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Isso 6" o caderno do menino. Aquillo e a cathedra do professor. A cadeira tern quatro pes 7. Ha cinco rapazes na classe. Cada rapaz tern dois lapis. Onde fica a porta r a janella? Que tern o menino? Que temos nos? The same exercise to be continued for all objects and forms already mentioned. Third Lesson. Ligao terceira. The Address. The Yerb ter to have. The English address "you" is given in Portuguese by different expressions: a Mostly it is not expressed at all: Tern tempo?
Have you time? Ndo tens lugar? Have you no place? Esta doente? Are you ill? Pode dieer-me. Can you tell me. A senhora quer sentar-se? Will you sit down? Qual e a opinido do senhor Doutor? Doctor, what is your opinion? Conde count deseja passar? Do you wish to pass, sir?
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What do you say, father mother? Que manda o senhor patrao principal? What do you command? Neighbour my boy , are you well? A prima quando vae? When shall you go, my cousin? Charles, did you already go there? Mary, didn't you say? It is to be considered, that with gentlemen the family name sometimes also the Christian name is employed directly after senhor, while with ladies only the Christian name is used, but preceded by senMra Dona D a.
Antonio Correa d'OUveira escreveu um novo poema? Have you written a new poem, Mr. Tern uma creada a sr a D a Maria? Have you a maid-servant, Mrs. Upon country people or person of low condition, the title Dona is not bestowed. This form may be abbreviated toVossencia [vo'sesw]. Your grace, a title given in Portugal to lower people, maid- servants, etc.
With all these addresses above mentioned the verb is to be employed in the third person e. If on the one hand it would not be polite to dispense with it, a too frequent em- ployment would be heavy. The pronoun M is used only in familiar treatment and may be altogether avoided by foreigners. The pronoun ws, if not taken in the plural and even here it is better to substitute it by the third person , is antiquated and only tfsed in pathos, at prayers, and in solemn allocution, for instance, to the king.
The verb ter to have. Past participle participio passado tido: f'tiduj had. Indicative Indicative. Present Tense Presente. See 2 nd Lesson. Imperfect Tense Preterito imperfeito. Eu tiriha ['tiyiv] I had nds tinhamos ['tinvmuf] we tu tirihas you had thou hadst had die, ella tinha he, she, it, had vos tinheis ['tinvtf] you had elles tinham ['tiyivu] they had. Perfect Tense Preterito perfeito. Present Perfect Preterito composto.
Eu tenho tido I have had tu tens tido you have had, etc. Pluperfect Mais-que-perfeito. Eu tiriha tido I had had tu tinhas tido you had had, etc. Future Futuro. Eu terei fa'rvi] I shall have nds teremos we shall have. Yet the student is not supposed to learn at once all the verbal forms, so as to master them, as, indeed, these verbs with their resemblances and differences constitute one of the greatest diffi- culties of the Portuguese language for the foreigner.
But he is ear- nestly requested not to put these lessons aside before having at- tained an absolute understanding of the meaning and employment of the auxiliary verbs. Eu terei tido I shall have had. Conditional Conditional. Eu teria [td 'riv] I should elle, ella teria he, she, it would have have. Eu teria tido I should have had. Subjunctive Conjunctiva. Eu tenha I have nos tenhdmos we have tu tenhas you have vos tenhais you have elle tenha he have elles tenham they have.
Se eu tivesse [ti'vesd] if Se nostivessemosfti'vesdmuf] I had if we had Se tu tivesses if you had Se vds tivesseis if you had elle tivesse if he had elles tivessem if they had. Personal Infinitive. Infinit iv o pessoal. Para eu ter that 1 may have, to have I tu teres you you elle ter he he nos termos we etc. Portuguese Conversation- Grammar. Ter que or ter de indicates necessity: Tenho de Id ir I must go there. The nouns of material, taken in a partitive and indefinite sense, are, as in English, used without the article or a preposition: Tenlio pao I have some bread.
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But: Tenho urn pouco de pao I have a little bread. Leitnra e versao. Tenho uma canSta, Nao tern tambem um lapis? Nao tenho. Tenho dois caes. Nao tinha meu Amigo um jardim com algumas flores? Tinha, sim, senhor, e ainda tenho.
