Isabel goes to a party where she doesn’t know anyone, so Eduardo tells her about each of the guests.
Leonor asks Gustavo questions about his busy day.
Two parents meet and realize their children go to the same school. Hear some basic conversation skills in action: introductions, greetings, simple comments, and questions.
Another day at home begins and Martim is already hungry and bored. Lara has to get creative if she wants to sleep in.
Meet the Martins family from Porto! Learn more about what each family member does for work and how they like to spend their holidays.
David is looking for somewhere to enjoy a cup of tea. Luckily, he meets Sara, who takes him to the tea room and teaches him some Portuguese vocabulary along the way.
Get to know the Antunes family and their fantastic house!
Meet Filipe and follow along with his weekly routine to see how this young Portuguese man goes about his daily life.
Daily routines: tedious for some, but essential for others. Embrace our customs by following along with a typical Portuguese daily routine.
The birth of a new baby prompts a colourful conversation with Tiago, who is fascinated with little Bruno.
Like any curious child, Tiago is constantly asking his parents questions, but some are easier to answer than others…
Hugo helps his son Tiago get dressed up in style for a family outing.
Animal lovers Pedro and João talk about the pets they have, and others they wish they had.
John crosses paths with Dona Ana around lunchtime. They have a respectful conversation about food and cooking.
Pedro, João and Maria go to a restaurant and try to choose between lots of tasty and varied options.
It’s time to eat! Pedro discovers the culinary preferences of his friend João.
Currently living in Portugal and learning the language, Joel bumps into a helpful local.
Maria is looking for a pen, but ends up chatting with Pedro and shares some snacks with him.
As dinner is served, Hugo has a bitter surprise at the table that requires him to improvise.
Tiago tries to get his father’s attention.
João talks to his friend Pedro about his passion for reading and writing. Does Pedro feel the same way?
With his mother’s patient help, Tiago learns about the basics of men, women, children and adults.