Lesson 5 - Portuguese With Carla Podcast

Lesson 5 – Portuguese With Carla Podcast

It has been a little while but we’re back. More free Portuguese lessons with Carla and the husband (Marlon).

We pick up more or less where we left off: just getting to our Hotel room. Listen out of a special guest.

Also in this lesson: What Marlon’s Grand mom sounds like when under the effect of powerful “get to sleep” drugs.

Enjoy!

Narrativa:

M – Epah! Granda quarto! Só a cama dava pra 4! E olha a televisão: é maior que a nossa lá de casa. Vamos ali à varanda… Ena pa! que bela vista!

C – Oh João, este quarto ainda não foi limpo! Vem cá ver a casa de banho…

M – O que é que tem a casa de banho? Parece-me limpa…

C – Então não estás a ver o balde do lixo não foi esvaziado e a banheira… está cheia de cabelos!! Que nojo!

M – Não está assim tão mau… tem jacuzzi e tudo.

C – Bom, eu tenho que ligar para a recepção.

C – Estou sim?

R- Boa noite, fala a Rubina da recepção. Diga por favor.

C – Boa noite D. Rubina, olhe acabámos de entrar no quarto e notámos que ainda não foi limpo.

R – Não foi limpo?!! Diga por favor o número do quarto?

C – É o número 16.

R – Ai eu peço desculpa. Eu já mando aí uma pessoa.

C – Está bem, obrigada. Com licença.

C- De nada.

 

12 Comments

  1. Gav N 1 year ago

    Thanks so much guys. Your podcasts are very helpful. Love from New York.

    • Author
      Carla Sabala 1 year ago

      Thanks Gav! Glad we can help 🙂

  2. Josephine WANG 11 months ago

    Obrigada Carla…Sou Josephine e sou a chinesa. I recently started to learn Portuguese online. However I personally think the online classes help with the grammar learning a lot but not in the oral and listening, because some teachers are with brasilian accent and some with other accents……I’m so happy now having your podcast that helps my speaking and listening a lot….. and your class is close to the daily life which is easy to remember, and love your sound. Muito Obrigada.

    • Author
      Carla Sabala 11 months ago

      Olá Josephine,
      Thank you so much for your positive feedback! I’m very happy to hear you’re benefiting from and enjoying the podcasts! Muito obrigada e bom trabalho 🙂 Carla

  3. Sharon 8 months ago

    Muito obrigada, Carla e Marlon! My mother is a native Portuguese speaker, but I’ve forgotten most of what she taught me as a little child. At age 49, I’ve decided to try to learn, and your podcasts are really helpful. I’m so happy to have a European Portuguese podcast available. Great work!

    • Author
      Carla Sabala 8 months ago

      Olá Sharon!

      It’s never too late to relearn a language – we’re happy to see you’ve decided to embrace your origins and that we can be part of it! Força 😉

      Carla

  4. Carla Jardim 8 months ago

    Just discovered your podcasts.
    Great

    • Marlon Sabala 7 months ago

      Glad this is proving helpful to you 🙂

  5. Derek Smitt 3 months ago

    I just discovered you guys and your podcasts and I love them! I like that you throw in expressions or phrases that you cannot directly translate. Plus, some of the other information in regards to the science of the brain and other ways to learn a language were very insightful! Yes…I am only on podcast 5!

    • Marlon Sabala 3 months ago

      Thank you very much.
      Glad you like it 🙂

  6. Don Stewart 2 months ago

    I have got as far as podcast 10 but dropped back to 5 to refresh my brain.

    In 3 months I (and my wife) will be returning to Madeira for the third time. The first trip I knew no Portuguese at all (although I do speak and understand some French and Italian. So, that helped). We learned obrigado/obrigada early and that went a long way (towards being polite).

    Next trip we learned a few more words. On our last day, at our favourite bar/bakery, I asked one of our much-loved waiters “Como está?” He said, “Listen to you! Next time we speak Portuguese.” A challenge which I have accepted.

    Thanks to you both, I can now talk about carro a gasolina ou gasóleo, o jogo de futebol and como limpar a nossa casa de banho is. (Well all are important.)

    Great work by both of you. I hope to be past podcast 30 before I go.

    Muito obrigado

    • Marlon Sabala 2 months ago

      Hey Don, that’s really nice to hear!

      And thanks for taking the time to share it with us. We’re happy for you. Yep, plenty of free stuff for you to listen to, and more coming 🙂

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