Lisboa: Universidade Aberta. Mexer bem. Receita retirada de Petiscos. PPEB; , p. Gillon, Gail, Phonological Awareness. Andrade, M. Viana e A. Reis, Carlos coord. Viana, F.

Therefore, we begin with contrasting the notions of gender and sex and with the processes of marking name gender in Portuguese coming from Latin and Romance languages. Later, we will review the processes that the authors mentioned above consider to indicate the gender of words, by distinguishing morphological, morphosyntactic and lexical strategies.

We will present, at last, several proposals for activities aimed at different teaching levels, in order to systematize this information and make it meaningful for teachers and students. Key words: Grammatical gender; morphosyntactic and lexical processes; explicit teaching. Este contraste acaba por gerar nomes de subclasses diferentes: nome comum e nome coletivo. Veja-se a agramaticalidade dos exemplos 24 e O morfema derivacional pode ser afixado ao feminino 26 , a ambas as formas 27 ou apenas ao masculino Entre estes nomes temos os ilustrados em Entendemos que, num primeiro momento, se podem agrupar os nomes em dois grupos, sendo abordados no ensino-aprendizagem de forma gradual e pela ordem aqui apresentados.

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Botelho, J. Rio de Janeiro: Botelho. Teoria da Linguagem. Coimbra: Coimbra Editora. Corbett, G. Costa, J. Cunha, C. De La Grasserie, R. Hockett , C. A course in modern linguistics. New York: Macmillan. Huber, Joseph. Lucchesi, D. Lisboa: Imprensa Nacional — Casa da Moeda pp. Luft, C. Neves, M. M , Nunes, J. Villalva, A. Eram livros maus, eram livros bons — era o que havia. Eram os livros que as minhas tias liam, romances de amor, grandes dramas que faziam chorar muito mas acabavam sempre em casamento. Foram esses maus livros que me criaram o gosto pela leitura.

Que me deram vontade de ler sempre mais. Tenho o retrato de ambos na minha mesa de trabalho. Abstract The reading activities in the classroom are ruled by the national program which, besides prescribing the corpora of the text that is object of study, determines the way it should enhance different reading skills and convey historical, cultural and literary identity marks. In the specific case of. However, the learning materials that support the development of reading skills put into play other texts that transcend the boundaries of literature.

The reflection that we propose focuses exactly on two aspects: Are all texts equally significant for the development of skills in this area, or should we resort to rigorous screening, since each one plays a specific role within the learning process? The next question is also relevant, and it is related with the differences between the readings done in school and those practiced by students outside the educational field, in a personal sphere.

Should this recreational reading be oriented as well or should we give the students, especially the ones in the 2nd and 3rd cycles of teaching, an unrestricted freedom of choice? Since each text provides students with their own and singular horizon of expectations, giving them, therefore, distinct opportunities to develop knowledge, skills and to form a vision of the world, must all texts be reading subjects?

Are all texts, therefore, good ones? Calvino, Certamente que sim. Quasi Editora. Castelo Branco, Camilo, Garrett, Almeida, Pessoa, Fernando, Vicente, Gil, Herculano, Alexandre, Assim sendo, a leitura enquanto atividade nuclear de aprendizagem coloca-nos hoje novos desafios dentro e fora da escola. No fundo, de modo mais ou menos indireto, solicita-se-lhes o estatuto de canonicidade. A triagem dos textos deve atender ao. De facto, o. O tipo de texto, as metas de leitura, os contextos em que ela ocorre e as diretrizes do professor constituem, pois, fatores que condicionam a grande variabilidade das atividades realizadas pelo leitor.

Na verdade, o NPP acentua a ideia de que. Quais os mais adequados? O que devo comprar para que ele aprenda a gostar de ler? Ler mais. Por isso se acentua a necessidade de ler, como uma das formas para ler bem. Eles, melhor do que qualquer outra pessoa, conhecem os alunos, as suas dificuldades e podem, com maior rigor e propriedade, adequar a escolha do texto ao leitor. Todos estes autores possuem obras capazes de disponibilizar textos adequados a alunos com esta maturidade leitora. Seco mostra que.

