"I am a woman."
Translation:Eu sou uma mulher.
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Any advice on how o remember this, I am having difficulties remembering them when you have to translate.
I suggest repeating the activities numerous times, jotting down notes, and slowing incorporating different Portuguese words in whatever situation you can. It's all about repetition(at least for me :D ). Good luck!!!!
Devide this sentance into sections. e.g. I am ... and ... a woman. Repeat 'I am 'Eu sou'' a few times then 'a woman' 'uma mulher' a few times then say the whole sentance. Try associating words or sounds with the words you already know e.g. Eu / E.U. , sou / soup , eu sou / uh so? etc.
I'm American. Not trying to be a jerk at all but, 'Devide' is actually spelled 'd i v i d e' . Hope this helps out. Peace. -Good advice you give btw (by the way)
I'm having difficulties with pronunciation, can someone write how to say eu, sou, and come properly?
Both are convidados of the verb to be. "São" = they are (the subject is implicit in the conjugation) "Sou" = I am (subject also implicit) Therefore, you can say "eles são" and "eu sou" ("eles" = "they" and "eu" = "I") How that helps :-)
I had entered "uma" in the translation but it was underlined in red indicating a typo so I replaced it with "a" even if the translation was incorrect.
I think that's because your spell check is in English. Mine is the same, so I ignore it