I'd like to know... Why is it pronounced "de-SEE-jes"? I thought "de" only had a "je" sound when used as the preposition "de" or when it's right at the end of a word by itself (that is, without any other letter, like the "s" in this case).
Example: 1. Suco de laranja ("je") 2. Quanto ela mede ("je") 3. Tu decides ("des"?)
You are so good Paulenrique! But to aaronclong above I think we should mention that tu is the familiar term for voce(don't how to find the accents on this computer) and is mainly used in Portugal when speaking to family or friends. It also adds an s to to many of the verbs. Como estas? How are you? Quantos anos tu tens as opposed to quantos anos voce tem.