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Notes on saying thank you in Brazil
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I'm Portuguese, and in my culture it is very important to thank other people when they do something for you, even if they are just doing their job. I've seen how this sometimes baffles some foreigners - "Why are you thanking him, he's just doing his job! There are many ways to say "thank you" in Portuguese, that vary in formality and degree of gratitude:. The "o" ending is used by males when giving thanks, e. Females use the "a" ending, e. If you are saying thanks in the name of a group of males, a mixed sex group or a collective entity - like a corporation to a client: you use the "os" ending, e. When you say thanks in the name a group of females, you use the "as" ending, e.
In this article, I'll cover everything you need to know on the topic of thanking people in Portuguese. We'll start with the most important and common word you should know, explain its exact usage and teach you some subtleties and intricacies that many learners miss. We'll also cover some less-charted corners, including both colloquialisms and formalities.