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Dirty Portuguese: Everyday Slang from "What's Up?" to "F*%# Off!": 160 (Dirty Everyday Slang)

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    Alice Rose(Author) Nati Vale(Author) Pedro A Cabral(Author)

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GET D!RTY

Next time you're traveling or just chattin' in Portuguese with your friends, drop the textbook formality and bust out with expressions they never teach you in school, including:

• Cool slang

• Funny insults

• Explicit sex terms

• Raw swear words


Dirty Portuguese teaches the casual expressions heard every day on the streets of Brazil:

What's up? ― Tudo bem?

Are those fake boobs? ― Você tem silicone no peito?

I need to take a piss. ― Preciso mijar.

That goalie is so weak. ― Esse goleiro é uma mãe.

Shit's about to go down! ― O coro vai comer!

I'm smashed. ― Tô bebum.

Let's fuck like animals. ― Vamos trepar como animais.

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  • By John on 10 May 2017

    I started visiting Brazil a couple of years ago and love the country though I am finding the language more difficult than expected. This little book is a great addition to more traditional learning. You won't need the vocabulary for a tourist visit but if you have friends they will be impressed

  • By Guest on 5 February 2017

    I got this as a Christmas present for a friend who has a Portuguese boyfriend and she loved it! Some of the sections are very funny and there's a huge variety of phrases. The only negative was that it is Brazilian Portuguese rather than European, however as a jokey present this isn't really an issue.

  • By Louis on 18 March 2013

    This book will definitely bring a few laughs. The start of the book gives you a beginners guide to Portuguese pronunciation. The subjects tackled are greetings, friendliness, body, horny, angry, music, sports, and hunger. A good way to impress Portuguese friends or partners.

  • By Froglet on 13 September 2014

    Such a fun book. A great ice breaker to take along to parties. My Portuguese friends and I had hours of fun with it. I just wish it let you know when slang was Brazilian.

  • By Meltem on 8 March 2012

    The book arrived in a perfect condition and met the criteria given on the description. It is a very funny book and I recommend it to any learners of Portuguese.

  • By Lloyd Dos Santos on 25 November 2012

    fantastic book, loved every page great features and great read, was a few laughs and interesting facts as well which was enjoyable

  • By Mrs. K. E. Strawson on 3 December 2010

    I was disppointed as it did not say that this was Brazilian Portuguese. I sent some funny phrases to a Portuguese national who pointed out the distinction. I would ask that people differentiate between the two - quite different - forms of the language to assist buyers.


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