NPP, p. Substituindo-se aos professores? Uma Teoria da Poesia. Bloom, Harold, Lisboa: Temas e Debates. El canon literario. Yale University Press. Genius: A mosaic of one hundred exemplary creative minds. NY: Warner Books. Buckingham, D. Media education: Literacy, learning and contemporary culture. Cambridge: Polity Press Calvino, Italo, Barcelona: Tusquets Editores. Calvino, Italo, Lisboa: Teorema. Costa, P. FLUC: Coimbra. Acedido em 17 de junho de Ferry, Luc Paris: Odile Jacob Fowler, Alaistair, Fowler, Alaistair, Kinds of Literature.

An Introduction to the theory of genres and modes. Oxford: Clarendon. E: Lisboa. Nogueira, Carlos. Potts, John. Lisboa: Livros Horizonte. Kermode, Frank, Pinto, Manuel, In Comunicar Huelva: Espana. Acedido a 12 de julho de Reis, Carlos, O Conhecimento da Literatura. Coimbra: Almedina. Reis, Carlos Actas.


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Seco, Eduarda, Um estudo de caso num agrupamento de escolas de Coimbra. Coimbra: ESEC. Este levantamento foi implementado com um grupo de alunos, do 4. Abstract The basic aim of this work consisted in make a brief theoretical approach to the importance of illustration in the education of visual literacy of children, emphasizing the materiality of children's books. More specifically, it has been made a comparative analysis of the materiality of the book A Flor Vai Pescar Num Bote, from Alves Redol, based on the illustrations of the first edition , compared with the most recent edition of the same title This survey was implemented with a group of students, of the 4 level, from the Basic Education Schools of Penacova, focusing, thus, on the work fulfilled by them, in a comparative analysis of the materiality of the two books concerned.

Key-words: Literature for children, visual literacy, illustration, materiality of a book. Recentemente, em , a editora A quem pertence o livro, ao autor ou ao ilustrador? Scott, Carole How Picturebooks work? London: Garland Publishing. Ainda a este respeito, ao. O leitor entra no mundo do nonsense, o que lhe permite um maior entusiasmo na sua leitura. Nas estampas de LP a linguagem visual dialoga, de forma ajustada, com a linguagem verbal.

Contudo, torna-se bastante revelador o facto de na. A ideia tradicional de que o texto era para ser lido … e as imagens para serem vistas … foi questionada. O Veado Florido. Viana, Marta Martins, Eduarda Coquet. Figueiredo, Anabela de Oliveira Maia, Gil Abstract Translating and interpreting idioms or proverbs into sign language raises several issues of linguistic and cultural nature that the interpreter must be aware of and apply in order to guarantee a good interpreting performance. This paper analyses different contexts where we can find this type of expressions and the different translation and interpretation alternatives we can choose from to render their content.

Several examples will allow us to establish a parallel, or not, between idioms and proverbs belonging to Portuguese language and Portuguese Sign language. Finally there is a report of a study on whether we can find proverbs in Portuguese Sign language LGP and about the way deaf people relate themselves with this form of expression. Keywords: Portuguese Sign Language; idiom; proverb; translation; interpretation.

Interpreting an Introduction. Describing Language. Lisboa: Editorial Caminho Lyons, J. Lisboa: Litexa Editora Ulmann, S. Idioms Organiser. Boston: Thomson Heinle. Neste sentido, foram envolvidos, no estudo, todos os professores do 1. Efectivamente, os alunos declaram maioritariamente gostar de ler, sendo que o livro faz parte do seu universo de bens afetivos. Parece evidente que para este lugar de sombra podemos encontrar alguma luz explicativa nos pontos que a seguir apresentamos. Silva, Pereira, Que objectivos de aprendizagem nos permite ele perseguir?

Dispy e Dumortier, Palavras, 25, Elley, Warwick, B. Anstey Eds. Paris, OCDE. Castro, R. Almedina: Coimbra. O Jogo do Livro Infantil e Juvenil pp. Tauveron, C. De la GS au CM. Paris, Hatiers. En muchos casos, los maestros se muestran reticentes —por desconocimiento o por actitud refractaria- a los cambios. Y los cambios que se introducen en las aulas son, muchas veces, simples cambios superficiales.

Aunque este sea un Palou, J. Fons, M. En Aula de Infantil. Maestra A. Hay un grupo que va a estar pensando cosas relacionadas con las palabras y con las letras. Maestra B. Y entonces, nos quedan fijadas mal y cuando las decimos, las decimos mal. Por eso es importante que ahora que ha salido esta palabra, pues recordemos que no es Aguineu y que tenemos que decir zorro guineu. Irene: Si M: y lo puedes escribir Irene: si Maestra B: 1r curso.

