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==Valeu!==
 
==Valeu!==
  
this literally means that something had a value, so it means thanks and also a bye. It's common to use that after being helped.
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==Falou / Falous==
 
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In portuguese we say "Te vejo logo" when you hope to see someone in a few time.
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In portuguese we say "Te vejo logo" or "Até mais" when you will see someone again in the future.

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Hello everyone, my name is henry and I am a brazilian who'd llike to dhare with you some informal ways to say good bye over here in Brazil.

Tchau tchau[edit | edit source]

If you are learning portuguese, even if you're in the basics, you probably already knows that "tchau" means goodbye or simply bye. But to sound more like a native you'd like to know that saying only "tchau" may sound like a cold bye, so here are two tips: 1 try prolonging the "a" in a growing way something kinda "tchaAu" and then a smile :) 2nd tip: say "tchau" twice, here in Brazil this is common as much as sand in the desert, and of course don't forget to smile (we are a very afectionated people).

Valeu![edit | edit source]

This literally means that something had a value, so it means thanks and also a bye. It's common to use that after being helped.

Falou / Falous[edit | edit source]

this is a nice one. the translation is "spoke" but guess what? it means bye as well. It's common using this after a "valeu". PS: you can try putting a S at the end so you can sound even more like a native.

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In portuguese we say "Te vejo logo" or "Até mais" when you will see someone again in the future.