Sofia interviews Sr. Agostinho about a new art and culture space with some unusual exhibits…
Luisa finally stands up to her terrible boss.
Jorge tells Rute about all the bad luck he’s had lately. As a pronunciation challenge, see if you can notice all the similar sounding words (i.e. Minimal Pairs) spread throughout the dialogue.
Practice the subjunctive mood as João and Andreia ask each other hypothetical questions.
Can football (soccer) players eat Pastéis de Nata every day❓🤔 In this video we are going to practice European Portuguese together while we talk to a personal trainer (and good friend) Rafael Cabrita. He shares some of his fitness and nutrition secrets, despite Rui and Joel’s best efforts to derail him with their silliest questions. […]
Learn more about the city of Guimarães, known as the birthplace of Portugal.
Let’s learn about a popular mode of transportation in Portugal, as well as the rest of Europe: motorcycles!
Learn why the 25th of April was such an important day in Portuguese history.
Did you know there is a hidden house between two famous churches in Porto?
A photographer struggles to take the perfect photo. See how many minimal pairs you can find throughout the narrative.
Portuguese people LOVE to use diminutives, such as adding -inho to make words cuter. But BE CAREFUL because there are a couple exceptions that can get you into big trouble!
Amália Rodrigues was one of the most important voices in the Fado music of Portugal.
Listen to some Portuguese slang words in action as Alfredo and Sílvia grab a beer while waiting for their friends.
Learn about Pico, one of the beautiful islands of the Azores and home to the highest peak in Portugal.
Elsa’s boyfriend just broke up with her, so she goes to her friend Flávio for support. Notice how the imperfeito do conjuntivo is used throughout the dialogue.
Learn more about the only Portuguese pope elected in two millennia of church history.
Notice the many different uses of the word “assim” throughout this couple’s argument. Will they work out their issues? Assim espero!
Learn more about António Egas Moniz, a Portuguese neurosurgeon who won a Nobel Prize.
Learn more about the international athletics competition known as “Ironman”.
Learning a language is one of the best ways to connect with other cultures!
Leiria is a lively city in central Portugal with a beautiful castle, year-round festivals, and plenty of pine trees!
Learn more about a group of students and their visit to the National Museum of Ancient Art.
Bruno is captivated by his favourite morning news program as Carlos struggles to convince him it’s all fake news.
Learn about Spaced Repetition, a proven memory technique, which members can put into practice with our European Portuguese Flash Cards!