The Portuguese preposition de shows up in many different places. As you know -- I HATE to dig into grammar-speak unless it's really necessary to move you into Portuguese fluency.
So, I won't.
But, let me just say that it's worth being said that a preposition is a word that ties others together. Each language has a few prepositions that are super stars: their presence changes meaning.
Portuguese preposition de is one of them.
Let's look at just one really useful way de is used: de = BY.
Let's extend this to another case and see DE is used to express IN or, TO WEAR for CLOTHING (!).
Ready to learn more about Portuguese prepositions? Check out the next post.
How well do you know this? Can you get 5 of these right?