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  • About Maria Gadú (a Brazilian singer and composer)
  • About Fernando Sabino (a Brazilian author)
  • About tourism in the State of Mato Grosso do Sul
  • About who were the famous Brazilian athletes in the past Olympic games
  • About the preparation of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro
  • About tourism in Espírito Santo
  • About Martinho da Vila (a Brazilian singer and composer)
  • About tourism in Santa Catarina
  • About Ronaldinho Gaúcho (a Brazilian soccer player)
  • About tourism in the State of Paraná
  • About Antônio Fagundes (a Brazilian actor)
  • About tourism in the State of Bahia
  • About Sônia Braga (a Brazilian actress)
  • A little tourism in the State of Minas Gerais
  • About Sebastião Salgado (a Brazilian photographer)
  • About tourism in the State of Rio
  • How Brazil did in the Pan-American Games in Toronto
  • About Marisa Monte (a Brazilian singer and composer)
  • About several tourist points of interest in Goiás
  • About Paulo Freire (a Brazilian educator)
  • About Solstice Archaeological Park
  • About Jorge Paulo Lemann (the richest man in Brazil at the moment)
  • About Ubatuba (located on the northern São Paulo coast)
  • About “A Casa do Rio Vermelho” (in Salvador)
  • About Érico Veríssimo (a Brazilian writer)
  • About the Mediterranean Diet
  • About Aracaju (capital of the state of Sergipe)
  • About Cora Coralina (Brazilian poet and short story writer)
  • About Paulinho da Viola (a Brazilian composer and singer)
  • About the latest news in the presidential run
  • About Morro de São Paulo (located in the State of Bahia)
  • About Walter Salles (a Brazilian filmmaker of international prominence)
  • About Goiânia (the capital of the state of Goiás)
  • About Bernardo Guimarães (a Brazilian poet and novelist)
  • About Búzios (a sea resort in the state of Rio de Janeiro)
  • About Elza Soares, a Brazilian singer
  • About Cuiabá
  • About Nelson Mandela
  • About Joaquim Barbosa (president of Brazil's Supreme Court)
  • About Porto Alegre (the capital of the state of Rio Grande do Sul)
  • About Gonzaguinha (Gonzagão's son)
  • About Natal (the capital of the State of Rio Grande do Norte)
  • About the vitamin D (based on an article from “Isto É independente” magazine titled “The powerful vitamine D”)
  • Vocabulary related to a dentist
  • About Neymar (the great star of Brazilian soccer)
  • About Caldas Novas (the largest hydro-thermal resort in the world)
  • Review opposites
  • About Michel Teló
  • About Ilha do Marajó
  • About Diogo Nogueira (a Brazilian singer and composer)
  • About Santos (the most important port in Brazil)
  • About Xuxa (a Brazilian TV host)
  • About Ângela Maria (a Brazilian singer)
  • About Guarapari (a sea resort in the State of Espírito Santo)
  • About Carlos Drummond de Andrade
  • About Campos do Jordão (a town located in the Mantiqueira Mountains)
  • About Maria Bethânia (a Brazilian singer)
  • About facts related to Brazil's participation in the Olympiads
  • About Jericoacoara (located in the State of Ceará)
  • About Rio+20
  • About Tim Maia (a Brazilian singer)
  • About the verbs “INVESTIR, PREFERIR and CONSEGUIR”
  • About spiritual intelligence
  • About Itacaré (a small town located south of Salvador, in the State of Bahia)
  • Some other ways to say goodbye
  • About Capoeira
  • About Eike Batista (the richest man in Brazil)
  • About the “Chapada dos Veadeiros”
  • About Carlos Lyra (a Brazilian singer and composer)
  • How to give and receive directions
  • About the State of São Paulo
  • About Mário Quintana
  • About Teresópolis
  • About Jiu-Jitsu
  • About Ronaldo (a Brazilian soccer star)
  • About Belém (capital of the state of Pará)
  • About Steve Jobs
  • About Dolores Duran (a Brazilian singer and composer)
  • How to make your dreams come true
  • About Vitória (the capital of the State of Espírito Santo)
  • The Brazilian National Anthem
  • About Gal Costa (a Brazilian singer)
  • About Tiradentes (a colonial town in the State of Minas Gerais)
  • How to use the expression “CADA VEZ MAIS”.
  • About the pink dolphin
  • About Roberto Burle Marx (a Brazilian landscaper)
  • About Petrópolis (a town in the State of Rio de Janeiro)
  • About Gisele Bündchen (a Brazilian model and actress)
  • About Curitiba (capital of the state of Paraná)
  • A recipe for shrimp in manioc cream
  • About Caetano Veloso (a Brazilian singer and composer)
  • About how Brazilian women get old based on the book “Coroas: Corpo, Envelhecimento, Casamento e Infidelidade” by Mirian Goldenberg
  • About Paraty
  • The equivalent to some proverbs in English
  • About public security in Rio
  • About Dilma Rousseff (the first woman to be the president of Brazil)
  • About Saci Pererê (a character in Brazilian folklore)
  • About Manaus (the capital of the Amazonas state)
  • About change (a chronicle by Lya Luft)
  • About Lya Luft (a Brazilian writer)
  • The names of the currencies of some countries
  • About the electric car
  • Acronyms
  • About Serra Gaúcha (located in the State of Rio Grande do Sul)
  • About starting a franchise
  • About the Google TV
  • About Machado de Assis (a Brazilian novelist)
  • Some expressions in English with their equivalent in Portuguese
  • About Brasília
  • About FIFA and the World Cup
  • What a “BOTEQUIM” is in Brazil
  • Where to call in an emergency in Brazil
  • About Elis Regina (a Brazilian singer)
  • About different kinds of compulsion
  • About the animal game
  • About the Fernando de Noronha Archipelago
  • About João Gilberto
  • About the movie “The Hurt Locker”, that won six awards at the 2010 Oscars
  • About Ouro Preto
  • About the Brazilian Carnival
  • The masculine and feminine of some animals
  • About Chico Buarque de Hollanda
  • About Brazil’s Rural Landless Workers Movement
  • About Belo Horizonte
  • Terms of endearment
  • About Recife and Olinda
