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Why do Brazilians say Cara?

Why do Brazilians say Cara?

Cara is a slang that we use to refer to a friend of ours, but in a casual way here in Rio de Janeiro. We can refer to guys and girls, just using this word.

What do you call someone from Brazil?

Brazilians (Portuguese: Brasileiros, IPA: [bɾaziˈlejɾus]) are the citizens of Brazil. A Brazilian can also be a person born abroad to a Brazilian parent or legal guardian as well as a person who acquired Brazilian citizenship.

What do you call a beautiful woman in Brazil?

Linda means “beautiful woman”, but in a more cocky way. Gatinha means “female kitten” and it’s REALLY cocky, but also means “beautiful woman”. With women you are intimate, both of them can be used. Gata (female cat) means the same as the other two, but in the gay community, it can be used as “gurl/girl”.

Widely used phrases

In Brazil, a driver’s licence (officially named Carteira Nacional de Habilitação in Portuguese, shortened as CNH and translated as “National Qualification Card”) is required in order to drive cars, buses, trucks and motorcycles. Current CNHs can be used as identity cards in all the national territory.

How much does it cost to ship a car to Brazil?

Transporting a standard sized vehicle to Brazil from the United States generally costs between $2,400 and $4,500 when done using a shipping container. Shipping containers can be used to ship other goods besides a vehicle and most containers can accommodate more than one car.

Is it possible to get around in Brazil without a car?

It’s not impossible to get around Brazil without a car, and many locals take advantage of busses, which can actually be quite comfortable and reliable. There are many affordable tour operators who can take out you out in a four-wheel-drive vehicle to more remote places.

How old do you have to be to import a car in Brazil?

Brazilian Requirements. The Brazilian government will allow anyone to ship/import a vehicle into the country, but it also requires that only new cars be allowed into the country. The exception to this is a car that is thirty years old or more because it is considered to have classic or antique status.