Partiu in Brazilian Portuguese

Partiu in Brazilian Portuguese. Partiu samba!
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Have you ever heard the word partiu in Brazilian Portuguese?

It comes from the verb Partir (leave), and we use it to invite people to do something. It’s an informal way to invite them. It’s like saying let’s go! So, let’s see some examples!

Examples with Partiu

Partiu estudar Português!
Partiu trabalhar!
Partiu casa!
Partiu cervejinha!
Partiu samba!
Let’s study Portuguese!
Let’s work!
Let’s go home!
Let’s have a beer!
Let’s dance samba!

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