  • Body expressions used by Brazilians and their meaning
  • About Maya Angelou
  • About Vinícius de Moraes
  • About Lençóis Maranhenses
  • About pre-salt
  • About the Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos
  • About cloud computing
  • About Chapada Diamantina
  • Some expressions in English with their equivalent in Portuguese
  • About online social networks
  • About Cândido Portinari (a Brazilian painter)
  • About Michael Jackson
  • The Amazon
  • How to live well with little
  • About the Junine Festivities in Brazil
  • About Jorge Amado (a Brazilian author)
  • About the food we can have in a snack bar
  • About the book “Q and A” (which originated the movie “Slumdog Millionaire”)
  • About the Pantanal
  • About solar energy
  • About Oscar Niemeyer
  • About Carnival in Salvador (Bahia)
  • Some verbs related to a trip and some colloquial expressions
  • Some multi-meaning words
  • About the Iguaçu Falls
  • About the book “Eat, Pray, Love”
  • The changes that appear in the New Spelling Agreement of the Brazilian Portuguese
  • Some multi-meaning words
  • About Christmas in Brazil
  • Expressions with the verb "FAZER"
  • About Paulo Coelho
  • Some expressions starting with the preposition "DE"
  • Some adjectives used to describe personal qualities and some expressions with the word “pé”
  • About Fortaleza
  • Some multiple-meaning words
  • About the Brazilian movie “City of God”
  • How to express some states of mind and feelings
  • About Florianópolis
  • Expressions with the word “mão”
  • About Ayrton Senna
  • About the Bahian cuisine
  • Multiple-meaning words
  • Adjectives used to describe people’s personality and the plural of some of these adjectives
  • About Tom Jobim
  • About the independence of Brazil
  • The ordinal numbers up to a hundred
  • Some nouns made from adjectives
  • About Salvador
  • About Father’s Day
  • Multiple-meaning words
  • About Pelé
  • How to bargain
  • About São Paulo
  • Some false cognates
  • About Rio de Janeiro
  • Expressions with the word LIKE
  • Expressions with the preposition POR
  • Expressions with the word TIME
  • Some words in Portuguese ending in –oso/osa, and some verbs followed by the preposition “em”
  • The use of “tão” and “tanto”, and the pronunciation of the letter “x”
  • Some expressions in English with their equivalent in Portuguese
  • Expressions with the verb TO BE that are translated into Portuguese with the verb TO HAVE
  • Some colloquial verbs
  • How to express some states of mind and feelings
  • The augmentative form of some words in Portuguese with the suffixes –ão and -ona
  • Collective nouns
  • Expressions with the verb "DAR"
  • False cognates
  • How to say “to go somewhere by… or on…”
  • Numbers from 1 to 50 (review)
  • How to give short answers
  • The feminine and masculine forms of some nouns
  • How to say “It depends on…” in several situations
  • Words ending in –dade and –eza
  • Expressions with the word “VONTADE”
  • Internet chat abbreviations, which are part of the Internetese
  • The ordinal numbers from 1 to 30
  • False cognates
  • How to sing the song “Silent Night” in Portuguese
  • Some proverbs
  • Masculine words ending in –a
  • How to sing “Happy Birthday to You” in Portuguese, and the recipe for caipirinha, the Brazilian national cocktail
  • Expressions with “ESTAR COM”
  • Some adjectives and their opposites
  • How to express pain and some slang words used especially by young people
  • Some relaxed pronunciation found in colloquial Portuguese, and questions starting with “How long”
  • How to say “I wonder if”
  • The similarities between some English and Portuguese words
  • Sentences with the adverb ALREADY
  • The different ways of expressing what you want
  • Comparisons
  • How to express likes and dislikes.
  • The interrogative pronouns
  • About Brazilian currency
  • Demonstrative pronouns
  • Numbers from 100 to 1000
  • How to say the time in Portuguese and the numbers from 20 to 100
  • Numbers from 13 to 20
  • Numbers from 1 to 12
  • How to ask “How do you say this word in Portuguese?”
  • The Portuguese alphabet
  • How to introduce yourself, introduce someone else and say good-bye
  • Translate...

  • The word WIDE (Part II)
  • The word FREE (Part I)
  • The word BUT
  • The adjective STRONG
  • The word KNOW into Portuguese (Part II)
  • The word KNOW(Part I)
  • The word WAY (Part I)
  • The word DEGREE
  • The word PLANT
  • The preposition AGAINST (Part II)
  • The preposition AGAINST(Part I)
  • The word SHAKE (Part II)
  • The word “SHAKE” (Part I)
  • The verb TO BRING (Part II)
  • The verb TO BRING (Part I)
  • The word CAST
  • The word TIP
  • The verb TO ATTEND
  • The verb TO POUR
  • The verb “APERTAR”
  • The word REACH
  • The word “SORTE”
  • The word TOUCH (Part II)
  • The word TOUCH (Part I)
  • The word “FUNDO”
  • The word ABOVE
  • The word PACE
  • The word SPLIT
  • The word WAVE
  • The adjective BRIGHT
  • The word WASTE (Part II)
  • The word WASTE (Part I)
  • The word “ÚNICO”
  • The word “MEIO”
  • The word UNDER (Part II)
  • The word UNDER (Part I)
  • The word PROPER
  • The word CENTER
  • The word “FAIR”
  • The word SERVE
  • The adjective “CHEIO”
  • The word “BALANCE”
  • The word SPACE
  • The word WATCH (Part II)
  • The word DRAIN
  • The word EXPERIENCE
  • The adjective ROUGH (Part II)
  • The adjective ROUGH (Part I)
  • The word “LACK”
  • The adjective THICK
  • The adjective SHARP
  • The word FAST
  • The word HOPE (Part II)
  • The word HOPE (Part I)
  • The word RAW
  • The word “SINAL”
  • The word DRIVE (Part II)
  • The word DRIVE (Part I)
  • The word “TEMPO” (Part II)
  • The word “TEMPO” (Part I)
  • The word WILD
  • The verb “ARRUMAR”
  • The word BRIDGE
  • The adjective HEAVY
  • The word LINE (Part II)
  • The word LINE (Part I)
  • The adjective LIGHT into Portuguese (Part II)
  • The adjective LIGHT (Part I)
  • The word ADDRESS
  • The adjective FULL into Portuguese.
