What’s up, people? Are you ready to learn Portuguese?
Today we are going to see different types of houses in Portuguese. Can you repeat after me?
Houses in Portuguese
Casas are really common in Brazil. They are spacious and have a yard around it or a backyard. You’ll usually find two or three bedrooms in it.
Who wouldn’t like to have a house by the beach and have a great time during the summer? The porch of the house is right in front of the sea.
The apartment on the top floor of the build with a beautiful view of the city is a Cobertura. They are expensive but worth the price.
Mansão is a big and fancy house. Usually the high society and celebrities in Brazil have one. The ones they have in the countryside are just gigantic.
Cabana is a small house made of wood mostly found inside a forest. It’s perfect to spend time with family and friends disconnected from the world outside.
There are an infinite variety of apartamentos. Big, small, in front of the beach or not. It all depends on what you are looking for.
An apart-hotel is a small building that offers hotel services such as dinning hall and laundry. They are cheaper than hotels.
The sobrado is a two-story house. It’s not very big and it’s usually build next to other sobrados.
Even though Brazil is a big country, we don’t have many castelos. Here in Rio there are three, and one of them you can see during our RioLIVE! to Porto Maravilha.
Barraco is a very poor house usually made of sheets of wood and metal. It can be found in distant parts of the country and it’s a construction made by simple people.
Now that you know more about the type of houses we have, how about practicing the sound?
Names of Houses in Portuguese
Vocabulary of Houses in Portuguese
|A casa||The house|
|A quitinete||The studio apartment|
|A casa de praia||The beach house|
|A cobertura||The penthouse|
|A mansão||The mansion|
|A cabana||The hut|
|O chalé||The cottage|
|O apartamento||The apartment|
|O apart-hotel||The aparthotel|
|O sobrado||The loft|
|O castelo||The castle|
|O barraco||The shanty|
Now it’s your turn!
Take a look at the picture below and tell us what types of houses there are in it:
We’ll meet again on our next Dica!
Click on the links below to see more related Dicas
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Bedroom in Brazil
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- Casa de praia