Portuguese Verb Conjugator

Portuguese is spoken by 180 million people in Brazil, Angola, Mozambic, So Tom e Principe, Macau, East Timor, Portugal etc. It is a Romance language, proceeding from the Latin language.

Conjugate a verb:

Fill in the infinitive. Don't use any capital letters!

Entering verbs

There are accentuated characters in Portuguese. If you cannot input them, try the following:

To input: Enter: Example
ô o> po>r equals pôr
ç c, cac,ar equals caçar


Notes on the verbs

Portuguese verbs are divided into three conjugation groups according to the ending of the infinitive: -ar, -er and -ir. In addition the verb pôr 'put' and its compounds have distinct endings.

There are some 1000 irregular verbs in Portuguese. Most of the verbs are regular belonging to the conjugation group of verbs ending in -ar.

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