How to Talk about Easter in Portuguese
Some people are religious. Some people like chocolate. What do you do to celebrate Easter in your country? More importantly, how would you answer that question in Portuguese? Don’t worry, though! Because in today’s Dica we are going to teach you some vocabulary to talk about Easter in Portuguese. And stick around to hear a native speaker pronouncing some examples, too!
Vocabulary for Easter in Portuguese
|ovo de páscoa
|caça ao ovo de páscoa
|Easter egg hunt
|coelho/coelhinho da páscoa
|domingo de páscoa
|sábado de aleluia
Let’s hear some examples!
Meus pais sempre preparam uma caça ao ovo de páscoa.
My parents always organize an Easter egg hunt.
Eu nunca me lembro de comprar ovos de páscoa.
I never remember to buy Easter eggs.
Minha família sempre celebra o domingo de páscoa junta.
My family always celebrates Easter Sunday together.
Todo mundo da Rio & Learn dá e recebe chocolate na páscoa.
Everybody from Rio & Learn gives and receives chocolate at Easter.
Quando eu era pequena, acreditava no Coelhinho da Páscoa e caçava ovos.
When I was little, I believed in the Easter Bunny and I hunted eggs.
Religious Traditions during Easter
Christianity is not everyone’s cup of tea. But it sure is a big part of Brazil! A lot of the Easter traditions we have are tied directly to the teachings and descriptions of the Bible. And some of those traditions are also specifically linked to days. For example, for Good Friday people generally opt to eat fish in Brazil. For that reason, we thought it’d be important to give you some vocabulary to talk about these religious traditions.
|to have supper
|rezar / orar
That’s it for today, everyone! I hope you’re now ready to talk about Easter in Portuguese!
See you in the next Dica!