"Ela chega com o bolo."
Translation:She arrives with the cake.
October 1, 2013
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REALLY couldn't hear that last word, "bolo". I laughed because it sounded like gibberish. Sorry.
Chegar is to arrive, where as vir is to come. The first would be when they got to the destination, where as the former is when they are on their way.
Im relating this to spanish,but I think that "chega" its when somebody is already in the place, while "vem" its when they're on their way to the place.
Wow the audio is terrible on this one. You can't hear "com" at all unless you play it slower.