  • The adjective EARLY
  • The adjective POOR
  • The word “GRAU”
  • The verb “TO LEARN”
  • The verb TO SETTLE
  • The word WEAR
  • The word STAND (Part II)
  • The word STAND (Part I)
  • The word SHARE
  • The adverb TOO
  • The word GAP
  • The verb TO ASK
  • The preposition SEM (Part I)
  • The verb TO BE (Part II)
  • The verb TO BE (Part I)
  • The word MUCH (Part II)
  • The word MUCH (Part I)
  • The word SPELL
  • The word QUIT
  • The word GROUND
  • The word TRIP
  • The word LESS
  • The word NUMBER
  • The word RIDE
  • The word STICK (Part II)
  • The word STICK (Part I)
  • The word LIE
  • The word HARD (Part II)
  • The word HARD (Part I)
  • The WORD “STRIKE”
  • The word THERE
  • The word BEHIND
  • The verb TO HURT
  • The word DRAW (Part I)
  • The word AWAY (Part II)
  • The word AWAY (Part I)
  • The word LEAVE
  • The word SUBJECT
  • The verb TO THINK
  • The word BEAR
  • The word CHARGE
  • The word CRY
  • The word THROUGH
  • The word SHED
  • The word CATCH (Part II)
  • The word CATCH (Part I)
  • The verb TO DO(Part II)
  • The verb TO DO (Part I)
  • The word WATER
  • The word CARD
  • The word SUIT
  • The word ANYTHING
  • The word SIGN (Part II)
  • The word SIGN (Part I)
  • The word GUESS
  • The word END (Part II)
  • The word END (Part I)
  • The word SUCH
  • The word PEOPLE
  • The word HANDLE
  • The word MEET
  • The word ISSUE
  • The word MATCH
  • The word IF
  • The word PAY
  • The word REAL
  • The word FOOT
  • The word FORWARD
  • The word SUPPORT
  • The word PICK (Part II)
  • The word PICK (Part I)
  • The word SMOOTH
  • The verb TO HAPPEN (Part I)
  • The preposition AROUND (Part II)
  • The preposition AROUND (Part I)
  • The word CARRY
  • The verb TO WRITE
  • The word PIECE
  • The word TOP
  • The word EVEN
  • The preposition AT (Part II)
  • The preposition AT (Part I)
  • The word CLOSE
  • The word COST
  • The verb “JOGAR”
  • The word FEEL
  • The word CHANGE
  • The preposition WITH (Part II)
  • The preposition WITH (Part I)
  • The word DRY
  • The word RETURN
  • The preposition UP (Part II)
  • The preposition UP
  • The word NEXT
  • The word FACE
  • The word THROW
  • The word SO
  • The word DROP (Part II)
  • The word DROP (Part I)
  • The word DOWN (Part II)
  • The word DOWN (Part I)
  • The word RIGHT (Part II)
  • The word RIGHT (Part I)
  • The verb TO EAT
  • The word SOME
  • The word WORD (Part II)
  • The word WORD (Part I)
  • The preposition ON (Part II)
  • The preposition ON (Part I)
  • The preposition IN (Part II)
  • The preposition IN (Part I)
  • The word WORK (Part II)
  • The word WORK into Portuguese (Part I)
  • The word FIT
  • The verb TO SEND
  • The word ROUND
  • The word SHORT
  • The word HANG
  • The word HAND (Part II)
  • The word HAND (Part I)
  • The word SWITCH
  • The word LOOK (Part II)
  • The word LOOK (Part I)
  • The verb TO GROW
  • The word THEN
  • The word FALL
  • The word EYE (Part II)
  • The word EYE (Part I)
  • The word CALL (Part II)
  • The word CALL
  • Words starting with SELF
  • The word RING
  • The verb TO FILL
  • The verb TO JOIN
  • The word SECOND
  • Some expressions in English that are based on colors
  • The verb TO ENJOY
  • The word CUT (Part II)
  • The word CUT (Part I)
  • The word WHITE
  • The word FIRST
  • The verb TO GIVE (Part II)
  • The word TALK
  • The verb TO GIVE (Part I)
  • The verb TO SEE (Part II)
  • The verb TO SEE (Part I)
  • The word GREAT
  • The word MATTER
  • The word HOW
  • The word SOFT
  • The word CARE
  • The word SOON
  • The word STAY
  • The verb TO PUT (Part II)
  • The verb TO PUT (Part I)
  • The word OFF (Part II)
  • The word OFF (Part I)
  • The word NO
  • The word OUT (Part II)
  • The word OUT (Part I)
  • The word SOUND
  • The word FOR
  • The word HEAD
  • The preposition BETWEEN
  • The word MORE
  • The word KEY
  • The word NOW
  • The word OTHER
  • The verb TO TURN
  • The word BALL
  • The word AGAIN
  • The word MISS
  • The word BOARD
  • The word HOT
  • The verb TO LET
  • The word MEAN
  • The word HOLD
  • The word LONG
  • The word SET
  • The word HALF
  • The word MOUTH
  • The verb TO GO
  • The word FRONT
  • The preposition FROM
  • The word TOGETHER
  • The word RUN
  • The word MIND
  • The word BUSINESS
  • The word DAY
  • The word CHECK
  • The word BACK
  • The word PACK
  • The word CLEAR
  • The word LOOSE
  • The word MOVE
  • The verb TO ASK
  • The word SHOW
  • The preposition AFTER
  • The word TASTE
  • The word GOOD
  • The word AS
  • The word JUST
  • The word ABOUT
  • The word HIGH
  • The word OVER
  • The word POINT
  • Adjectives ending in -ED and -ING
  • Sentences with the preposition “by”
  • Sentences with the verb TO MAKE
  • The verb TO PULL
  • The word WAY
  • The verb TO KEEP
  • “No matter what happens”
  • The word STEP
  • The verb to BREAK
  • The verb to GET
  • The causative sentences
  • Expressions with the word “BEST” and “IF CLAUSES”
  • The verb TO TAKE
  • The verb TO PLAY
  • Different uses of...

  • The word BEFORE (Part II)
  • The word BEFORE (Part I)
  • The word WAY (Part II)
  • The word “MANY”
  • The word STEADY
  • The word WATCH (Part I)
  • The preposition “SEM” (Part II)
  • The word “PENA”
  • The word “PRÓXIMO”
  • The verb “ACERTAR”
  • The verb “ENGANAR”
  • The word “DRAW” (Part II)
  • The verb “DERRUBAR”
  • The word “CERTO”
  • The adjective “GRANDE”
  • The verb “CUMPRIR”
  • The word “PARECER”
  • The verb “EVITAR”
  • The verb “CABER” (in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods)
  • The word “HORA”
  • The verb “TRATAR”
  • The word “PASSO”
  • The verb “TOCAR”
  • The verb IR
  • The word ORDER
  • The verb “VIRAR”
  • The word “DEVER”
  • The word "CABEÇA"
  • The verb “LEVAR”
  • The word “HORA”
  • The verb “MANDAR”
  • The word “CONTA”
  • The verb “TIRAR”
  • The verb “LEVANTAR”
  • The word “ATÉ”
  • The word “MENOS”
  • The word “BEM”
  • The word “PONTO”
  • The word “POIS”
  • The word “CASA”
  • The word “QUADRO”
  • The word “PENA”
  • The verb “LIGAR”
  • The word “CIMA”
  • The word “RECEITA”
  • The word “PARA”
  • The verb “PERDER”
  • The verb “GANHAR”
  • The verb “APROVEITAR”
  • The verb “GUARDAR”
  • The verb “FECHAR”
  • The verb “MEXER”
  • The verb “ATENDER”
  • The verb “TROCAR”
  • The word “ASSIM”
  • The word “NADA”
  • The word “OLHO”
  • The verb "TIRAR"
  • The word “COISA”
  • The verb "VOLTAR"
  • The word “ANDAR”
  • The word “CARA”
  • The word “VEZ”
  • The verb "DEIXAR"
  • The verb “AGUENTAR”
  • The verb “TOMAR”
  • The word "FORA"
  • The verb "TORCER"
  • The verb "PEGAR"
  • The verb "PASSAR"
  • The verb "FALTAR"
  • The word “COMO”
  • The word “COMO”
  • The verbs in the Subjunctive
  • The verb "EMPRESTAR" (to borrow/to lend)
  • The word “SE”
  • The word “JÁ”
  • The word “DEMAIS”
  • The verb "PEGAR"
  • The word “MESMO”
  • The verb "CHEGAR"
  • The word “MUITO”
  • The word “JEITO”
  • The verbs "SABER" and "CONHECER"
  • The verb "PERDER" (to lose) and "PERDER-SE" (to get lost)
  • The verbs "HAVER" and "TER" meaning “there is/there are”
  • The verb "FICAR"
  • The verb "PODER" (can)
  • Grammar point...

