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BBC – Talk Portuguese – Greetings Video 1: How to greet people Presenter 1: Bom dia! Presenter 2: Boa tarde. Presenter 3: Boa noite. Presenter 1: Bem-vindo a Portugal. o Narrator The Portuguese shake hands or kiss when they greet each other. Say bom dia in the morning , boa tarde in the afternoon, and boa noite when it gets dark. Woman 1: Bom dia. Man 1: Bom dia. Firemen: Bom dia! Woman 2: Bom dia. Policemen: Ola, bom dia. Man 2: Boa tarde. Couple: Boa tarde. Farmer: Boa tarde. Children: Boa tarde! Soldier: Boa tarde. Man 3: Boa noite! Crowd: Boa noite! Woman 3: Boa noite. Carnival goers: Boa noite! o Narrator The most relaxed greeting is simply olá, which is used all the time. Couple: Olá. ...olá. Man: Olá. Children:
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Unformatted text preview: Olá! Cyclist: Olá. Group of elderly men: Olá! Group of young people: Olá! Francisco: Olá Sandra. Sandra: Olá Francisco. • Narrator To ask someone how they are, say como está? Francisco: Como está? Sandra: Bem, obrigada, e você? Francisco: Bem, obrigado também. Está bonita a praia hoje. Presenter 1: Como está? Presenter 2: Estou bem, obrigada, e você? Presenter 1: Estou bem, obrigado. Narrator Como está? How are you? Talk Portuguese – /© BBC Page 1 Estou bem obrigada, e você? Fine, thanks and you? Estou bem obrigado. I am fine, thanks....
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