irienancy:

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remember when 

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dtxmcclain:

1960s living room

dtxmcclain:

1960s living room

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Welcome to Portuguese where:

amothyst:

A Á Ã Â are all different sounds

same with O Ó Õ Ô /  E É Ê

Ç replaces S sometimes

suffixes are formed with S instead of Z after diphthongs

C+H / N+H / L+H and R+R, are specific sounds

 A regular verb can have over 50 different forms 

expressing up to 6 different grammatical tenses 

and 3 moods

We also like infixing pronouns in future or conditional verb forms 

"Eles DÁR-NO-LO-ÃO"  =  They give-us-it-will  / will give it to us.

Bye.

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Louis Garrel photographed by Giacomo Cosua

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