  • The verb “OUVIR” in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • Learn the different verb tenses in Portuguese used with the word “QUANDO”
  • How to conjugate the verbs “PEDIR” and “MEDIR”
  • Learn some nouns formed with the suffix “DADE”
  • The verb “VALER” in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • Learn some phrasal verbs with the verb TO MAKE
  • The verb "VOLTAR" in the Present, Present Continuous, Past and Future Indicative
  • Learn the usage of the Simple Perfect
  • How to express opinions
  • Words that have an irregular diminutive in Portuguese
  • How to conjugate the verb “GASTAR” in the Present, Present Continuous, Past and Future Indicative
  • Verbs in Portuguese starting with the letters “b” and “c” followed by prepositions
  • Adjectives of relation
  • The verb QUERER in the Indicative mood
  • Proverbs in Portuguese and their equivalent in English
  • The equivalent in Portuguese of some expressions in English
  • The plural of the words ending in “l”
  • Verbs in Portuguese starting with the letter “a” followed by prepositions
  • The -AR regular verbs in the Indicative Mood
  • The diminutive forms of the words
  • Adjectives in the superlative form
  • Superlative form of adjectives
  • Nouns derived from verbs
  • Learn some irregular verbs of the third conjugation
  • Learn some abundant verbs
  • Learn the third conjugation regular verbs
  • Learn the verbs ending in -IAR
  • Learn the second conjugation regular verbs starting with the letters from “m” to “v”
  • Learn the relative pronouns “cujo” and “onde”
  • Learn the second conjugation regular verbs starting with the letters “f” and “g”
  • Learn the verbs ending in -EAR
  • Learn the second conjugation verbs starting with the letters “d” and “e”
  • Learn the relative pronouns “que”, “quem” and “o qual”
  • Learn the second conjugation verbs starting with the letters “a”, “b” and “c”
  • Verbs derived from the verb "FAZER" in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • Verbs of the first conjugation starting with the letters “u” and “v”
  • Verbs derived from the verb "VIR" in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • Object pronouns
  • How to express the Present Perfect Continuous in Portuguese with the verb "ANDAR"
  • Regular verbs of action in the Present and in the Past
  • Verbs derived from "PÔR" in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • Verbs "PODER" and "CONSEGUIR" compared
  • Verbs of the first conjugation starting with the letter “t”
  • Verbs derived from the verb "VER" in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • Verbs of the first conjugation starting with the letter “s”
  • Some expressions to describe a person
  • The verb TO FEEL in the Present, Past and Future Indicative
  • Some multi-meaning words
  • Verbs of the first conjugation starting with the letters “q” and “r”
  • Verbs derived from the verb "TER" in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • Colloquial expressions
  • Indirect speech
  • Verbs of the first conjugation starting with the letter “p”
  • The verb "PÔR" in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • Interjections
  • FIrst conjugation verbs starting with the letter “o”
  • Some similar expressions
  • First conjugation verbs starting with the letter “n”
  • The verb "VIR" in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • First conjugation verbs starting with the letter “m”
  • Revise the verbs "CRER" (to believe), "DAR" (to give), "LER" (to read) and "VER" (to see) in the tenses where there are some changes in their accents
  • First conjugation verbs starting with the letters “j” and “l”
  • The verb "DAR" in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • The verb 'ESTAR" in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • Verbs in the Personal Infinitive Perfect
  • The verb "VER" in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • Verbs of the first conjugation starting with the letter “i”
  • The metaphonic plural of some words
  • The verb "SER" in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • The prepositions “POR” e “PARA” compared
  • Verbs of the first conjugation starting with the letter “g”
  • The verb "QUERER" in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • Verbs of the first conjugation starting with the letter “f”
  • The verb "PODER" in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • Stem-changing verbs
  • The verb "TRAZER" in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • Verbs of the first conjugation starting with the letter “e”
  • Verbs in the Future Perfect Subjunctive
  • The verb “DIZER” in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • Verbs of the first conjugation starting with the letter “d”
  • Present Perfect Subjunctive
  • First conjugation verbs starting with the letter “c”
  • The verb "FAZER" in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • Expressions with the verb DAR
  • The verb "SABER" in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • The verb "IR" in the Present, Past and Future tenses
  • Verbs in the Conditional Perfect
  • Prepositions “A” and “PARA” compared
  • The verb "TER" in the Indicative, Imperative and Subjunctive moods
  • Prepositions
  • Homograph words
  • Regular verbs of the first conjugation
  • Passive voice
  • Verbs in the Future Perfect
  • The plural of nouns and adjectives
  • The verb "DORMIR" (to sleep) in the Present, Past and Future Tenses
  • Learn the Pretérito Perfeito and the Pretérito Perfeito Composto do Indicativo compared
  • Learn some regular verbs of the first conjugation
  • Learn the Personal Infinitive of the verbs in Portuguese
  • Intensifiers
  • Have some practice with the personal pronoun “LHE”
  • Practice short answers with the verbs VER, PODER and FAZER
  • Learn some collective nouns and the Past Participle of abundant verbs
  • Practice the plural of the words ending in –ão, and the Future Subjunctive
  • Learn some adjectives coming from verbs
  • Learn the verbs in the Imperfect Subjunctive
  • Practice the verb "FAZER" in the Present, Past and Future tenses
  • The use of the Present Subjunctive after certain conjunctions
  • Verbs "VIR" (to come) and "VER" (to see) in the Present, Past, and Future Tenses
  • Past Continuous Tense
  • Verb "FUGIR" (to escape, to flee) in the Present, Past and Future Tenses
  • How to use superlatives and pronominal verbs
  • The use of the Present Subjunctive to express wishes and hopes
