I keep thinking lanche is lunch, lol.
Lanche comes from "lunch". It has been incorporated/transformed into Portuguese. (Two syllables in Pt rather than one)
"lanche" might comes from lunch, but "lanche" is translated snack here in Brazil
Do you also use "petiscos" in Brazil meaning light snacks?
Yes. Fast food, tasty but not eaten everyday.
No. Hahaha. Here, we use it for animals food.
I thought the present tense of gostar was voce gosta and gostou was the past tense
and that is it!
What's the difference between lanche and refeiçao?
Lanche is faster for eat (snack for you guys), REFEIÇĀO(meal) is something like as dinner, lunch...