Feelings in Portuguese. Eles estão tristes porque perderam o jogo.

What’s up People?
On today’s Dica we will learn about the feelings in Portuguese. Feelings are abstract ideas and, to represent them, usually we use the verbs Ser, Estar, Ter and Sentir.

Let’s take a look at a list with the feelings and their adjectives in Portuguese. Listen to it:

Vocabulary of feelings in Portuguese

Alegria –Joy

Amor – Love

Ansiedade – Anxiety

Calma – Calm

Coragem – Courage

Covardia –Cowardice

Curiosidade – Curiosity

Decepção – Disappointment

Dor – Pain

Inveja – Envy

Medo – Fear

Orgulho – Pride

Preocupação – Concern

Raiva – Anger

Surpresa – Surprise

Pena – Pity

Pressa – Hurry

Tédio – Boredom

Tristeza – Sadness

Vergonha – Shame

Alegre – Happy

Apaixonado – In love

Ansioso – Anxious

Calmo – Calm

Corajoso – Couragious

Covarde – Coward

Curioso – Curious

Decepcionado – Disappointed

Dolorido – Painful

Invejoso – Envious

Assustado – Scared

Orgulhoso – Proud

Preocupado – Concerned

Irritado – Angry

Surpreso – Surprised

Lamentável – Pitiful

Apressado – Rushed

Entediado – Bored

Triste – Sad

Envergonhado – Ashamed

Here we have many examples of phrases with feelings in Portuguese. Let’s take a look so we can understand better:

Examples of phrases with feelings in Portuguese

Gosto muito de estudar na Rio & Learn. Os professores têm muita alegria.
I really like studying at Rio & Learn. The teachers are very joyful.

As mães têm muito amor pelos filhos.
Mothers have a lot of love for their children.

José está ansioso para saber o resultado do jogo.
José is very anxious to know the result of the game.

Precisamos ter calma.
We need to be calm.

Quando Joana vê o namorado falando com outra menina, ela sente ciúmes.
When Joana sees her boyfriend talking to another girl, she gets jealous.

Ele tem muita coragem.
He has a lot of courage.

Aquele homem é um covarde.
That man is a coward.

As crianças têm muita curiosidade.
Children have a lot of curiosity.

João está decepcionado com o amigo dele.
João is disappointed at his friend.

Estou sentindo muita dor.
I am feeling a lot of pain.

Ela sente inveja de todos.
He is envious of everyone.

Eu tenho medo do escuro.
He is afraid of the dark.

Ele tem orgulho de ser carioca.
He is proud to be carioca.

Ela está com raiva.
He is angry.

Ele está desistindo. Que pena!
He is giving up. What a pitty!

Hoje não tenho nada para fazer. Que tédio!
I have nothing to do today. How boring!

Ela é muito tímida. Tem vergonha de falar com as pessoas.
She is very shy. She is to embarrassed to talk to people.

All good people?

We have just learned about the feelings in Portuguese. Shall we practice a bit? We will leave a few questions ready for you to answer right below.

Vocês são pessoas sentimentais?
Como vocês se sentem hoje?
O que vocês sentiram quando chegaram ao Brasil?

Leave your answers on our Facebook. We are anxious to know!
See you soon!

 

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Portuguese Present Tense of Ser
Present tense of Estar in Portuguese
Verb to Have in the Simple Present
 Conjugation of the verb Ser in Portuguese
Conjugation of the verb Estar in Portuguese
Conjugation of the Verb Ter in Portuguese

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