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Brazilian Portuguese - SurvivalPhrases

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Description

SurvivalPhrases.com is an innovative and fun way of learning the Brazilian Portuguese language and culture at your own convenience and pace. Our language training system consists of free podcast audio lessons, accompanying PDF guides, and a vibrant user community. Stop by SurvivalPhrases.com today to learn more!

Customer Reviews

Wish for more

Brief, straight forward and with a bit of language background and use of each phrase. Each podcast is short enough to learn quickly. The phrases are carefully, slowly repeated in a manner for the untrained ear to understand. Good for the beginner, but would perhaps be only a weak review for the more experienced student of the language. My only complaint is that I wish there were more "Survival Phrases".

Excellent!!

Not only is the podcast educational but informative. I really enjoy the stories of the trips to Brazil and the lessons as they were used in a real situation. I think this really helps prepare for an actual trip to the country and it is made in a way that is fun and easy to remember.

Thanks and keep up the good work!

Muito obrigado

Could be better

Im in the process of learning portuguese and honestly i believe these podcasts are too brief. The first lesson took five minutes trying to teach you how to say "obrigado" and "muito obrigado". From what ive learned, there are masculine and feminine ways of saying things and females say obrigada instead of obridado and they didn't even bother explaining that. Sure its a quick way of learning but you're only gonna get a few words out of it.