Homgrafas: equal words in the different writing and in the Homfonas pronunciation: equal words in the pronunciation and different in the writing. Perfect: equal words in the pronunciation and the writing. Paronmia: It is the relation that if establishes between two or more words that they possess different meanings, but are very seemed in the pronunciation and in the writing, that is we parnimos, them. Polissemia: It is the property that one same word has to present some meanings. (Gonalves, 2010, P. 2-5). CONCLUSION Is important to consider the Semantics in the education of Portuguese Language as a process that is only initiating and that it requires, therefore, much more research so that let us can arrive more at a knowledge improved and thus to promote an education more efficient, generating more productive didactic books and with contents most elaborated.

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