Vocabulary for the Olympic Games in Portuguese

The Olympic Games are getting closer with each passing day my friends!
Have you learned the vocabulary for the Olympic Games in Portuguese? The most used words and terms during the Olympics and what each of them mean?

So, let’s see a short list:

Vocabulary for the Olympics

Vocabulary for the Olympic Games in Portuguese: Os ingressos. Nine tickets for the Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro.

Vocabulary for the Olympic Games in Portuguese: Os Mascotes. Vinicius and Tom, the Olympic games mascots, at forte do leme.

Vocabulary for the Olympic Games in Portuguese: O estádio. Nilton Santos Stadium, popularly known as Engenhão.

Vocabulary for the Olympic Games in Portuguese: A cerimônia de abertura.

Vocabulary for the Olympic Games in Portuguese: A Tocha Olímpica. The torch for the Olympic games of 2016 in Rio de Janeiro.

Portuguese at the Rio de Janeiro Olympic games: A Pira Olímpica.

Portuguese at the Rio de Janeiro Olympic games. O Hino Nacional. April 13th is the national day of the Brazilian National Anthem.

Rio de Janeiro Olympic games: A cerimônia de encerramento.

Rio de Janeiro Olympic games: O Atleta Olímpico. Usain Bolt is the fastest man of all times.

Olympic Games in Brazil: A equipe olímpica. Brazilian Gymnastics team.

Olympic Games in Brazil: A bandeira olímpica.

Vocabulary for the Olympic Games in Portuguese: O pódio.

Vocabulary for the Olympic Games: A medalha de ouro.

Vocabulary for the Olympic Games: A Medalha de prata.

Vocabulary for the Olympic Games: A Medalha de bronze.

O quadro de medalhas. The medal table.

Os campeões. Brazilian female volleyball team celebrating the victory.

That’s all guys!

Any hunch as to who will win the Olympic Games this year? Who do you think will win more medals and be the great winner? Hope it is Brazil!

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