  • The use of the Present Subjunctive to express doubt
  • Practice with irregular superiority comparatives and superlatives
  • Informal Imperative
  • Verb "PÔR" (to put) in the Present, Past and Future Tenses
  • The use of the verb "HAVER" to express time
  • The use of the verbs "SER", "ESTAR" and "FICAR", all meaning TO BE in English
  • Verbs in the passive voice
  • Verb "LER" (to read) in the Present, Past and Future Tenses
  • Present Perfect Continuous
  • Interjections
  • Verbs "CAIR" (to fall) and "SAIR" (to leave, to go out) in the Present, Past and Future Tenses
  • Contractions of prepositions and demonstrative pronouns
  • The most common gentilic suffixes
  • Prepositional pronouns with the preposition WITH
  • Expressions with the verb "DAR" in the Present, Past and Future Tenses
  • The verb "OUVIR" (to hear, to listen)
  • Verb "DIZER" in the Present, Past and Future tenses
  • Irregular Past Participles
  • Irregular and regular forms of the Conditional
  • The feminine of words ending in –ão
  • Verbs in the Past Perfect
  • Regular Conditional of the verbs
  • Prepositional pronouns
  • The differences in usage between the Perfect (Simple Past) and the Imperfect tenses
  • Verb "TRAZER" (to bring) in the Present, Past and Future tenses
  • Adverbs of frequency
  • Irregular Future
  • Irregular forms of some verbs in the Imperfect
  • Indefinite pronouns “TUDO” and “TODO”
  • Verbs TO BE and TO GO in the Past Tense
  • The use of the diminutive
  • Object pronouns
  • The Imperfect of verbs ending in ER and IR
  • The preposition “DE”
  • Regular and irregular verbs in the Imperative
  • Three forms of the verbs in the Future
  • The verb "VIR" (to come) in the Present and Past Tenses
  • The plural of words ending in –al, -el, -il, -ol and –ul
  • The Imperfect of verbs with AR endings
  • The indefinite pronoun SOME and its derivatives
  • Verb "VER" (to see) in the Present and Past Tenses and the Imperfect of verb "SER" (to be)
  • The Imperative of the verbs ending in ER and IR
  • The verb "QUERER" (to want) in the Present and Past Tenses
  • The verb "PODER" (to be able to) in the Present and in the Past, and the plural of words ending in “m”
  • Expressions with the verb "FAZER" (to do, to make) and the plural of words with –ão endings
  • The verb "FAZER" (to do, to make) in the Present and Past Tenses
  • The verb "DAR" (to give) in the Present and Past Tenses
  • The synthetic superlative
  • The verb "SABER" (to know) in the Present and in the Past Tenses
  • Verbs with an AR ending in the Imperative
  • Present and Past Tenses of the verbs with -gar and –car endings
  • The verb "DIRIGIR" (to drive) in the present and past, and the plural of some nouns and adjectives
  • The verb "PREFERIR" (to prefer) in the Present and Past Tenses
  • The verb "TER" (to have) in the past and irregular superiority comparatives and the superlatives
  • The past tense of the regular verbs with -ir endings
  • Some adjectives and their opposites and the past of regular verbs with ER endings
  • Learn the interrogative pronouns and the verb "IR" (to go) in the past
  • Verbs ending in AR in the past
  • The verb "ABRIR" (to open) and some other regular verbs of the third conjugation
  • Prepositions and adverbs of place
  • Contractions of the preposition “em” with definite articles and the verb "TER" (to have)
  • Verbs in the Present Continuous
  • The verb "QUERER" in the present
  • The verb "ESTAR" in the Present
  • Verb IR (to go)
  • Reflexive Verbs
  • Possessive Pronouns
  • Personal Pronouns
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  • A bar
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  • Household chores
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  • 575 – The Morning After Pill
  • 574 – A Trip Through Asia
  • 573 – Tourism in Pernambuco
  • 572 – The Effects of Technology
  • 571 – Scented Souls
  • 570 – Emotional Intelligence
  • 569 – Brasileiros famosos – Maria Gadú
  • 568 – Ilha Grande
  • 567 – Before the Flood
  • 566 – Tablets at School
  • 565 – Tourism in Ceará
  • 564 – The Little Prince
  • 563 – A Song – Outra Vez
  • 562 – Trips with my Students
  • 561 – Famous Brazilians – Fernando Sabino
  • 560 – Another Question 2
  • 559 – Cognitive Computing
  • 558 – Recent Changes in Brazil
  • 557 – Tourism in Mato Grosso do Sul
  • 556 – At the Museum
  • 555 – A Song – Tomara
  • 554 – 2016 Olympic Games Results
  • 553 – Famous Brazilian Olympic Athletes
  • 552 – I Have Some More Questions
  • 551 – 2016 Olympic Games
  • 550 – The Girl from Ipanema Bar
  • 549 – Tourism in Espírito Santo
  • 548 – Returning a Shirt
  • 547 – Delicious Juices
  • 546 – Winter in Brazil
  • 545 – Famous Brazilians – Martinho da Vila
  • 544 – An Incident at the Zoo
  • 543 – A Song – Melodia Sentimental
  • 542 – Are you Tidy?
  • 541 – Tourism in Santa Catarina
  • 540 – My Parents’ Separation
  • 539 – What Time Will She be Back?
  • 538 – Working Out and Swimming
  • 537 – Famous Brazilians – Ronaldo Bôscoli
  • 536 – I Lost My Backpack
  • 535 – A Song – Eu Não Existo Sem Você
  • 534 – Renewable Sources of Energy
  • 533 – Tourism in Rio Grande do Sul
  • 532 – A Delicious Chocolate
  • 531 – Paper Books or eBooks?
  • 530 – A Lovely Small Farm
  • 529 – Brasileiros famosos – Ronaldinho Gaúcho
  • 528 – Going Steady
  • 527 – A Song – Marcha da Quarta-feira de Cinzas
  • 526 – A Wedding
  • 525 – Tourism in Paraná
  • 524 – Outer Space
  • 523 – 2015 Scientific Discoveries
  • 522 – The Museum of Tomorrow
  • 521 – Famous Brazilians – Antônio Fagundes
  • 520 – A Scary Experience
  • 519 – A Song – Azul da cor do mar
  • 518 – John of God
  • 517 – Tourism in Bahia
  • 516 – The Slums in Rio
  • 515 – Magnesium
  • 514 – A Fast-Paced Life
  • 513 – Famous Brazilians – Sônia Braga
  • 512 – The Tijuca Forest
  • 511 – A Song – O Cantador
  • 510 – New or Used?
  • 509 – Tourism in Minas Gerais
  • 508 – Heads or Tails
  • 507 – Questions That Lead to Love
  • 506 – Vacation in Nature
  • 505 – Famous Brazilians – Sebastião Salgado
  • 504 – A Great Musical!
  • 503 – A Song – Cotidiano
  • 502 – Test-Tube Baby
  • 501 – Tourism in the State of Rio de Janeiro
  • 500 – Congratulations!
  • 499 – Brazil in the 2015 Pan-American Games
  • 498 – Travel Light
  • 497 – Famous Brazilians – Marisa Monte
  • 496 – The Moon
  • 495 – A Song – Fim de Caso
  • 494 – Retirement
  • 493 – Tourism in Goiás
  • 492 – Prescription Glasses
  • 491 – Coconut Oil
  • 490 – What Should I Wear?
