"I fly."

Translation:Eu voo.

April 13, 2013

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Is there a pronunciation difference between voo and vou?


Your link is correct. The correct is "voo", not "vôo". Portuguese grammar has gone through a few changes... voo = "(I) fly" or "flight"


I lived in Brasília during the 90s just after the implementation of the Plano Real and came back to the States in the early 2000s. I clearly need to read up on the orthographic changes of 2009. That’s why I said I feel old. The 90s were a long time ago now.


I see...but the changes are just in spelling, not on pronunciation.... i think it was a horrible change!!!!


In French, the verb voler means to fly or to steal. I was just wondering if this verb could also mean to steal, or if it only means to fly.


To steal is roubar. So not the same double meaning as in French

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