Learning European Portuguese (especially with DailyNata) is fun and rewarding, but just like any new language, it is a challenging experience. By having the right strategy and knowledge, you will greatly improve your chances of success.
Learning to use Portuguese object pronouns may seem daunting at first, but fear not! We’ll clear it up for you. By knowing them, not only will you improve your language skills, but it will also make you sound more natural.
Portuguese has two verbs that correspond to the verb “to be”: ser and estar. However, they are not interchangeable and language learners often hesitate between using one or the other.
So, what’s the difference between the Portuguese verbs ser and estar? How to know which one to use?
Don’t worry! There are some essential differences between the uses of estar and ser that will give you clues. In this article, you’ll understand each one and find plenty of examples. You’ll need to get used to these differences if you want to become a fluent Portuguese speaker.