  • 489 – Famous Brazilians – Paulo Freire
  • 488 – Listening
  • 487 – A Song – Under the Sun
  • 486 – Human Cloning
  • 485 – Solstice Archaeological Park
  • 484 – President Dilma’s Second Term
  • 483 – A Song – Manhã de Carnaval
  • 482 – Tour at Rocinha
  • 481 – Famous Brazilians – Jorge Paulo Lemann
  • 480 – Being Relocated
  • 479 – Rio – 450 Years Old
  • 478 – Measles
  • 477 – Ubatuba
  • 476 – Old Age Benefits in Brazil
  • 475 – No Water During Carnival
  • 474 – A Casa do Rio Vermelho
  • 473 – Famous Brazilians – Érico Veríssimo
  • 472 – How Did Your Trip Go?
  • 471 – Mediterranean Diet
  • 470 – A Good Movie
  • 469 – Aracaju
  • 468 – A Bike Ride
  • 467 – Christmas in Brazil
  • 466 – I Have Some Questions
  • 465 – Famous Brazilians – Cora Coralina
  • 464 – I Never Lie
  • 463 – A Song – Apesar de Você
  • 462 – You’re So Skinny
  • 461 – Famous Brazilians – Paulinho da Viola
  • 460 – Dilma Rousseff’s Re-election
  • 459 – Interviewing Andrea Auerbach Vieira
  • 458 – Did You Hurt Yourself?
  • 457 – Elections in Brazil
  • 456 – iPhone 6
  • 455 – A Song – Insensatez
  • 454 – Sunset at Arpoador
  • 453 – Morro de São Paulo
  • 452 – Avocado
  • 451 – A Song – Chega de Saudade
  • 450 – Those Who Live Will See
  • 449 – Famous Brazilians – Walter Salles
  • 448 – Ordering Office Supplies
  • 447 – Technology in Education
  • 446 – Angelina Jordan
  • 445 – Was it Worth it?
  • 444 – Travelling Alone
  • 443 – A Song – Asa Branca
  • 442 – The World Cup
  • 441 – Maceió
  • 440 – Brazil x Croatia
  • 439 – The Water Crisis
  • 438 – Playing Cards
  • 437 – Famous Brazilians – Ivete Sangalo
  • 436 – I Didn’t Feel Anything
  • 435 – A Song – Águas de Março
  • 434 – A Táxi or a Rental
  • 433 – Goiânia
  • 432 – Is Everything All Right?
  • 431 – Web’s 25th Anniversary
  • 430 – Caffeine
  • 429 – Bernardo Guimarães
  • 428 – Usage of the Word “Gente”
  • 427 – 2014 Oscar
  • 426 – WhatsApp
  • 425 – Búzios
  • 424 – Fundraising
  • 423 – A Song – Se Acaso Você Chegasse
  • 422 – Casa-grande e Senzala
  • 421 – Brasileiros Famosos – Elza Soares
  • 420 – Who do you Look Like?
  • 419 – A Song – Que nem Jiló
  • 418 – Soccer Quiz
  • 417 – Cuiabá
  • Feliz 2014!!!
  • 416 – Get Real!
  • 415 – Nelson Mandela
  • 414 – Are you Punctual?
  • 413 – Famous Brazilians – Joaquim Barbosa
  • 412 – Work Relationships
  • 411 – Aliens in Brazil
  • 410 – A Special Makeup
  • Portuguese for the World Cup
  • 409 – Porto Alegre
  • 408 – Exchanging Ideas
  • 407 – A Song – Influência do Jazz
  • 406 – Brigadeiro
  • 405 – Famous Brazilians – Gonzaguinha
  • 404 – From Father to Son
  • 403 – Apple’s New Products
  • 402 – Longevity
  • 401 – Natal
  • 400 – At the Clothes Store
  • 399 – The Powerful Vitamin D
  • 398 – At the Dentist’s
  • 397 – Famous Brazilians – Neymar
  • 396 – Air Conditioning
  • 395 – Pope Francis in Brazil
  • 394 – Alumni Meeting
  • 393 – Caldas Novas
  • 392 – The Intouchables
  • 391 – Protests in Brazil
  • 390 – Accepting Changes
  • 389 – Famous Brazilians – Michel Teló
  • 388 – Rio’s Slums
  • 387 – The Story of Feelings
  • 386 – My Professional Dream
  • 385 – Ilha de Marajó
  • 384 – Being Sued
  • 383 – A Song – Modinha
  • 382 – Cleaning the House
  • 381 – Famous Brazilians – Diogo Nogueira
  • 380 – A Positive Person
  • 379 – Chocolate
  • 378 – Scheduling a Business Appointment
  • 377 – Santos
  • 376 – Praia do Forte
  • 375 – Is Facebook Dying?
  • 374 – The 2013 Oscars
  • 373 – Famous Brazilians – Xuxa
  • 372 – Arriving for a Meeting
  • 371 – A Song – Gente Humilde
  • 370 – Ângela Maria
  • 369 – Guarapari
  • 368 – Travel and the Internet
  • 367 – Interviewing Sergio Amoroso
  • 366 – Escaping Winter
  • 365 – Brasileiros Famosos – Luiz Gonzaga
  • 364 – Stock of the End of the Year
  • 363 – Oscar Niemeyer Dies
  • 362 – December 21st, 2012
  • 361 – Passa Quatro
  • 360 – Checking out of the Hotel
  • 359 – What Now, José?
  • 358 – Family Reunion
  • 357 – Famous Brazilians – Carlos Drummond de Andrade
  • 356 – A Corporate Takeover
  • 355 – Interviewing Neil Barnes
  • 354 – Would you like to go out with me?
  • 353 – Campos do Jordão
  • 352 – My Trip to Barcelona
  • 351 – 1822
  • 350 – The Bill, Please!
  • 349 – Famous Brazilians – Maria Bethânia
  • 348 – Internet Dating
  • 347 – Brazil and the Olympic Games
  • 346 – At the Eye Doctor’s
  • 345 – Jericoacoara
  • 344 – Teamwork
  • 343 – Rio+20
  • 342 – Entrance Visa for Brazil
  • 341 – Famous Brazilians – Tim Maia
  • 340 – Investing Your Money
  • 339 – Spiritual Intelligence
  • 338 – Buying a New Suit
  • 337 – Itacaré
  • 336 – Saying Goodbye
  • 335 – Capoeira
  • 334 – At the Gas Station
  • 333 – Famous Brazilians – Eike Batista
  • 332 – My Favorite Dessert
  • 331 – Investing in Learning Portuguese
  • 330 – A New Era
  • 329 – Chapada dos Veadeiros
  • 328 – Making a Restaurant Reservation
  • 327 – A Song – Primavera
  • 326 – A Special Dinner
  • 325 – Famous Brazilians – Carlos Lyra
  • 324 – Using the Internet
  • 323 – Interviewing Kurt Stoeterau
  • 322 – How Do I Get There?
