You know I love colloquial expressions ;) They make us sound natural speaking a foreign language. In addition, an idiomatic expression can often get your point across better than any other way of putting things. So here’s another great Brazilian Portuguese colloquial expression: a gota d’água.
Today's Portuguese lesson will teach you another slang word for beer in Brazil. After all, it's Friday!
Virar is an interesting, useful verb in Portuguese. In this Portuguese lesson you will learn three meanings of the verb virar and two great Brazilian colloquial expressions with the verb. The lesson has 12 examples to make your proficient using the verb virar.
Do you feel that speaking Portuguese gets more and more fun as you become more and more fluent? Are your Portuguese lessons helping you become less and less shy to talk to people in Brazil? Have you noticed that more and more people are interested in traveling and speaking foreign
I bet that one of the first words that you learned in Portuguese was Bem, which means well. In fact, my most watched video lesson is the one that tells you what Tudo bem really means. But we also use Bem a whole lot with a different meaning, and that's what I'm going to teach you today. Bem
September is my birthday :) I have a deal for us to celebrate the occasion. For a limited time you can get 2 hours of free Portuguese lessons when you purchase 10 hours of instruction ($100 value). That’s right, you buy 10 hours of Portuguese lessons and get 12 hours of instruction. This deal
Today you will learn 11 colors in Portuguese and 10 very useful colloquial expressions using the colors. This lesson is organized in three parts: 11 most commonly used colors in Portuguese Some needed grammar so you can use the colors correctly and be happy with your Portuguese :)
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The verb Dar is extremely useful because we use it in so many colloquial expressions in Brazilian Portuguese. Today you will learn how to use the expression Dar-se bem with two different meanings: to get along well with someone and to do well in something. You will likely find yourself using
Patterns between two languages are a great way to quickly build vocabulary, as they make it easier to memorize words. In this lesson I will show you 38 words that are nearly the same in Portuguese and in English. These words follow the pattern: English ending in –ary Portuguese ending in