It’s been a while, and I’m thrilled to publish a new video from the series Learn Brazilian Portuguese with Songs. In this lesson we use the song Toda Sexta-Feira. You will learn the days of the week in Portuguese and how to use Todo/Toda, along with language and pronunciation tips.
And I have a gift for you: Download the song lyrics with a picture glossary: Letra – Adriana Calcanhoto – Toda Sexta-Feira – blog.
Additionally, when you sign up for our Newsletter you get three free Street Smart Brazil learning resources, including a worksheet about TUDO/TODO/TODA. It will be the perfect complement to this song lesson. I hope you enjoy it!
The video series Learn Brazilian Portuguese with Songs is a collaboration between Susanna Zaraysky, author of the book Language is Music, and Luciana Lage, from Street Smart Brazil, co-author of the book 51 Portuguese Idioms – Speak Like a Brazilian. In these lessons we use Brazilian songs to teach you Portuguese and we contrast Spanish and Portuguese to discuss pronunciation and grammar. Make sure you check out the previous videos on our Blog and on our Youtube Channel.Below is our lesson, and below it a video of Brazilian singer Belô Velloso singing the song.
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Otimo! Otimo; Tudo certo! Muito obrigada, Luciana! Eu sou da Russia , Moscou, mas agora estou morando em Recife, faz 3 anos. Eu adoro Brasil.
Oi, Natalia! Eu cresci em Recife. Vou para lá agora em março por algumas semanas 🙂
Sorry, but I can’t seem to find the link that will allow me to download the Street Smart Brazil worksheet with the song lyrics and picture glossary. You mentioned that it was at the bottom of this post but I am having a hard time locating it. Can you please direct me to the link or possibly email it to me?
Oi, Moira! Obrigada for writing. I apologize. It seems that the file got lost when we migrated to our new website. I have just updated the post. You will see a link to the handout right where the post mentions it (not at the bottom of the article anymore). I hope you enjoy singing along!