I'm learning Portuguese after learning Spanish. I thought this meant something completely different. :0
2020? I don't think so!! >.
Why is it that sometimes we say things like "É um bom menino" and sometimes we change the order of the bom? (É um ano bom) Is there some rule or you're free to say it as you want?
Check Paulenrique's comment here.
Please forgive me, but I couldn't resist =)
could it be said e um bom ano instead?
Why is it "é um ano bom" rather than "é um bom ano"?
Pelo menos nesse caso a ordem não faz diferença/ At least in this case the order don't makes difference. mas tem casos que fazem diferença (eu não vou citar)/ but are cases that makes difference (I do not go cite)
Muito obrigado, Ayase-chan! Aqui é um lingot pra vc. :)
The noun gets modified after the fact so there can be one noun with a list of modifiers afterwards. It also makes sense that the subject of the sentence comes first.