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Hello! All right? In today's video I will teach twelve super used expressions,

I believe that the most used here in Brazil, for you to learn! Let's go!

Well, this month we already had pronunciation videos, grammar, "mindset" which is the word

that we use here "mindset" of mentality, and today, then, I'm going to do a

that you always ask me about expressions. And I selected some super

used, and so, they are a little informal, of course! They are from day to day,

but they are already so used that we don't even you can say its informal, everybody,

all the time, use those expressions. Fine? And I'm going to start with CARAMBA!

DAMN IT! What is it? CARAMBA us we use it in two ways: it can

mean a lot, so I can say, "I I worked for CARAMBA last week ".

I worked PRA CARAMBA or a lot! Wow, I traveled PRA CARAMBA this last

month, it was delicious, I traveled PRA CARAMBA "! So when you want to say

much can replace this PRA CARAMBA or at least, if you listen, you will

understand. And CARAMBA can also be a interjection, a little interjection

negative. For example I say: "CARAMBA Pedro, you, yet, wasn't it at the supermarket? I am

needing you to go there "! So CARAMBA means: wow! right then,

this interjection: "CARAMBA, Didn't you see that my car was there?

You hit my car. " always with an interjection at the beginning of

phrase. If it's in the middle, then there's going to be that sense of a lot: I worked PRA

CARAMBA, I traveled to CARAMBA, anyway, okay good?

And then we have IMAGINA. IMAGINA comes from the verb imagine, I

I imagine that this year will be a very good, a lot of progress.

I imagine.

Then of the verb to imagine. But it has been very used in the sense of DE NOTHING in

response to thank you, so I say: "wow, thank you for watching the

video "! And then you answer:" IMAGINA "or was nothing, so this was not

nothing or nothing we use a lot IMAGINA: "thanks for lending me the

your car "!" IMAGINE ". Quiet. Fine? And then we have a lot

known what CARA is, that you, with sure, they already heard. CARA can

mean face: "is there anything here in my face "? or" what is that

in your face "? We use more face, but a lot of people can also say CARA.

My face is dirty, for example. But FACE has been widely used, too,

to call a friend, someone else. I I say: "Hey DUDE, let's go out today"? Wow

Dude, you don't know what it is that me happened "! So in that sense of calling

the other. And it can be a person you you dont know either, so I say: "you said

with CARA, from the workshop? Have you talked with him? Ah, that GUY there, who was there in

street, do you know him? That guy"? When you don't know the name of

person or does not remember, does not want to remember, then you simply say: FACE.

And then we also have two expressions: one of them is that FACE OF

PAU, which I already explained to you in another video, I'll leave the link here

below, and it has to STAY FACE, that the GETTING FACE is when you get too

upset, very hurt by someone else. You say: "wow, I FACE with her, you

you don't know what she did to me! Wow I GOT FACE. I WAS FACE WITH

my boss, he said he was going to give me a raise and didn't give it to me, I WAS FACEY ".

another expression that we always uses, which I also explained here a

little, is it the SAME? I made a video of even where I explained all the cases but

we have an expression with even that is: REALLY? that we use a lot and

it just means: is it true? Is that serious? IS for real? So I say: "IS IT REALLY? Are you going to travel

out, IS IT REALLY "? or" Ah! Maria and João get together got married! IS IT REALLY "? So when you want

saying is true, seriously, you can say simply: IS IT REALLY? It's perfect! What's up

we use it a lot, simply, yeah, with sense of yes, to confirm then

something. I say: "It is true that João and Maria got married? IS!

So, did you go there with them? Yeah, I did. AND are you staying at home today Yeah, there's nothing

to do, it is ". Or it can also be just for , also, confirm in this way: the other

says, the other makes a statement and you then agrees: "Ah, Brazil has

various problems "!" yeah ". So instead of saying yes, we speak much more.

