I've heard people say this too, but frankly I haven't heard a lot of Portuguese in my life, so I can't say.
russian sounds like polish
portuguese sounds like french or italian
No, it’s completely different groups
Nothing. Who said this to you was very high.
2 completely different languages
to a guy that does not know any of these languages, yes i guess. because of the range of sounds we use may be similar.
but if you know spanish for example, you know that despite de sounds the words are totally different.
Yes, but only the european version of portuguese. The american one is clearly more italian-ish.
valehtelit enemman kuin itse bobrikoff
Nothing alike and i speak both.
portuguese from portugal yes, Brazilian no
kkk cala boca boludito de merda vai toma no cu lixo
Lol what. These two are completely different.
idk, but PT-BR looks really different than portuguese.
portuguese looks like brazilian
Portuguese is whenever a Russian tries to speak spanish.
PT Portuguese yes, at least is what people generally say from countries that don't understand it.
BR Portuguese sounds more like Spanish, Italian or French.
I think the diff comes from how pt people talk without opening their mouths completely, also speaking fast af. Ofc to me as BR it doesn't sound like that.
I don't know what it's like for people from another country, but for Brazilians, Russian doesn't look like Portuguese. spanish, italian, french parem portuguese descent from latin
The pronounciation is very similair if u listen to it carefully.. Since i know some russian, hearing ptg is very confusing.. It sounds like i should understand it but i can't understand anything :D thats for eu pt tho, br pronounciation is verry different sounds like proper latin language
i mean it could be true because when i speak english with a very strong portuguese accent i got people asking me if i was russian (not to many times but it happened) so it could be true and once i was hearing some russian singing from to far and i was confused if it was portuguese or russian. also br portuguese it's different even people say it's easier to learn pt-br than pt-pt