How to say coffeehouse in Portuguese: Café

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How to say coffeehouse in Portuguese: Café

Learning Portuguese for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say coffeehouse in Portuguese: Café
Say it out loud: “kah fay

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Some more helpful words in our Portuguese Primary Nouns category:

airport – Aeroporto  (ay-ey roo por too)
bank – Banco  (ban koo)
bar – Bar  (bar)
bus – Ônibus  (on ee boos)
car – Carro  (kah hoo)
coffeehouse – Café  (kah fay)
hospital – Hospital  (ohs pee ta-oo)
hostel – Albergue Da Juventude  (al behr gay dah joo ven too jee)
hotel – Hotel  (oh teh-oo)
market – Supermarcado  (soo pehr mehr kaa doo)
pharmacy – Farmácia  (fahr maa see-ah)
police – Polícia  (poh lee see-ah)
post office – Correios  (koh hay-oos)
restaurant – Restaurante  (hes ta-oo ran chee)
taxi – Táxi  (tax ee)
train – Trem  (trehm)

And here’s how to say coffeehouse in other languages!

Arabic–Kahwa  (kah wa)
Chinese–Kāfēi Tīng  (Ka Fay Ting)
Croatian–bife  (bee' fay)
Czech–kavárna  (kuh VAR nuh)
Finnish–kahvila  (kahh ve lah)
French–Café  (café)
German–das kaffeehaus  (duhs coffee hows)
Italian–caffé  (caff ay')
Japanese–Kōhī Shoppu  (Kooh Heeh Shopoo)
Korean–Keopisyop  (Coffee Shop)
Polish–kawiarnia  (kha viar' nya)
Portuguese–Café  (kah fay)
Russian–kofeynya  (kah fyey nya)
Spanish–café  (kah fay)
Swahili–jumba la kahawa  (joom bah lah ka ha wah)
Thai–Ran Kafae  (rahn gah feh)
Turkish–kahvehane  (kaH vay ha nay)
Vietnamese–Quán Cà Phê  (Gwahn Ga Fe)

It has become common in many tourist destination to find a "coffeehouse" (Café) in major cities. Coffee houses are great places to grab your breakfast, lunch or supper and some also offer free Wi-Fi with the meal so you may ask your native guide "where's the best "coffeehouse" (Café)? I need to grab a quick meal as I upload my pictures and videos for my friends to see what I'm up to." Get instant access to the Portuguese Language Set.

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