Brazilian Portuguese Reading Together Phrases – Phrase of the Day Calendar

Learning Brazilian Portuguese with your family? Here are six phrases in Brazilian Portuguese that you can use when reading together! Be sure to pick and choose which phrases work best for your family!

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Você quer ler juntos?

Do you want to read together?


Qual livro você quer ler?

Which book do you want to read?

Qual livro vocês querem ler?

Which book do you want to read? (to 2+)


Você gostou do livro?

Did you like the book?

Vocês gostaram do livro?

Did you like the book? (to 2+)


Amo ler com você.

I love reading with you.

Amo ler com vocês.

I love reading with you. (to 2+)


Lemos juntos todos os dias.

We read together every day.

A gente vai ler juntos todos os dias.

We read together every day. (informal)

These phrases are from our phrasebook Use Brazilian Portuguese at Home, which is made by native Brazilian Portuguese speakers.

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