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How to make Portuguese Language translation better?

The world has 182.000.000 people who speak Portuguese as their first language, and Portuguese is the world's 8th most popular language. Most of the Portuguese speakers live in Brazil while only 100 million people live in Portugal. Portuguese is also prevalent in other parts of the world, such as Angola, Mozambique, Guinea Bissau, Macau, Cape Verde, Madeira and East Timor. Among these countries, eight of them have Portuguese as official language, they are Portugal, Brazil, Angola, Cape Verde Islands, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique, Sao Tome and Principe, East Timor. European Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese is not much difference, they are similar to each other, just like British English and American English. Although there are some differences in pronunciation, grammar, syntax and idioms, both are more or less mutually understandable. The most common standard is European Portuguese. Portuguese verb modification Portuguese verb modification (Portuguese: a conjugação), is the Portuguese verb phrase to express a different style, tense, physical, person, or change the number of verbs and auxiliary verbs ending in the suffix of the form. Portuguese verbs can be divided into three groups, the infinitive verb suffix Category: were at the end of the-ar,-er,-ir Spanish has four Auxiliary verb: ser estar ter and haver,they are all Irregular verbs,details as follow: ser Impersonal verb (o verbo impessoal) Participle (o particípio) Past participle (o particípio passado): sido Present participle (o particípio presente): sendo Infinitive (o infinitivo) Present impersonal infinitive (o infinitivo presente impessoal): ser Personal verb (o verbo pessoal) Infinitive (o infinitivo) Present personal verb (o infinitivo presente pessoal): fôr, fores, fôr, formos, fordes, forem Indicative mood (o indicativo) Past indicative mood (o pretérito do indicativo): fui, fôste, foi, fomos, fôstes, foram Past perfect indicative mood (o pretérito mais-que-perfeito do indicativo): fôra, foras, fôra, fôramos, fôreis, foram estar Impersonal verb (o verbo impessoal) Participle (o particípio) Past participle (o particípio passado): estado Present participle (o particípio presente): estando Infinitive (o infinitivo) Present impersonal infinitive (o infinitivo presente impessoal): estar Personal verb (o verbo pessoal) Infinitive (o infinitivo) Present personal verb (o infinitivo presente pessoal): estiver, estiveres, estiver, estivermos, estiverdes, estiverem Indicative mood (o indicativo) Past indicative mood(o pretérito do indicativo): estive, estiveste, estêve, estivemos, estivestes, estiveram Past perfect indicative mood (o pretérito mais-que-perfeito do indicativo): estivera, estiveras, estivera, estivéramos, estivéreis, estiveram Present indicative mood(o presente do indicativo): estou, estás, está, estamos, estais, estão ter Impersonal verb (o verbo impessoal) Participle (o particípio) Past participle (o particípio passado): tido Present participle (o particípio presente): tendo Past indicative mood(o pretérito do indicativo): tive, tiveste, teve, tivemos, tivestes, tiveram This is some of the basics of Portuguese a translator should know. For more information about Portuguese translations, please drop me an email: david.chen@ccjk.com

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