Isn't "good evening" the same as "good night"?
Yes, you use "Good Evening" when you start a conversation, and "Good Night" when you finish a conversation.
I can only think of this video i saw of a guy strolling up suddenly, looking striaght into the camera in a montone voice say
" Good evening "
So it works the same way as in Spanish. :)
does it depends if it is a boa noite (farwell) or boa noite (welcome)? I mean does it depends on the situation?
I think that in English "good evening" is a greeting (welcome) and "good night" is a Farwell, right?
Yes, but in Portuguese it is only "boa noite" =)
It's like "Bonne Nuit" in french
Using the speaker button, the E in 'noite' is not pronounced, but hovering over the word, the E is pronounced. Is the pronunciation optional?
yes, you pronounce E like "i" in Portuguese ("ee" in English) when it is at the end of a word.
Are all t's in portuguese pronounced liked ch's? Like noite and leite because it sounds like that to me.
Only when used before "e" like
Leite, quente, inteligente, experiente..