Portuguese Adjectives: The Beginner’s Guide to Amazing Adjective Usage

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I’ve done it and so will you.

In fact, nearly every Portuguese learner will do this at some point in their learning journey: You’re going to get your Portuguese adjectives wrong.

You might stick an adjective in the wrong spot …

Essential Brazilian Portuguese Grammar: 8 Rules to Remember

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Fluency and grammar go hand-in-hand.

There really is no way around it: To speak correctly, you have to know the rules of the language.

If you’ve chosen to study Brazilian Portuguese, specifically, the list of rules you’ll need to learn …

A Quick and Simple Intro to Portuguese Past Tenses

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Sure, Brazilian culture has a bit of an obsession with the here and now.

But speaking Portuguese also means hearing and telling stories of things that have already occurred.

And to do that, you’ll need to employ some of the

Demystifying Present-tense Portuguese Irregular Verbs: Patterns in Irregularity

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Are you struggling with irregular verbs? No matter how hard you try, can you simply not remember all the irregular verb conjugations in Brazilian Portuguese?

Sure, it’s rough. Verb conjugations in Romance languages are a rather arduir (to go)ous …

The Guide to Spoken Brazilian Portuguese: How It Really Sounds

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As your Portuguese improves and you speak with more Brazilians, you’ll hear plenty of sounds and grammar features that are essential to communication—but don’t generally appear in books.

Portuguese as it’s spoken in Brazil and the official, written variety are …

Sounds Like…: English-Portuguese Cognates Sure to Look Familiar

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Does your Portuguese vocabulary need a quick boost? 

Then have we got some great news for you.

See, you’re currently sitting on a goldmine of information that you haven’t dug into yet.

We’re not talking about the hundreds of online

Form the Passive Voice in Brazilian Portuguese for When You Don’t Care Whodunnit

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When you are starting out with Brazilian Portuguese, it is satisfying enough to be able to make a simple, complete sentence in which someone (noun) does something (verb).

A Bruna acendeu a caixa de som. — Bruna turned …