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)?
Pente - comb - with teeth
Escova - brush - with bristles
Would you ask for a comb when you want a brush?
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
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?