I don't understand the difference between 'boa' and 'bom!' Please help! D:
nouns in Portuguese differ in gender and number. when we refer to the male gender we use "o". when we refer the female gender we use "a". There are plural in both cases recognized by the addition of the letter "s"
It's not 'manha', it's 'dia'.
well, we have no context, but literally it can be accepted since it can be used in a literal sense...
What the difference between "bom dia" and "boa manhã" in frequence of use. (I guess "bom dia" can be said at any time)
We just don't use boa manhã, only bom dia.
bom dia = good morning
boa tarde = good afternoon
boa noite = good evening/good night
there is not "boa manhã" as a greeting because we don't use it.
Almost got them all right... Eu gosto de portugues
how do you know to put boa with manha an bom with dia??
use boa with feminine nouns and bom with masculine nouns. Manhã is feminine, dia is masculine
So is it wrong to say "Boa manha" and what does it mean or how is it used? Please and thank you.
You can say that for a specific morning or something like that. But in Portuguese you say "bom dia" to mean "Good morning".
That makes sense, thanks a lot Paul :D