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I know they will have a very happy life together, so let’s all raise our glasses to Kathryn and Fraser! )“Hello, everyone, and thank you for coming this evening. I have the honor of giving a toast tonight, so I thought I would tell you a little about how I met my own husband. Sam, my husband, sat behind me in geography class and – maybe this sounds cliche – but he was always bugging me!

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In using these phrases, not only can you sound like a native Brazilian, but you may be able to recognize these commonplace expressions. They start to paint a picture of a nation full of lively, friendly, and laid-back people.

Think of these phrases as clues to Brazilian culture. Take the classic phrase É boa pra caramba (eh boh-ah pdah kah-dahm-bah). When pra caramba comes after good, it transforms It’s good to It’s amazing. Engraçado pra caramba (ang-gdah-sah-doo pdah kah-dahm-bah) means hilarious.