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Okay... so i don't know exactly what it means "é que" in some sentences like for example:
Como é que se chama?
O que é que ela quer comer?
O que é que você vai fazer na terça-feira?
I understand these questions without "é que" but i don't know what is the difference if i put this phrase in the sentence. I would be grateful if you could explain it
é (ser = to be) is a verb 'que' is a pronoun we use as conective like "that" and "what in english. In english this conective is optional, in portuguese it isn't.
Hi! How are you?
I'm sorry to disturb you but i found this thread about portuguese language on the forum that you created to teach people some stuff but it seems to be dead and i don't know if you are still active in here so...
I started learning this beautiful language some time ago but i've got confusing problem with one thing and i think it will be a piece of cake for you to solve it since you are brazilian so... Do you mind if i ask you some questions about it?
Of ourse you can ask me anything! I don't use the forums so often as I used to,but I'm always here checking the news.
So people.. I'm here and there...