Am I the only one who finds it extremely difficult to distinguish between 'um' and 'o' in fast audio?
Can a native BR speaker tell me if 'rato' is more commonly referred to mouse or rat? Those two are very different (in my opinion, and definitely not interchangeable). Rato vs ratazana?
Rato é o mais comum. Ratazana geralmente se refere a rato de esgoto, maior, mais agressivo e normalmente infectado.
Can someone explain the difference in pronunciation between gato and rato? And maybe what is the right way to pronounce 'r' and 'rr' in general. Thanks?
Você/ele/ela tem = You have, he/she has
Vocês/eles/elas têm = You/they have
Well, if this dictionary can be believed "rat" is fine: http://dictionary.reverso.net/portuguese-english/rato.