M: porque cuando tenga un ratito y la pregunte, no quiero sorpresas eh? La ordenaremos en la carpeta verde. Ahora lo que nos interesa es que no suene. Vale, buscamos palabras con gui. Aina: abierto! Alba: una uve y una o M: es una uve y una o. Gerard, sal a la pizarra y escribe farola M: muy bien, chico. No levanten la mano, sale el que yo diga. Judith: una cedilla M: borra la ese y escribe una cedilla.

Pero la forma de concebir el lenguaje escrito y su aprendizaje puede ser radicalmente distinta. En el lado opuesto, el producido con la maestra del taller de escritura. El comentario de la tutora al ver el texto realizado en el taller ha sido: -si pueden realizar estos textos es porque en clase han aprendido muy bien las letras, su sonido y su escritura.

No hay duda que ambas maestras tienen concepciones bien distintas. Ello facilita y promueve interpretaciones y aplicaciones de naturaleza muy diversa, tal como hemos visto. Aprender se considera un proceso y este proceso es tan importante como el punto de llegada final, el resultado. Se fomenta un aprendizaje significativo y funcional de los contenidos. David Woods , citado en Palou, Juli El pensamiento del profesor. Camps coord. The nature of growth of knowledge in student teaching. Teaching and Teacher Education, 7, Instituto Fronesis.

Pasado y presente de los verbos leer y escribir. Aprendizaje del lenguaje escrito. Barcelona: Anthropos. Buenos Aires: Santillana. Abstract Rejecting the perspective that sees them as disabled, the deaf communities consider themselves linguistic minorities. Under that vision, they claim equal opportunities in education, through the recognition of sign languages as their first languages and as curricular areas. Legislation in Portugal has accomplished these claims. The publishing of the Portuguese Sign Language Syllabus gave the necessary orientations to its implementation.

In this article, we aim to analyse the discourses of actors that participated in the elaboration of this syllabus and discourses of school professionals coordinators of reference schools for the deaf and Portuguese Sign Language teachers. Neste artigo, procuramos dar conta de alguns dos resultados obtidos. Para este artigo, mobilizamos dados obtidos de quatro entrevistas.

Para este fim, os Estados Partes adoptam as medidas apropriadas, incluindo: a … ;. Na altura sim, fomos logo convidados. Normalmente ia eu e alguns colegas Entrevistada A. E punham os meninos todos misturados, do primeiro, segundo, terceiro e quarto anos, mas tinham todos necessidades diferentes. Era quase como se fosse um apoio aos gestos.

Este programa curricular constitui por isso um marco nas conquistas da comunidade surda portuguesa. Algumas escolas continuam a utilizar os professores surdos para apoiar prioritariamente os professores ouvintes. A escola disse que sim. Eu continuo a questionar a escola. Alguns alunos tiveram mais sorte do que outros, depende das escolas. Uns entraram para a escola tarde, com sete e oito anos.

Entrevistado C. Os professores surdos quando concorrem para as escolas geralmente concorrem mais tarde. Porto: Tese de doutoramento, F. Ball, S. The policy processes and the processes of policy. Bowe, S. Gold orgs. Cavaca, F. Martins, M. Fernandes, D. Noesis, 18, Stoer, S. Wieviorka, M. To that effect, we will contextualize it by having in mind some key-concepts pertaining to this field, namely in what regards deafness and its developmental and social-cultural implications, as well as PSL linguistic specificities and professional interpretation activity.

The problem is that the hearing world does not listen. Jesse Jackson. Como referem Schlesinger and Meadow , cit. Neste sentido, e segundo Skliar , cit. Neste sentido, estamos de acordo com Jokinen Leroi-Gourhan, , cit. Tal preconceito. Ora neste sentido, tudo aponta para que o CODA licenciado, inserido desde sempre num ambiente bilingue, envolvido e mesclado na comunidade surda, entre tantos outros, esteja.

Bibliografia Afonso, C. Alferes, Valentim R. Coimbra: F. Amaral, M. Bell, J. Lisboa: Editorial Caminho. Centro Hospitalar de Coimbra sd. Perscrutar e Escutar a Surdez. Correia, I. Gallardo, B. La Comunidad Sorda. Grosjean, F. Life as a bilingual, the reality of living with two or more languages - Those incredible interpreters. Sign Language: The study of deaf people and their language. It is called the past subjunctive when referring counterfactually to the present, and is called the pluperfect subjunctive when referring counterfactually to the past.

