How do you express love in Portuguese?

“To love” in Portuguese

  1. eu amo – “I love”
  2. tu amas – “you love” (informal in Portugal, not used at all in Brazil)
  3. você ama – “you love” (formal in Portugal, used in all situations in Brazil)
  4. ele/ela ama – “he/she loves”
  5. nós amamos – “we love”
  6. vocês amam – “you (plural) love”
  7. eles/elas amam – “they love”

How do you say my love in Portuguese to a girl?

Te amo. The most traditional way to say ‘I love you’ in Brazilian Portuguese is te amo.

What do you call your Brazilian boyfriend?

Apart from “love”—the most commonly used, other pet names for a lover could be: amoreco (“beloved”), môre (“special”), fofo (“fluff”), fofinho (“cuddles”), minha vida (“my life”), meu bebê (“baby”), paixão (“passion”), coração (“heart”), xuxuzinho (“sweet pumpkin”), flor de maracujá (“passion flower”)…

How do you flirt in Portuguese?

When you flirt, you might want to use some pickup lines like the traditional:

  • Você vem sempre aqui? Do you always come here?
  • Você quer sair comigo? Do you want to go on a date with me?
  • Você está só aqui? Are you alone [implied: single]?
  • Você tem namorada/namorado? Do you have a girlfried/boyfriend?
  • Oi, sumido/sumida!

How do you compliment a girl in Portuguese?

Compliments In Portuguese

  1. You are sweet! — Você é doce!
  2. You have beautiful eyes. — Você tem olhos bonitos.
  3. You are very nice. — Você é muito simpático.
  4. I love your smile, it’s so charming.
  5. I like your new haircut.
  6. I like this color, it really suits you!
  7. I knew you would succeed!
  8. That’s what I call smart!

Is Portuguese a love language?

No list of romantic languages would be complete without Portuguese. This sultry Latin-based language is mostly spoken in Brazil and Portugal. The Portuguese language uses melodic and expressive intonations and long, drawn-out vowels.

What do I call my Portuguese boyfriend?

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What’s up in Brazilian slang?

“ E ai (ee-eye-ee) is a mouthful of vowels that basically means “What’s up?” It is most commonly used as a way to greet friends, often followed by a Tudo bem? or Beleza?.