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Se tivesse arvores fructiferas, tambem teria fructa. Tern a menina andado a escola nestes dias? Nao tenho ido, tenho andado or estado doente. Quando tiver saiide, terei muito gosto em voltar a aula. Teve V a. Tive hontem. Tenho tido noticias d'ella from her em cada m6s. Temos tido muito trabalho, para termos uma creada.
Agora teem? Temos, mas nao a her teremos por muito tempo. Nao tendo ordem para la ires, teras de to ficar em casa. Exercise, Have you some fruit, my friend? I have none. She has the sugar. They have the milk. We had the cheese. You had the butter. I shall have eggs. He will have tea. We shall have a pudding. You will have a pie.
They had no potatoes. He has had pepper and salt. Had you some wine? Will you have butter and cheese? I shall have bread and meat. The boy has -soup and meat. I shall have no poultry, but I shall have game. Your horse will have bread and brandy. Shall you have a duck? My daughter would have a glass of milk. If you had money, you would have chocolate. Whenever we are to have money, we shall have everything we want fludo quanta precisarmos. Que temos nos nesta msa? Terao os rapazes pao e leite? Nao teve V- queijo esta manha?
Nao terei eu carne de boi e vinho para o meu jantar? Onde tern a sua penna e a caneta? Nao teve ainda caldo com arroz? Temos uma penna, tinta e papel.
Nao, elles terao pao e agua. Nao, eu tive manteiga. Nao, tu teras um pastel e cerveja. Tenho-as them na minha gave"ta. Ainda nao not yet , mas eu tive um copo de leite. Teria o meu amigo escripto Teria, sim, senhor. Mas ha uma carta, se tivesse tido muito que nao tenho tido tempo? Oral exercises to be done on the subject, as indicated in the preceding lessons. Fourth Lesson. Licjao quarta. The Auxiliary Verb ser and the Adjective. The verb ser to be. Participio imperfeito: sendo ['senduj. Eu sou [sou] I am nos somos f'somuf] we are tu es [sf] thou art vos sois ['sotf] you are elle, ella e he, I you are elles, ellas sao [svu] they she, it is j you are.
Eu era ['srv] I was nos eramos we were tu eras thou wast elle, ella era he she, was vos ereis you were you were elles, ellas eram they you were. Eu fui 1 f'fui] I was or have nds fomos ['fomufj 'if] tu foste ['foftd] elles, ellas for am f'forvu]. Eu tenho sido ['sidu] I have been tu tens sido you have been, etc. Eu tinha sido I had been, etc. Eu serei [sd'rvi] I shall be nos seremos [sd'remufj we tu seras [sd'raf] you will be shall be elle, ella serd [s9'ra] he, vos sereis [sd 'rmfj you will be she, it, you will be, etc. Futuro perfeito.
Eu terei sido I shall have been, etc. Conditional imperfeito. Eu seria [sd f riu] I should be, nos seriamos [so'rivmuj] tu serias etc. Conditional perfeito. Eu teria sido I should have been, etc. Eu seja ['svgv] I be, etc. Infinitivo pessoal. Eu ser tu seres elle ser nds sermos vos serdes elles, ellas serem Imperative.
The Portuguese adjective follows, as already mentioned, the same rules of inflexion as the substan- tive with which it consequently agrees in gender and number. It is the same as for the demonstrative, pos- sessive, and indefinite adjectives, and the ordinal numbers, which are all considered adjectives.
Also the cardinal numbers um and dois have a different form for the feminine cf. There are adjectives, denominated uniforms, which have only one form for both genders. This class embraces those ending by -e, -I, -ar, -as, -iz, , -im, -ea and -6, and those ending by -s in syllable not accen- tuated. Exceptions: este, esse, aquelle, mestre chief e. The place of the Portuguese qualifying ad- jective is for the most part after the noun as for those denoting colour, form, dimension, nationality, religion; while the demonstrative, possessive, and indefinite ad- jectives precede the noun.
Eu sou velho.
Tu es muito novo. Elle 6 um homem ruim. Ella 6 uma mulher nova. Aquelle menino e doente. Nos nao somos ricos. Vos sois applicados. Ellas sao bellas. Eu era teu amigo. Era isso um bom conselho?