It is not? Taking advantage of the NO IS, I will explain the NÉ, that NÉ is the contraction of NO as IS,

then it is NÉ, which is also a way of people ask for confirmation from the other: "NÉ"? I

same use a lot, it's already an addiction to language that is to ask for confirmation,

right, from someone else, and it's not even that, right, many

sometimes it is simply because of addiction, for sure, in your language it also has

something like that, some word that you use quickly, I don't know,

to confirm something as well. So in Portuguese we will say: "Truth that

you like rice, right? And you spoke to her, right? And you understood everything I

said, NÉ "? You are asking for confirmation on the other, right, right? So, we use

largely this NE that is NOT with IS.

Another one that is being used a lot to confirm is BEAUTY. BEAUTY as

you know it means something beautiful, right? So I say: "Brazil

has an unparalleled beauty. She has a natural beauty ". So, in that sense

literal. But we use it to confirm. So, for example, you say: "Marcia let's go

to the cinema today? I said BEAUTY! Do you want eat pizza tomorrow? BEAUTY "! In other words,

for me, it's great. But it is also used as "all right". So the person

say: "what's up BEAUTY"? and the other replies: BEAUTY! BEAUTY? BEAUTY!

It's the way we use it, so much used BEAUTY.

And there is another one that you CAN LEAVE which means: let me take care

of this. For example, I say: "you look at the children to me? "Do I speak?" Ah, OK.

Look, I'm going there and I'll be right back, you look my bag? YOU CAN LEAVE ". Then let

I take care of that, so you can say simply: CAN LEAVE. "I will do the

dinner, CAN LEAVE, leave it to me that I do ". So I take care of it. everything

good? And then we have a simple one that gives understand, from what we said, that FALA

SERIOUSLY, so I say: "SAY SERIOUSLY! You don't made it up? SPEAKS SERIOUSLY! You will not go out and

leave the kids here. SPEAKS SERIOUSLY! You will not stop studying Portuguese, SPEAK SERIOUSLY "!

So, we use this TALK a lot SERIOUS and can also be only at the end

of the sentence, for example your friend says: "I I will stop studying this year ". You say:

SERIOUS TALK "! You are not asking for it confirm that, but like: "Man, no

believe me, don't do that! So TALK SERIOUSLY "! So you want to use only for

often extol something: "Wow! João asked me out tonight.

SPEAK SERIOUSLY "! That is, hes kidding, Are you kidding me, TALK SERIOUSLY!

So also in that sense of exaltation. We have one that I have explained many

times here in the videos but always, always, ask me what is: OUR! WOW

means OUR LADY APPEARED that was reduced, so we talked

many times: "OUR LADY" many people also still speak and then, more

short, we only speak OUR, and it's just an interjection also of astonishment, of

surprise, I say: "OURS! I can't believe You did it! WOW! How beautiful it is

your son! WOW! What a beautiful house "! So just an interjection of astonishment,

by surprise, okay?

And then, one I love, which is THAT HEALTH!

WHAT HEALTH means: how I feel lack of it. So, we said: "THAT HEALTH!

WHAT A HEALTH from my home, WHAT A HEALTH from my mother's food, WHAT A HEALTH I feel

from you ". So it is in that sense. You can use widely here,

we use it a lot; WHAT A HEALTH. Likewise, we use QUE GORGEOUS or

QUE LINDA, I see that many of you do not know, yet, that expression so

simple and we use it a lot, so: "What a beautiful car of yours!

Your daughter! HOW BEAUTIFUL your hair was "! So you can use it widely. And a bonus

which is one that we use time everything is WHAT LEGAL. So I say: "WHAT

COOL your house, wow! Different, THAT COOL! HOW COOL this book here, I loved it "!

Ah this film THAT COOL, Eh, WOW! I liked it so much! I liked PRA CARAMBA!

THAT COOL! Hey dude? Did you like the movie? I liked PRA

DAMN IT! THAT COOL! It's people, that's why that you often don't understand anything

what we're talking about here at Brazil. That's why it's good to go

learning these little expressions, those little everyday phrases because

we use on a daily basis at least to understand what the person is talking about

with you. But practice because, with sure, you will learn super easy

because they are very easy expressions to absorb, okay? A big kiss for

you and I hope you enjoyed PRA CARAMBA of the video! Super kiss and even

the next one, bye bye!

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