Sandra Esslinger
Community Tutor
Ontem era sábado e a minha companheira de casa é eu nós fomos a uma cafeteira. Comemos bolo e ela bebou um café e eu bebi chocolate quente. Adoro chocolate quente! Depois nós fomos a várias lojas para ver roupa e outras coisas. Eu comprei um bicho de pelúcia para mim, dois garrafas de sumo de Aloe Vera e um Salami-Snack. Quando chegámos a casa jantámos pizza e pescado com pão. Gosto muito de viver com ela e ela é minha amiga.
Oct 11, 2020 3:56 PM
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Ontem foi sábado e a minha companheira de casa e eu fomos a uma cafeteria. Comemos bolo, ela bebou um café e eu bebi chocolate quente. Adoro chocolate quente! Depois nós fomos a várias lojas para ver roupas e outras coisas. Eu comprei um bicho de pelúcia para mim, duas garrafas de sumo de Aloe Vera e um Salami-Snack. Quando chegamos em casa jantamos pizza e pescado com pão. Gosto muito de viver com ela, ela é minha amiga.
A tip: Do not use "E eu" and "Nós" one after the other. The two mean the same, but it may happen that one of them does not fit the same sentence, as is your case. Your sentence does not fit with "Nós" but "E eu". "E eu" is usually used to refer to you and someone else, for example: "Ana e eu saímos ontem." "E eu" can also be used to refer to more than you are someone else, example: "Ana, Victor e eu saímos ontem." We use "Nós" to refer to many people who are too lazy (😂) to speak everyone's names. Example: Let's assume that Victor left with his nine friends, so he doesn't need to say everyone's name: "Nós saímos ontem." Although I have said in the previous explanation that "Nós" is used to refer to many people, it can also refer to two. Example: Let's assume that Victor went out with his friend Ana yesterday, he says: "Nós saímos ontem." Referring only to him and Ana. P.S: I feel that my explanation was not so clear, but I hope that I could understand something. You are doing very well, Portuguese is really difficult, congratulations on the effort and good studies!
October 13, 2020
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Sandra Esslinger
Language Skills
English, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Thai
Learning Language
Thai