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Todo homem tem seu preço.

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Comment: Todo homem tem seu preço. - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Maria

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April 14, 2012
08:33:20

Maria

vKoyumhRk


gaspetaac9 AGORA, c9 AGORA vc pode GANHAR DINHEIRO Agora com as 3 maiores fnetos de renda na internet para se GANHAR DINHEIRO agora mesmo. Revelado 3 segredos. Como um Jovem de 27 anos sem ter ao menos o 2ba Grau completo se tornou o Guru de como Ganhar Dinheiro na Internet Brasileira ww w.ihermans.ganhardinheiroagoraad.co m/
April 14, 2012
08:33:17

Artem

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JeAXSu


Hi JeffYes I've heard about it and I hear it's caused a big enrumagt in Portugal. For example in Brazil they have removed consonants that are unpronounced so in Portugal they would spell f3ptimo with a p' but in Brazil it's f3timo. I've only just learned the Portuguese from Portugal!There's an interesting piece in Portuguese on LingQ that talks about the differences in the two LingQ podcast 13. That talks about spelling differences and pronunciation.From what I've seen and heard the differences aren't vast. Sometimes verbs are used slightly differently and pronouns might be before the verb instead of after but it's still the same language.
April 08, 2012
12:03:19

Artem

ukDQADsRYpbzk
JeAXSu


Hi JeffYes I've heard about it and I hear it's caused a big enrumagt in Portugal. For example in Brazil they have removed consonants that are unpronounced so in Portugal they would spell f3ptimo with a p' but in Brazil it's f3timo. I've only just learned the Portuguese from Portugal!There's an interesting piece in Portuguese on LingQ that talks about the differences in the two LingQ podcast 13. That talks about spelling differences and pronunciation.From what I've seen and heard the differences aren't vast. Sometimes verbs are used slightly differently and pronouns might be before the verb instead of after but it's still the same language.
April 08, 2012
12:03:16

Riri

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Sometimes it IS stupid but mesotimes there are good reasons for having specific ways of writing things regardless of the pronunciation, e.g. : some words may have an origin/ethymology that makes it necessary to keep a certain spelling.Like certain prefixes, usually Greek or Latin, HAVE to be written a certain way, but will just be pronounced whichever way is the easiest. Pronunciation may also evolve AFTER the spelling has been determined.Regions : it's convenient to have ONE written language.
April 07, 2012
23:02:16
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