Sentences with numbers in Portuguese
What’s up everyone?
In our Dica today, we are going to make some sentences with numbers in Portuguese. The numbers in Portuguese must agree with the words in Portuguese relating to gender. If the words that the numbers are relating to are masculine, the numbers have to be masculine, but if the words are feminine, then the numbers must be feminine as well. See in the examples below:
Examples of sentences with numbers
Em 1808 (mil, oitocentos e oito), a Família Real chegou ao Brasil.
In 1808, (Eighteen hundred and eight) The Portuguese Royal Family arrived in Brazil.
Em 1822 (mil, oitocentos e vinte e dois), a Família Real deixou o Brasil.
In 1822, (Eighteen hundred and twenty two) The Portuguese Royal Family left Brazil.
Eu tenho 27 (vinte e sete) anos.
I am 27 (twenty seven) years old.
Eles têm 2 (duas) filhas, mas ela tem 2 (dois) filhos.
They have 2 (two) daughters, but she has 2 (two) sons.
Nós temos 3 (três) amigos que vivem em Barcelona.
We have 3 (three) friends that live in Barcelona.
Eles têm 5 (cinco) amigas que estudam na Rio & Learn.
They have 5 (five) friends that study at Rio & Learn.
O livro custa R$ 24,90 (vinte e quatro reais e noventa centavos).
The book costs R$ 24,90. (twenty four reais and ninety cents).
Um quarto naquele hotel custa R$ 79,00 (setenta e nove reais)
A room in that hotel costs R$ 79,oo. (seventy nine reais)
That’s it, guys. We have learned numbers and their agreements in Portuguese.
See you all soon!
One thousand kisses to you all!