Should it really be necessary with "one" in the end?
in English, you use it (singular) to refer to something previously referred to, not the same in Portuguese
Can "pente" also be used for "brush" (a hair brush)? Or is it really so specific that it only means "comb" (narrow with just one row of teeth)?
Mas -- the female Portuguese voice says -- Maws; the male -- mice. Same as mais. Brazilians I know pronounce mas and mais the same. Is this correct?