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Nao, foi mal pensado. Eu fui tarde duma hora. Fostes vos fdste tu, foi V g. Se fosse mais cedo, seria melhor. Se as fructas ja forem colhidas, 6 signal de ja terem madurecido. Isto que sera? Sera um vestido para a menina. Nao teria sido melhor escolher uma fazenda que fosse mais duravel? Se nao for duravel, nao tern duvida; o panno nao foi caro. Tudo quanto tenho comprado a esse negociante, tern sido bom. A nossa casa era muito alta e tinha quartos bastante grandes e airados. You are a tall man. The rooms are very large. He is [a] Portuguese. Those are big horses. It was a grand idea. She was a pretty little girl.
He has always been a good boy. If it be late, you will not find nao encontrard the way.
The telegraph is a grand invention. Be kind to the boy! Be good, and I will give you the fine fruit. If I were you, I should be diligent. The Crystal Palace is a grand edifice. Camdes was a great Portuguese poet. His best poem is "Os Lusiadas" He is an heir. Is this an apple? No, it is a quince. We are no bad boys. The dog of my cousin is good and useful.
Coimbra is the only university in Portugal. It is situated on the Mondego. Nao 6 elle um bonito rapaz? Nao e tao bonito como o Carlos. Nao sou tao velho como V a. Sao estas mesas de madeira? Sim, ellas sao de madeira. Foste bondoso para com to Fui muito bondoso para com o velho homem? Tenho sido doente desde crianca from childhood. Estao escovados os vestidos? Estao; foram escovados pela manha this morning.
Assim o papel, o giz e o tecto sao brancos. Este mata-borrao e amarello, esse e" vermelho, aquelle 6 aznl. Como 6 o quadro preto, o banco, a porta? Que c6r tern a tinta, o papel? Fifth Lesson. The Auxiliary Verb estar. Difference between ser and estar. Differenga entre ser e estar. The verb estar to be to stand, to lie, to dwell, etc. Eu estou [tf'tou] I am nos estamos tf'tamufj we are tu estas [tf'taf] thou art elle, ella estd [tfta] vos estaes fiftaif] you are elles, ellas estam [if'tsu] they you are.
Eu estava [if taw] I was, etc. Preterito perfeito. Estive [if'tivd] I was or I have estivemos [tftivemuj] been, etc. Teriho estado I have been, etc. Preterito mais-que-perfeito. Tinha estado I had been, etc. Futuro imperfeito. Estarei I shall be, etc. Terei estado I shall have been, etc. Estar la I should be, etc. Esteja [if'tvgv] I be, etc. Estivesse [ifti 'vest] I were, et c. Ser expresses: 1. Existence in a general meaning, and is therefore called "Verbo substantive. A permanent state of existence, an essential and lasting condition, which may be expressed by substan- tive or adjective attribute or an infinitive.
Sou fdiz I am happy. E um lento morrer it is a slow dying. Meu primo e soldado my cousin is a soldier. A rosa e uma flor, e vermelha the rose is a flower, it is red. Followed by the past participle of a transitive verb, ser is employed to form the passive voice. The past participle is submitted to inflection like an adjective: Elles for am censurados, they were blamed.
Ser de means to belong to ; ex. To whom does this house belong? E de meu pae it is my father's. Estes livros sao do professor these books belong to the master. On the contrary, estar is used: 1. If the attribute appears merely accidental or smporary. Elle estd feliz he is just now happy. Estamos ricos we are rich vis.
Eu sou doente would mean that I have bad health. Estou bom de saude I am well; sou bom I am good. Estd bem it is all right, he she is well, you are well; estd mal it is bad, or he she is ill, you are ill. If a dwelling is to be expressed in any place that can be left or the object can be removed from: A criada estd na cozinha the servant is in the kitchen. But: Onde e a cozinha? Where is the kitchen? Here it may as well be said: onde fica a cozinha? Also : A boca flea debaixo do naris the mouth is underneath the nose.
While ser with the past participle of the verb forms the passive voice, estar with the same indicates the state or condition, as: negocio estd feito the business is done, finished. A casa estd construida the house is built. Foi preso he has been imprisoned. A conta estd paga the bill is paid. Somos pagos aos meses we are paid monthly.
Very often estar with another verb in the In- finitive or with the Present Participle is employed as an equivalent for to be with the Present Participle : Estou a escrever, estou escrevendo I am writing. Estamos col- leccionando or a cotteccionar estampilhas ha dois annos we have been collecting stamps these two years. Estar a ferver to boil, to be boiling.
