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LEARNING STUDIO - LEVEL B1

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CONECTORES DE CONJUNTIVO (tempo)

Below is a list of connectors in the present subjunctive, specifically a compilation of words referred to as time connectors.

Here are some considerations about this list of connectors:

1- The connectors “mal,” “assim que,” or “logo que” all have the same meaning, and the translation into English for these three connectors is “as soon as.” Please note that the word “malas soon as” also has another meaning in Portuguese. In reality, most of the time, we use the word “mal (adverb)” with the meaning of “badly or poorly.” It’s important to know that, despite writing the words in the same way, we are dealing with two words with completely different meanings.

2-PRO TIP: Despite this list being composed of words (connectors) that we use quite frequently in Portuguese, it is worth noting that, in our opinion, the most important connectors are not the ones that follow, but rather the connectors you can find in List 6 – Present Subjunctive (essential connectors). These are the ones we use daily and with greater frequency.

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To learn and consolidate this list, you should follow the following STUDY METHOD:

1-FLASH CARDS

2-LEARN

3-SPELL

4-ASSESS

5-COMBINE

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