"Nós vamos mudar."
Translation:We are going to change.
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I put "move" because I was thinking mudar de casa. Would this be correct?
Yes, you use this verb to signify that you are moving. It can also be used to change as in "Ele mudou o canal" (he changed the channel).
If you were to say "I will move to Brazil" it would be "Eu mudarei para o Brasil" or "Eu vou mudar para o Brasil".
I think it would be more like "Nós vamos nos mudar" or "Eu vou me mudar para o Brasil".
Yes, in day-to-day conversations, native speakers use the reflexive form (mudar-se).
From what I gather, "mudar-se" is the correct way to mean to move to another location. However, in real life, do all native speakers speak reflexively when talking about moving?
Mudar = to change / to move. Therefore, you need more context to know which verb to use in English.
Would this be appropriate for describing: (i) we are going to go and change our clothing; and (ii) we are going to try to change our attitude? I'm guessing it would, but would be dependent on the context.
Translating this sentence into english can be either: "We are going to change." or: "We will change" although the app has not been scripted to accept the latter. Their English teachers are yet to work on this error, I suppose.