Tricky Sounds of European Portuguese

Tricky Sounds of European Portuguese

In this “Basics of European Portuguese” video, I take you through a few more basic sounds, including diphthongs and other weirdly named, but essential tidbits for correct European Portuguese pronunciation. Obrigada, Carla Ready to become fluent in European Portuguese? For the last decade, we’ve been working on putting together the best possible European Portuguese course….

100 Common Expressions in European Portuguese

100 Common Expressions in European Portuguese

In this “Basics of European Portuguese” video, we tackle 100 common expressions a European Portuguese speaker might use in day-to-day conversation. Extra content & tailored exercises related to this basic lesson are available to members of our The Journey program. Obrigada, Carla Ready to become fluent in European Portuguese? For the last decade, we’ve been…

Lesson 1 (Series 2) – The Interview Gone Wrong
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Lesson 1 (Series 2) – The Interview Gone Wrong

Well, we’re back with a new series of European Portuguese lessons. We’ve been working on these new episodes for a few months now and it has taken us longer than anticipated, but we’re very happy with the result so far and we hope you will be too. There are a few changes you will notice…

European Portuguese Vocabulary – At the Zoo
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European Portuguese Vocabulary – At the Zoo

Hey folks, we shot this European Portuguese Vocabulary lesson at the Lisbon Zoo a few weeks ago. How many animal names can you correctly pronounce?While we were at it, we also asked natives standing by to give us terms associated with specific animals. The theory goes, that the more “items” your brain has associated with…

Buying Cakes at the Beach in European Portuguese
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Buying Cakes at the Beach in European Portuguese

Here’s a quick video of me buying cakes at the beach. It’s full of simple European Portuguese dialog you can use on day to day conversation. While at Costa da Caparica, a few weeks ago, recording some new (confidential-for-now) stuff for Portuguese With Carla, we spotted a woman selling Bolas de Berlim, custard-filled do-noughts, and…