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How do you say you are most welcome in Portuguese?

How do you say you are most welcome in Portuguese?

De nada. This would be the “you are welcome” we say when someone have previously said “Obrigado/a” or any of its variations to us. It works exactly like in English and other languages and we say it to be polite and to tell the other person there is nothing to thank for.

What is the proper response to Obrigado?

In some cases, when you say “obrigado” (which can also be “valeu!”, it is even more used than “obrigado” here in Brazil, mainly by younger people) some people can reply “Obrigado você!”, mainly when you are buying something and you say it to the cashier. That’s it! = É isso aí!

How do you welcome someone in Brazil?

The most common and appropriate greeting for anyone is a handshake. In Brazil, handshakes are usually firm, although some may prefer lighter handshakes. Brazilians usually take the time to greet each person individually, making direct eye contact.

How do you respond to you’re welcome in Portuguese?

De nada! You’re welcome! Obrigado pelo almoço! Ora essa!

How do you say hello my friend in Brazil?

Olá is the equivalent of “Hello” – brief and to the point. Bom dia, Boa tarde, Boa noite – Good morning, afternoon and night. Here in Rio you can say this to pretty much anyone you pass on the street.

What is Bem Vinda?

British English: welcome ADJECTIVE /ˈwɛlkəm/ If you describe something as welcome, you mean that people wanted it and are happy that it has occurred. This was certainly a welcome change of fortune. American English: welcome /ˈwɛlkəm/ Brazilian Portuguese: bem-vindo.

How do you say yay in Brazilian?

Obrigado! Eita so many different expressions… Obrigado!

How to say you are welcome in Portuguese?

Same as Falou: this is an informal way to say you are welcome in Portuguese. It also works as Bye and as Thank you. Here is what you say when want to welcome friends to your home. If your guest is male: Seja bem-vindo. If you guest is female: Seja bem-vinda. If they are a group with mixed genders: Sejam bem-vindos.

Why is it important to say welcome in different languages?

Therefore, having a diverse understanding of how to say ‘welcome’ or ‘hello’ in different languages is important. Even if you know nothing else in the language, the person will realize you are trying to communicate in a positive way. Plus learning words like ‘welcome’ in different languages can be your first step into becoming multilingual.

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How to say welcome in different Asian languages?

Saying Welcome in Asian and Middle Eastern Languages Arabic أهلا بك (ahlaan bik) Hindi स्वागत हे (svaagat he) Japanese ようこそ (yokoso) Kannada ಸ್ವಾಗತಾರ್ಹ (svagata) Korean 환영 (eoseo osibsio)