LESSON 3

LESSON 03

Lesson Content:

Interrogative sentences in Portuguese, Affirmative sentences in Portuguese, Negative sentences in Portuguese, examples, theory, exercises, The normal structure of sentences in Portuguese does not require an auxiliary, no matter the verb tense or what kind of sentence we are talking about.
Basically, the structure of a sentence is SUBJECT+VERB+COMPLEMENT, and the complement can be a combo of article+noun+adjective and many others, or just one of them. The main sentence form we know are below. In the table, you will be able to visualize the difference in the structure between English and Portuguese

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