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Oi, tudo bem? I’m Fernando, nice to meet you. I create content (videos mainly) teaching everyday, colloquial Brazilian Portuguese.
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Learn which prepositions to use with verbs of movement, like “ir” (to go) -what the grammar says and what Brazilians actually use in colloquial speech.
Learn the most used expressions with the word “papo”.
In this post we’ll learn the different ways you can pronounce the letter o in Brazilian Portuguese words.
In this post you will learn the two main ways of saying thank you in Brazilian Portuguese. You will also learn how to say ‘You’re welcome!” – all with pronunciation tips that will make you sound like a native speaker.
In this post we will learn the three main ways of saying I’m sorry in Brazilian Portuguese, as well as some key phrases to express forgiveness.
Translation and vocabulary analysis of Polar Beer advert with some interesting “gaúcho” style Brazilian Portuguese.
Translation of Pra Rua me Levar, sung by Ana Carolina and Seu Jorge, with analysis of key vocabulary.
One of the hardest things for students of Brazilian Portuguese is learning the right pronunciation of ão. In this post, you will learn some tricks that will make much easier to get the pronunciation of words ending in -ão every time.