As shown in the above table, the form of the subjunctive is distinguishable from the indicative in five circumstances:. However, even when the subjunctive and indicative forms are identical, their time references are usually different. Some modal auxiliaries have a past subjunctive form. For example, the indicative will as in He will come tomorrow has the subjunctive form would as in I wish that he would come tomorrow. Likewise, the indicative can as in He can do it now has the subjunctive form could as in I wish that he could do it now.

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And the indicative shall as in I shall go there has the subjunctive form should as in If I should go there, …. In Early Modern English, the past subjunctive was distinguishable from the past indicative not only in the verb to be as in Modern English but also in the second-person singular of all verbs. For example: indicative thou sattest , but subjunctive thou sat. Nevertheless, in some texts in which the pronoun thou is used, a final -est or -st is sometimes added; for example, thou beest appears frequently in the work of Shakespeare and some of his contemporaries.

In Portuguese, the subjunctive subjuntivo or conjuntivo is used to talk about situations which are seen as doubtful, imaginary, hypothetical, demanded, or required. It can also express emotion, opinion, disagreement, denial, or a wish. Its value is similar to the one it has in formal English:. As in Spanish, the imperfect subjunctive is in vernacular use, and it is employed, among other things, to make the tense of a subordinate clause agree with the tense of the main clause:.

Note that there are authors [ who? Portuguese differs from other Romance languages in having retained the medieval future subjunctive futuro do subjuntivo , which is rarely used in Spanish and Galicianand has been lost in other West Iberian Romance languages. It expresses a condition that must be fulfilled in the future, or is assumed to be fulfilled, before an event can happen.

Spanish and English will use the present tense in this type of clause. For example, in conditional sentences whose main clause is in the conditional, Portuguese, Spanish and English employ the past tense in the subordinate clause. Nevertheless, if the main clause is in the future, Portuguese will employ the future subjunctive where English and Spanish use the present indicative.

Note that English, when being used in a rigorously formal style, takes the present subjunctive in these situation, example: If I be, then… Contrast the following two sentences. The first situation is counterfactual; the listener knows that the speaker is not a king. However, the second statement expresses a promise about the future; the speaker may yet be elected president.

The future subjunctive is identical in form to the personal infinitive in regular verbs, but they differ in some irregular verbs of frequent use. However, the possible differences between the two tenses are due only to stem changes. They always have the same endings. It is important to see how the meaning of sentences can change by switching subjunctive and indicative:. Below, there is a table demonstrating subjunctive and conditional conjugation for regular verbs of the first paradigm -ar , exemplified by falar to speak.

Compound verbs in subjunctive are necessary in more complex sentences, such as subordinate clauses with embedded perfective tenses e. To form compound subjunctives auxiliar verbs ter or haver must conjugate to the respective subjunctive tense, while the main verbs must take their participles. Some traces of the languages of the native peoples of western Iberia Gallaeci, Lusitanians, Celtici or Conii persist in the language, as shown below. The apico-alveolar retracted sibilant is a result of bilingualism of speakers of Basque and Vulgar Latin. Basque influence is prominent in Portuguese language and entered through Spanish, because aside from it is a result of bilingualism of speakers of Basque and Vulgar Latin, many Castilians native speakers of Spanish who took part in the Reconquistaand later repopulation campaigns were of Basque lineage.

Although there is not a comprehensive study or wordcount on how much Celtic or Celtiberian survived in Portuguese and Galician , it is fair to say that after Latin, this ancient language or fragments of several languages; left an important mark in the Portuguese language as we know it. A considerable number of the Portuguese surnames spread in all Portuguese-speaking countries and ex-colonies today is Celtic or of Latinised, Celtic-borrowings. This is not a comprehensive list of those. Projections on Celtic vocabulary excluding more modern French and other loanwords , toponyms and derivations in Portuguese, indicate over 1, words.

Projections on Iberian vocabulary, toponyms and derivations in Portuguese, indicate just a few dozen words in total. Influences from outside Europe With the Portuguese discoveries linguistic contact was made, and the Portuguese language became influenced by other languages with which it came into contact outside Europe. In Brazil, many placenames and local animals have Amerindian names, the same occurring with the local Bantu languages in Angola and Mozambique.

