Does anyone else think it sounds like pe after mulher in the slow version? This happens a lot which is confusing for a beginner. The Portuguese audio is mediocre all round, especially compared to the French, which at least sounds human.
I agree about the audio. It was impossiblr to decipher just listening to the fast version because of how the inflections sound. It sounds way too much like a robot.
Too fast, too flat, and the menina tagged onto the end like she only just remembered she's a girl.
The audio is terrible - too fast, contracting words and skipping syllables, etc. OTOH, considering my attempts to understand (European) Portuguese, this is surprisingly accurate.
I put "She is a women and I am a girl" and i got it wrong. I don't get it.
Woman is the correct answer, not women.
I feel like it would've counted as a typo, however. I wrote Uma Menina when I was supposed to write Um Menino and it just counted as a typo.
I didn't get "women" as an option to select, although it says "incorrect" guess is a problem?
The pronunciation of 'e' and 'é' is the same?
Hi Pablo, these ones are pronounced in different ways. "E" has the sound of ee in seed, "É" has the sound of e in let.
I am a native Portuguese speaker. I am sure of that.
I hope to have helped you
Since sou refers to I is the eu really necessary?
It is better to use pronouns when you compare them, like in this example.
Do you pronounce the u in sou?
Yes, you do.
The app on my phone does not offer accent options!
if it's an iphone you just press down on the vowel for a lil bit and it'll show you all variations of e
She is a women and I am a girl
I do not see a mistake. Am I missing something?
"woman", not "women".
Why is it "e eu sou uma menina" and not "e eu sao uma menina"?
"são" is third person plural.
The audio is terrible. Like there are no spaces between the words. Spaces and diction signify a pause
The audio is terrible and the pronunciation of the verb é is completely wrong. It's supposed to be an open sound like the sound of the "a" in the word "sad"
Hi Barbara, I totally disagree with you, I am a native Portuguese speaker, and é is always pronounced like e in bed, let, the sound of a in sad /sæd/ does not exist in Portuguese.
I hope to have helped you!
This is very helpful! But then why do you pronounce "ela" as "ela" and not "eela"? Shouldn't it be written as "Éla"?
Same with Ele... Why does it sound like "elee" and not "eelee"?