  • 321 – The State of São Paulo
  • 320 – On the Plane
  • 319 – A Song – Brigas Nunca Mais
  • 318 – Multicultural Brazil
  • 317 – Famous Brazilians – Mário Quintana
  • 316 – A Physical Check-Up
  • 315 – 2011 Main Events
  • 314 – Preparations for a Trip
  • 313 – Teresópolis
  • 312 – I’m so Sleepy
  • 311 – Jiu-Jitsu
  • 310 – Can I Have a Discount?
  • 309 – Famous Brazilians – Ronaldo
  • 308 – Gosh! What a Week!
  • 307 – A Song – Por Causa de Você
  • 306 – What a Pretty Little Dog!
  • 305 – Belém
  • 304 – Meeting a Client at the Airport
  • 303 – Steve Jobs
  • 302 – Love and Infatuation
  • 301 – Famous Brazilians – Dolores Duran
  • 300 – I Can’t Complain
  • 299 – Tips to Make Your Dreams Come True
  • 298 – My New Home Movie Theater
  • 297 – Vitória
  • 296 – What Were You Doing?
  • 295 – The Brazilian National Anthem
  • 294 – Coping with Stress
  • 293 – Famous Brazilians – Gal Costa
  • 292 – Booking a Taxi
  • 291 – An Interview with Totonho
  • 290 – Adventures in Europe
  • 289 – Tiradentes
  • 288 – Expanding a Business
  • 287 – The Pink Dolphin
  • 286 – Late for Work
  • 285 – Famous Brazilians – Roberto Burle Marx
  • 284 – Grammar Exercise
  • 283 – A Song – Sei Lá… A Vida Tem Sempre Razão
  • 282 – Online Dictionaries
  • 281 – Petrópolis
  • 280 – House of Sand
  • 279 – Rio, the Movie
  • 278 – At the Dry Cleaner’s
  • 277 – Famous Brazilians – Gisele Bündchen
  • 276 – A Trip to Brazil
  • 275 – A Royal Wedding
  • 274 – An Overdue Bill
  • 273 – Curitiba
  • 272 – Helping with the Move
  • 271 – Shrimp in Manioc Cream
  • 270 – Problems with a Client
  • 269 – Famous Brazilians – Caetano Veloso
  • 268 – Rising Prices
  • 267 – Mature Women
  • 266 – I Lost my Cell Phone
  • 265 – Paraty
  • 264 – The Lottery
  • 263 – 2010 Main Events
  • 262 – I’m a Businessman
  • 261 – Eight Years of Lula
  • 260 – What a Beautiful Day!
  • 259 – Interviewing Emerson
  • 258 – Too Much Work
  • 257 – Public Security in Rio
  • 256 – A Phone Order
  • 255 – Kids Say Funny Things
  • 254 – Formula 1 Races
  • 253 – The New President of Brazil
  • 252 – At the Spa
  • 251 – Saci Pererê
  • 250 – Resigning
  • 249 – Manaus
  • 248 – Elections in Brazil
  • 247 – Change
  • 246 – Accommodation for Carnival
  • 245 – Famous Brazilians – Lya Luft
  • 244 – An Expensive T-shirt
  • 243 – The Electric Car
  • 242 – Contemporary Art Museum
  • 241 – Serra Gaúcha
  • 240 – Starting a Franchise
  • 239 – Google TV
  • 238 – A Dinner Party
  • 237 – Famous Brazilians – Machado de Assis
  • 236 – Buying an Apartament
  • 235 – Brazil by Bicycle
  • 234 – St. John’s Party
  • 233 – Brasília
  • 232 – 2010 FIFA World Cup
  • 231 – Botequim
  • 230 – An Emergency
  • 229 – Famous Brazilians – Elis Regina
  • 228 – A Compulsive Buyer
  • 227 – Interviewing João Costa
  • 226 – Animal Game
  • 225 – Fernando de Noronha
  • 224 – A Car Financing Loan
  • 223 – The Hug
  • 222 – Getting a Boyfriend
  • 221 – Famous Brazilians – João Gilberto
  • 220 – Happy Hour
  • 219 – The Hurt Locker
  • 218 – Let’s Go to the Circus
  • 217 – Ouro Preto
  • 216 – Did you Attend the Soccer Game?
  • 215 – The Brazilian Carnival
  • Video 12 – Tips on how to use the Internet to learn Portuguese
  • 214 – Do you Have a Pet?
  • 213 – Famous Brazilians – Chico Buarque de Hollanda
  • 212 – Ordering a Pizza
  • 211 – The MST
  • 210 – Buying a Concert Ticket
  • 209 – Belo Horizonte
  • 208 – At the Car Dealer’s
  • Video 11 – 10 Tips for Your Trip to Brazil
  • 207 – Brazil Takes Off
  • 206 – Darling! I’m Home!
  • 205 – Recife e Olinda
  • 204 – Everything Passes Away
  • Video 10 – Brazilian Body Language
  • 203 – Maya Angelou
  • 202 – A Long Weekend
  • 201 – Famous Brazilians – Vinícius de Moraes
  • 200 – Leaving for a Vacation
  • 199 – 2016 Olympics
  • Video 9 – The City
  • 198 – A Traffic Jam
  • 197 – Lençóis Maranhenses
  • 196 – My Daily Routine
  • 195 – Pre-sal
  • Video 8 – Land Animals and Birds
  • 194 – An Efficient Secretary
  • 193 – Famous Brazilians – Heitor Villa-Lobos
  • 192 – Foreign Languages
  • 191 – Cloud Computing
  • 190 – Moving House
  • Video 7 – Shapes, Numbers and Colors
  • 189 – Chapada Diamantina
  • 188 – Household Chores
  • 187 – Online Social Networks
  • 186 – Finding a New Love
  • Video 6 – Asking for Directions
  • 185 – Famous Brazilians – Portinari
  • 184 – Salary Renegotiation
  • 183 – Michael Jackson
  • 182 – What Have You Been Doing?
  • Video 5 – Exercising in the Park
  • 181 – A Trip Through the Amazon
  • 180 – How Are You Feeling Today?
  • 179 – Living Well With Little
  • 178 – Shall We Have a Juice?
  • 177 – Junine Festivities
  • Video 4 – At the Digital Age
  • 176 – How to Bake Cookies
  • 175 – Interviewing Suzana Pauli
  • 174 – A New Job
  • 173 – Famous Brazilians – Jorge Amado
  • Video 3 – Meeting Friends
  • 172 – At the Snack Bar
  • 171 – Q and A
  • 170 – At the Bus Stop
  • 169 – The Pantanal
  • Video 2 – Going to Bed and Getting up
  • 168 – Genealogy
  • 167 – Solar Energy
  • 166 – We Saw a Great Play!