Most logical origin as bagpipes were traditionally made from goats skin. This was the name of the mother of William the Conqueror, who, according to tradition, was a commoner. Saint Clotilde was the wife of the Frankish king Clovis, whom she converted to Christianity. Euric was the name of a 5th-century king of the Visigoths. The Visigoths brought the name to the Iberian Peninsula, where it entered into the royal families of Spain and Portugal. From there it became common among the Habsburg royal family of the Holy Roman Empire and Austria, starting with the Spanish-born Ferdinand I in the 16th century.

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See Breton: Gwilherm. This was the name of five kings of Norway and three kings of Denmark. See also Harold and Harald. It was borne by a 6th-century saint, the son of Liuvigild the Visigothic king of Hispania. Could be an early version of Isolda. Alternative theories suggest that it may in fact be derived from a cognate Celtic element. This was the name of several saints who are also commonly known as Saint Yves or Ives.

It was derived from the Germanic element Gaut, which was from the name of the Germanic tribe the Gauts, combined with a Latin diminutive suffix. Rare, mainly in Portugal and Spain. Skip to content. Verbs are highly inflected: there are three tenses past, present, future , three moods indicative, subjunctive, imperative , three aspects perfective, imperfective, and progressive , three voices active, passive, reflexive , and an inflected infinitive. Subject, Object, and Complement The central element of almost any Portuguese clause is a verb, which may directly connect to one, two, or rarely three nouns or noun-like phrases , called the subject, the object more specifically, the direct object , and the complement more specifically, the object complement or objective complement.

Meanwhile, in Brazilian Portuguese, the subject pronoun is more likely to be repeated. As in other null subject SVO languages, the subject is often postponed, mostly in existential sentences, answers to partial questions and contrast structures: Existem muitos ratos aqui! Fui eu. It was me. Portuguese declarative sentences, as in many languages, are the least marked ones. Q: Gostaste do filme? A: Gostei. A: Tinhas! Q: Gostou do filme? A: Gostei, sim! A: Gostei, gostei! Portuguese has a definite article and an indefinite one, with different forms according to the gender and number of the noun to which they refer: singular plural meaning masculine feminine masculine feminine definite article o a os as the indefinite article um uma uns umas a, an; some The written form of the Portuguese articles is the same, independently of the next word.

Article before Personal Names In many varieties of the language, including all European varieties, personal names are normally preceded by a definite article, a trait which Portuguese shares with Catalan. Diminutives and Augmentatives The Portuguese language makes abundant use of diminutives, which connote small size, endearment or insignificance.

Possible endings other than -inho a are: -ito a , e. Adjectives are routinely inflected for gender and number, according to a few basic patterns, much like those for nouns, as in the following table: masc. Several prepositions form contractions with the definite article.

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Across clause boundaries, contractions may occur in colloquial speech, but they are not done in writing: Fui, apesar da loja estar fechada. For more contracted prepositions in Portuguese, see this list on the Portuguese Wikipedia. Pronouns are often inflected for gender and number, although many have irregular inflections. The above changes tend to trigger a much stronger use of subject pronouns in non-emphatic contexts i. BP is moving away from being a null-subject language. Unstressed object pronouns are always placed before the verb in BP, while in EP they often come after the verb or even between the verb stem and its ending, in the case of the future and conditional tenses , with various associated phonological adjustments.

Sou casado. Infinitive form The infinitive is used, as in English, as a nominal expression of an action or state at an unspecified time, and possibly with an indefinite or implicit subject, e. Conjugation Classes All Portuguese verbs in their infinitive form end in the letter r. Gerund and participle forms The gerund form of a verb always ends with -ndo.

Synthetic Moods and Tenses Grammarians usually classify the verbal inflections i. Compound Forms Like all Romance languages, Portuguese has many compound verb tenses, consisting of an auxiliary verb inflected in any of the above forms combined with the gerund, participle or infinitive of the principal verb. Haver is not used nowadays. Preterite vs. The meaning here is quite different. Dolomites Domingo: 1.

