August 2, 2007

Grammar Lesson 13: Gender in Portuguese and Spanish, Minimum Age to Buy Alcohol

Filed under: Grammar — @ 8:07 pm

To be clear, we are referring to gender agreement. Get ready: although gender is 95% the same between Spanish and Portuguese, there are a few words that change. Is it o leite or a leite? O sal or a sal? O origem or a origem? Valdo and Michelle clarify things for us.

Culturally, at what age can you buy alcohol in Brazil?

PODCAST LINK: Grammar Lesson 13

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