In Portuguese, is it preferable to have the adjective before or after the noun, or doesn't it matter? "Um bom homem" vs "um homem bom". Both appear to be accepted; I'm just wondering if there's a stylistic consideration.
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O meu marido e um bom homem. Meu marido e um bom homem. what's the difference?
No difference. Report the mistake
so is there a difference between marido and esposo?
they both mean the same, but marido is more usual.
What's the difference between homen and homem?
'homen' does not exist. It's a wrong word
You probably made a typo and wanted to ask what's the difference between homens and homem?
Simply put: homem is singular (=man), homens is plural (=men)
I can't tell the difference between meu and Minha
Both are meaning "my" or "mine".
"meu" is used with masculine words, "minha" with feminine ones :-)