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Saint Sandwich

What a play on words, a restaurant called “São Duíche”!  We’ve got São Paulo, São Jorge, São Caetano, we might as well add a São Duíche, the patron saint of those who love “sanduíches” or sandwiches. This is going to be a fun Portuguese language lesson!...

Topic: Food
Grammar: Diminutives

Published: June 13, 2017

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Do You Like It Dubbed Or Subtitled?

      Some people like subtitles and others hate them. But you’ve got to consider what a dubbed movies sounds like too.  Especially when watching foreign movies, it’s just nice to hear the original voices.  No matter your preference, in this lesson we learn to talk about it in Portuguese....

Grammar: Preferir

Published: April 04, 2017

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Back Injuries Are The Worst

What is more frustrating than back pain? Do you rest more or stretch more? Do you exercise more, or exercise less? Do you take medicine, or stop taking medicine. We can’t relieve the pain, but we can help you talk about it in Portuguese....

Grammar: Verbs

Published: March 07, 2017

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WhatsApp or Facebook?

Every time you turn around there is a new way to socialize with others.  When it comes to chatting with friends, do you prefer WhatsApp or Facebook?  That’s the topic we tackle in today’s lesson....

Host: Orlando
Grammar: Preferir

Published: January 17, 2017

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I'm Not Into Politics, But

No doubt, the current political scene in Brazil is going through a difficult period.  Still, we should be able to talk about it without being mean and ugly. That is how our people see it, and that is how our lesson flows today. Ah, if everyone could approach it this way!...

Published: November 01, 2016

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Faster, Higher, Stronger

The Olympic motto is “faster, higher, stronger.” For some of us, we really get into the pure Olympic spirit. For others of us, we are way too cynical to buy into that.  Where is your focus? Whatever side you fall on, here’s a change to talk about it in Portuguese....

Host: Orlando, Thays
Topic: Olympics

Published: August 09, 2016

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