Such a paraphrase is called: conjugagdo periphrastica periphrastical conju- gation. There is a certain number of adjectives that are generally used with estar, such as : attento attentive, contente content; satisfeito satisfied; cansado tired; zan- gado angry e. Leitura e yersao. A cidade de Lisboa esta situada na foz do rio Tejo. Ella foi edificada em sete collinas. E grande e populosa. As suas ruas, pracas e travessas sao empedrados. Antes do terremoto do anno de mil sete centos e cincoenta e cinco , as ruas na sua maioria eram tortas e estreitas.
Bairros inteiros foram destrui- dos pelo terremoto. Foi o marquez de Pombal que, sen do ministro do rei Dom Jos6 I Primeiro , depois d'esta catastrofe mandou reedificar a capital em bairros regulares que sao atra- vassados e cruzados por ruas direitas e largas. No socco deste monumento ha uma medalha de bronze, representando o marquez. Yesterday I was 1 at church. Were you at the theatre yesterday? No r sir, I was at the theatre the day before yesterday; last night I was at the concert. Where is Charles?
He will be at his uncle's em casa de sen tio. It is possible that he has been ill. This hat is too large to be beautiful. It would have been easy for Charles always to be faithful to his master. We have always been very attentive. Are you satisfied? He was angry while emquanto he was writing that letter. The water is boiling. The fish is boiled. Our walk has been beautiful. My sister had already been in London.
Qual meu nome e Sicrano 1. Eu sou alemao, mas estive Eu sou portugufis e tenho por muito tempo em Por- estado naAlemanhahacinco tugal. E o senhor? Tem sempre sido alumno Nao, senhor, estive primeiro d'esta escola? Estarei ate estiverem con- cluidos os meus estudos. Esta satisfeito com a sua Estou, sim, senhor.
Eu seria estada aqui? Sempre tern estado com saiide Nem not sempre; mas agora emquanto ca esta? Sixth Lesson. The Auxiliary Verb haver to have, to be left , to take place, to get, to obtain, etc. As for to be, there are also for to have two corresponding verbs in Portuguese : ter see 3 d Lesson and haver. The latter, less common in the meaning to have than the former, is especially employed 1.
As a true auxiliary verb to form the simple Future Indicative and Conditional tenses of any verb,, whereby it drops the h av and hangs its personal endings on the Infinitive of the verb see While so employed, it is impersonal and consequently used only in the third person singular and without a pronoun: 1 The Portuguese indicates by Fulano and in the 2nd place Sicrano a person or persons unknown or not to be named or, as.
The Auxiliary Verb haver. To form the compound Future Indicative and Conditional tenses: eu hei or havia de comprar I shall should buy. Here it may be used with the pronoun and must be followed by de. Modern writers join this preposition to the verb by a hyphen : hei-de comprar. In the meaning of to obtain: Elle houve o per- dao do rei he obtained the King's pardon. Havendo o premio da nossa canceira obtaining the reward of our toil.
Participio presente: havendo. Participio perfeito: havido. Eu hei [vi] I have nos h av emos [ vv emuf] we tu has [af] you have have elle ha [a] he has vos h av eis [ vv vif] you have ha there is elles hdo [vu] they have.
Eu havia [v'viv] I had nds haviawos [v'vivmuf] we tu havias you had had elle havia he had vds havieis [v'vivif] you had havia there was elles hawam they had. Houve 1 ['ovdj I had houvemos [o'vsmuf] we had houveste [o'veftd] you had houvestes [o'veft'i ] you had houve he had, there was houveram [o'vsrvu] they had.
Preterito perfeito composto. Tern havido there has been. Tinha havido there had been. Future imperfeito. Haverei I shall have, etc. Terd havido there will be had, etc. Haveria there would be. Teria havido there would have been. Haja ['a,gv] that I have, etc. Haja let there be. All other imperative forms are unusual. Infinite pessoal. Haver, haveres, haver, havermos, haverdes, haverem that I, you, he, etc. In the same manner is conjugated the compound verb rehaver to have or get back ; but this verb is only used in forms which have the -v- rehavendo, rehavido, rehavia, rehouve, etc.
There are still other compound forms, such as: tenha havido, tivesse havido, ter and tendo havido, which we do not write at large, as they are The Auxiliary Verb haver. The same is to be said for the other auxiliary verbs, already mentioned. The omitted tenses may easily be sub- stituted. Yet there is still a tense quite peculiar to the Portuguese language, which we have not yet spoken of, because we wanted to mention it apart: it is the Simple Pluperfect mais-que-perfeito simples.