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what's the difference between obrigado or obrigada in Portuguese

For learning: Portuguese
Base language: English
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    'Obrigada' is the feminine form of 'obrigado'. So if a man wanna say thank you, he uses 'obrigado' and the woman should use 'obrigada'. I'm not sure if it is what you want to know, hope so.

    Man says 'ObrigadO' (Thanks). Woman says 'ObrigadA' (Thanks).

    Obrigada is for woman, Obrigado is for man :)

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