Sunday Domingos: 1. Dominica Dominica: 1. Dominica Donetz: 1. Donetz Dunquerque: 1. Damocles E. Echo Eden: 1. Eden Edimburgo: 1. Edinburgh Egipto: 1. Egypt Elba: 1. Elbe 2. Elba Elbrus: 1. Aeneas Epifania: 1. Epiphany, Twelfth-night Equador: 1. Ecuador Erin: 1. Scotland Espanha: 1. Spain Esperanto: 1. Esperanto Estados Unidos: 1. Estonia Estrasburgo: 1. Strasbourg Estreito de Bering: 1. Abyssinia, Ethiopia Etna: 1. Etruria Eufrates: 1. Euphrates Europa: 1. Europa 2. Europe 3. Europa Eva: 1. Eva Evereste: 1. Everist Extremo-Oriente: 1. Far East, the Far East 2.

Salvation Army Fevereiro: 1. Finland Flandres: 1. Phaeton Gales: 1. Wales Galiza: 1. Galicia Gata Borralheira: 1. Cinderella Genebra: 1. Gulf of Aden Grandes Antilhas: 1. Greenland 2. Calvary, Golgotha Haia: 1. The Hague Hamburg: 1. Hamburg Holanda: 1. Holland Hungria: 1. Hungary Iangtze Kiang: 1. Middle Ages Ilhas do Almirantado: 1. Byzantine Empire Indochina: 1. Indonesia Inglaterra: 1. England 2. England Irlanda: 1. Iceland Israel: 1. Israel 2. Yugoslavia Jamaica: 1.

Jamaica Janeiro: 1. Japan Java: 1. Jehovah Julho: 1. July Junho: 1. Lapland Laus: 1. Latvia Lisboa: 1. Lithuania Londres: 1. Lebanon Mach: 1. Malaysia Marrocos: 1. March Mar Branco: 1. Baltic Sea Mar Negro: 1. Sea of Azov Mar de Barents: 1. Barentsz Sea Mar de Bering: 1. Moses Montanhas Rochosas: 1. Rocky Mountains Montes Cheviot: 1. Cheviot Hills Moscovo: 1. Moscow Natal: 1. Christmas, Yule 2. United Nations Nilo: 1. Nile Nilo Azul: 1. Massacre of Saint Bartholomew Noruega: 1.

Norway Nova Deli: 1. New Delhi Nova Iorque: 1. New Zealand Novembro: 1. Pacific, Pacific Ocean Ohm: 1. October Palestina: 1. Pakistan Paris: 1. Wales Pentecostes: 1. Penelope Pequenas Antilhas: 1. Lesser Antilles Pequim: 1. Poland Porto: 1. Oporto Portugal: 1. Portugal Praga: 1. Queensland Reno: 1. Apocalypse Rio Azul: 1. Rhodesia Roma: 1. Salomon Samaria: 1. Samaria Sardenha: 1. Lucifer, Satan Setembro: 1. September Sevilha: 1. Siam, Thailand Tajo: 1.

Tagus 2. Tagus Tamisa: 1. Czechoslovakia Terra Nova: 1. Newfoundland Texas: 1. Texas Tibete: 1. Titan Torre de Eiffel: 1. Eiffel Tower Turquia: 1.

Lançamentos

Turkey -dade: 1. European Union Uruguai: 1. Uruguay Utopia: 1. Warsaw Vaticano: 1. Vatican, the Vatican Veneza: 1. Venetia Venezuela: 1. Venezuela Viena: 1. Vietnam Volapuque: 1. Venus 2. Evening Star, Venus X: 1. Abyssinian abiogenesia: 1. April abrir: 1. African 2. African afrikaans: 1. Ainu aipo: 1. Albanian 2. Albanian albatroz: 1. German 2. German alentar: 1. Alpinist, climber, mountain climber, mountaineer alquemila: 1. Amazon ambicioso: 1. American 2. American 3.

Andalusian 2. Andalusian andaluza: 1. Andalusian woman andamento: 1. Anglican 2. Anglican anglicismo: 1.

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Anglicism 2. Anglo-Saxon anglo: 1. Angle anguia: 1. Algerian argentino: 1. Argentine, Argentinean 2. Argentine 3. Aryan 2. Aryan arisco: 1. Armenian 2. Armenian arnica: 1. Asian asilar-se: 1. Asian, Asiatic 2. Asian asma: 1. Athenian atentado: 1. Atlantean atlas: 1. Australian 2.

The Hague a despeito de: 1. Batavian batel: 1. Bedouin beguina: 1.