Would it be right if I wrote "meu agasalho"? Is it the same?
agasalho is any clothing for the cold weather. casaco is more specific...
Please, specific to what? The picture for casaco had a woman wearing what we in the Cold climates would call an 'overcoat.' So, it isn't?
coat = casaco / overcoat = sobretudo
Ok, then either the picture is of a person with hypothermia issues, or I am completely confused. LOL
What's wrong with "Minha casaco?"
I though minha is for girl/woman...
Because casaco is masculine I think
I BELIEVE CASACO IS MASCULINE,THEREFORE O
I learned capote for coat, my dictionaire Saïd the same
Hi Elsebeth! The word "capote" is not a common word. I suggest you to use "casaco"... Besides... "capote" won't be understand in some parts of Brazil.
I learned capote in Brasil. Now I am in Portugal and like to learn the portuguese version, regards
what is the difference between 'minha casaco' and 'meu casaco'
meu casaco is grammatically correct while minha casaco is not. That's the difference. Here (and everywhere), casaco is a masculine noun. (O) Meu is used before masculine words.
What's wrong with cobrem?
"Cobrem" is a verb conjugation: eles cobrem = they cover.
Dumb question: would I use jaqueta???
Jaqueta = jacket