In some cases, when you say obrigado (which can also be valeu!, it is even more used than obrigado here in Brazil, mainly by younger people) some people can reply Obrigado você!, mainly when you are buying something and you say it to the cashier. Thats it! = É isso aí!
What is the correct response to Obrigado?
As Portuguese is a gender-based language, men say obrigado with an o at the end, and women say obrigada with an a at the end. This is the rule in any context. Sometime you may hear the more informal valeu that translates to cheers and is common between friends and in more social situations.
How do I say you are welcome in Portuguese?
De nada! Youre welcome! Obrigado pelo almoço!
How do you respond to Tudo bem in Portuguese?
If you want to say “How is it going?” you ask tudo bem? (“too-du bayn“,) and the response is tudo bom (“too-du bom“) or again tudo bem (“too-du bayn“), ie “Everythings good. Its going well.” If you want to get more colorful, your response could be beleza (“bell-ay-za“), which is to say “Everythings beautiful.”
How can I be polite in Portugal?
3:364:35European Portuguese - How to Be Polite - YouTubeYouTube
How do you greet in Portuguese?
Basic Portuguese GreetingsOlá (Hello) Bom dia (Good morning, lit. Boa tarde (Good afternoon) Boa noite (Good evening / Good night) Bem-vindo (Welcome) Tudo bem? (How are you, lit. Até logo / Até amanhã (See you later/tomorrow, lit. Adeus (Goodbye)
How do people in Portugal behave?
Portuguese place high importance on being polite....Avoid comparing Portugal to Spain or assuming similarities between the two countries. Take care when talking about topics relating to the colonial wars, politics and religion. Do not boast about yourself or exaggerate your achievements, status or wealth.