wikiHow to Count to 10 in Brazilian Portuguese

Numbers are one of the first things people learn when learning a new language. The Brazilian-Portuguese numbers from one to ten hold similarities to that of the Spanish language.

Steps

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    Say One: Um (pronounced as 'oom').
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    Say Two: Dois (pronounced as 'doy-z').
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    Say Three: Très (pronounced as 'treh-z').
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    Say Four: Quatro (pronounced as 'kwah-troh').
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    Say Five: Cinco (pronounced as 'seen-coh).
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    Say Six: Seis (pronounced as 'say-z').
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    Say Seven: Sete (pronounced as 'seh-chee').
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    Say Eight: Oito (pronounced as 'oy-too').
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    Say Nine: Nove (pronounced as 'noh-vee').
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    Say Ten: Dez (pronounced as 'deh-z).

Tips

  • Repetition is key to being able to memorise the numbers.

Article Info

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