Learn the most common ways of saying in Brazilian Portuguese that you think something/somebody is boring and how to say ‘I’m bored’.
Learn the difference between “gente”, “a gente” and “agente”.
Practice your Brazilian Portuguese with this selection of 30 Brazilian films available on Netflix UK.
Learn how to answer Yes and No Questions in Brazilian Portuguese in a way that will make you sound more natural and fluent in colloquial conversation.
Learn how Brazilians tend to pronounce certain English words and how that can help you with your Brazilian Portuguese pronunciation.
In this video we will learn the equivalent of there is/there are in Brazilian Portuguese, in formal and informal speech/writing.
In this guest post, polyglot Kamila Tekin shares her top tips to avoid mixing up Brazilian Portuguese and Spanish.
In this post, I’m going to show you 5 words and phrases that are going to make you sound more fluent in Brazilian Portuguese.
Lear how the tips and tricks to master 7 common Brazilian Portuguese pronunciation sounds! that are quite hard to pronounce.
In this post we’ll learn the different ways you can pronounce the letter o in Brazilian Portuguese words.
Learn 6 ways to say How are you in Brazilian Portuguese, the most common phrases and some key pronunciation tips that will make you sound like a Brazilian native speaker.
Learn how to pronounce the letter R in Brazilian Portuguese once and for all! In this post, you will learn the two main different sounds of it and know which one to say according to whether it’s a double R or single R and where the single R is positioned in the word. With a bonus test!
Test your knowledge of 20 funny and unusual Brazilian Portuguese expressions with this fun, interactive quiz. Check your answers and read examples of the expressions translated into English.
Test your knowledge of common expressions in Brazilian Portuguese with this fun quiz!
A comprehensive review of some of the best apps available to learn Portuguese.
O Leãozinho, a Brazilian classic, by Caetano Veloso
Learn two common Brazilian Portuguese Expressions
Have a laugh and practice your Brazilian Portuguese watching the hilarious comedy sketches by “Porta dos Fundos” (“Backdoor”)!