  • 165 – Famous Brazilians – Oscar Niemeyer
  • 164 – Late for Dinner
  • Video 1 – Having Breakfast
  • 163 – Internet Effects
  • 162 – Crazy Weather
  • 161 – Carnival in Salvador
  • 160 – Carnival in Brazil
  • 159 – A Song – Eu e a Brisa
  • 158 – A Work Meeting
  • 157 – Iguaçu Falls
  • 156 – Astronomy
  • 155 – Eat, Pray, Love
  • 154 – Can I Borrow Your Calculator?
  • 153 – Brazilian Portuguese New Spelling
  • 152 – What Newspaper Do You Read?
  • 151 – Main Events of 2008
  • 150 – My New Bike
  • 149 – Christmas in Brazil
  • 148 – Do You Shave Every Day?
  • 147 – Happiness
  • 146 – Dreams
  • 145 – Famous Brazilians – Paulo Coelho
  • 144 – Buying a Used Car
  • 143 – A Story – Little Red Riding Hood
  • 142 – A Job Interview
  • 141 – Fortaleza
  • 140 – A New Gym
  • 139 – A Song – A Banda
  • 138 – Christmas Shopping
  • 137 – A Brazilian Movie – City of God
  • 136 – A Mid-Life Crisis
  • 135 – The Present
  • 134 – Thanksgiving
  • 133 – Florianópolis
  • 132 – Buying a Plane Ticket
  • 131 – Halloween
  • 130 – I’m Attending a Shoe Trade Show
  • 129 – Famous Brazilians – Ayrton Senna
  • 128 – At the Beauty Salon
  • 127 – A Song – Desafinado
  • 126 – At the Doctor’s
  • 125 – The Bahian Cuisine
  • 124 – Shall We Go Camping?
  • 123 – The Olympic Games
  • 122 – Different Personalities
  • 121 – Famous Brazilians – Tom Jobim
  • 120 – Booking a Doctor’s Appointment
  • 119 – A Song – Tarde em Itapoã
  • 118 – My New Kitchen
  • 117 – The Independence of Brazil
  • 116 – I Need to Buy a Swimsuit
  • 115 – An Answered Prayer
  • 114 – Fish and Seafood
  • 113 – Salvador
  • 112 – Father’s Day
  • 111 – The Story of a Butterfly
  • 110 – My First Computer
  • 109 – Famous Brazilians – Pelé
  • 108 – At the Bank
  • 107 – A Song – Naquela Mesa
  • 106 – Bargaining
  • 105 – São Paulo
  • 104 – What Do You Intend to Do?
  • 103 – I’ll Have my Car Washed
  • 102 – Rio de Janeiro
  • 101 – I Slept Like a Log
  • 100 – A Song – Se Eu Quiser Falar com Deus
  • 99 – Maria Rita’s Concert
  • 98 – What Do Foreigners Think of Brazil?
  • 97 – I’ve Bought an Apartment
  • 96 – A Song – Como é Grande o Meu Amor por Você
  • 95 – At the Zoo
  • 94 – The Arrival of the Royal Family in Brazil
  • 93 – At the Post Office
  • 92 – Interviewing Zenaide Morette
  • 91 – Allergies
  • 90 – A Story – The Beggar and the King
  • 89 – Love Is What Matters
  • 88 – A Song – Dindi
  • 87 – I’m Running Late
  • 86 – A Story – Snow White
  • 85 – A Picnic in the Park
  • 84 – I’m Taking a Trip
  • 83 – A Day Off
  • 82 – Mother’s Day
  • 81 – A Song – Conversa de Botequim
  • 80 – Extreme Sports
  • 79 – Spring
  • 78 – A Song – Gostava Tanto de Você
  • 77 – Oprah’s Book Club
  • 76 – Interviewing Frederico Gomes
  • 75 – At the Library
  • 74 – Maybe I’ll Stay Home
  • 73 – Do You Prefer Brazil or Canada?
  • 72 – Pero Vaz de Caminha’s Letter
  • 71 – A Song – O Pato
  • 70 – What Do We Have for Dinner?
  • 69 – A Song – Como uma Onda
  • 68 – My Family
  • 67 – The Discovery of Brazil
  • 66 – My Town
  • 65 – Easter
  • 64 – At the Beach
  • 63 – A Song – Estrada do Sol
  • 62 – A Talk Show
  • 61 – Interviewing Eliane Bueno
  • 60 – Shall We Go to the Movies?
  • 59 – Valentine’s Day
  • 58 – A Song – Lobo Bobo
  • 57 – Striking Up a Conversation
  • 56 – Cinderella (Part II)
  • 55 – What would you do?
  • 54 – The Samba School Parade
  • 53 – Cinderella (Part I)
  • 52 – At the Currency Exchange
  • 51 – Going to the Supermarket
  • 50 – New Year’s Eve in Copacabana
  • 49 – A Song – O Barquinho
  • 48 – Benefits of the Internet
  • 47 – A Trip Around Brazil
  • 46 – New Year’s Resolutions
  • 45 – Interviewing Rita Nunes
  • 44 – Christmas
  • 43 – The Pan American Games
  • 42 – A Song – Marambaia
  • 41 – Do You Know This Restaurant?
  • 40 – Member of a Club
  • 39 – The Brazilian People
  • 38 – Interviewing Tatiana Pessoa
  • 37 – My Birthday
  • 36 – A Song – Eu sei que vou te amar (I Know I’ll Love You)
  • 35 – At the Passport Control
  • 34 – Describing People
  • 33 – Vacations in Ouro Preto
  • 32 – In the Pharmacy
  • 31- A Song – Corcovado (Quiet Nights)
  • 30 – House Hunting
  • 29 – Slang
  • 28 – Interview with Selma Ribeiro do Valle
  • 27 – The Seasons
  • 26 – The Weather
  • 25 – Sports
  • 24 – An Interview
  • 23 – At the Clothing Store
  • 22 – A Brazilian Song – Só Danço Samba
  • 21 – Traveling by Bus
  • 20 – Leaving a Message
  • 19 – Renting a Car
  • 18 – At the Airport
  • 17 – The Traffic
  • 16 – What Happened?
  • 15 – A Very Good Barbecue House
  • 14 – A Jealous Son
  • 13 – Shopping for Gemstones
  • 12 – A Taxi Ride
  • 11 – I’m Lost
  • 10 – My Family
  • 9 – In the Hotel
  • 8 – Leather Shoes
  • 7 – What Time Is It?
  • 6 – At the Restaurant
  • 5 – Let’s Go to the Street Market
  • 4 – Where Are You From?
  • 3 – A Walk Along the Beach
  • 2 – Introductions
  • 1 – At a Seminar Reception Desk


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