Renato asks for suggestions on where he and his family should eat lunch.
After a long flight to Portugal, Joe is hoping to relax in his hotel room. Unfortunately, the guests next door are not making it easy.
Joana had a wonderful weekend! Listen for the simple past tense as she describes all the fun she had with her family.
Luísa and Gaspar make plans for the weekend.
Learn more about Rute’s life, including her job, her family, and their busy daily routine. Keep an eye out for lots of useful verbs in the infinitive.
Carlos tells Rute about a beautiful home in Sintra that is a bit out of her price range.
A woman goes to a clothing boutique and asks for some help finding the perfect dress.
After a long day stuck indoors, Sofia and Lucas try their best to enjoy a night outside on their balcony.
Learn more about the life, home, and daily routine of a nurse from Lisbon named Cristina.
The hairdresser is closed, so Joana has to take matters into her own hands.
A teacher reads aloud to her class and then assigns homework. One student decides to share his disappointment.
A hidden gem in the center of Coimbra, Sereia Garden is a beautiful park filled with interesting sculptures, many species of trees, and its fountain, an integral part of a long-standing university tradition.
Who says dogs and cats have to be enemies?
Ana visits a bookstore to find a book for her teenage daughter.
Marco is lost! In more ways than one…
Cláudia and Tiago catch up after meeting unexpectedly in Lisbon.
Cristina opens her first bank account in Portugal.
If you’ve ever been to Portugal, you have certainly noticed the beautiful tilework that covers many of the buildings throughout the country. Learn more about how these “azulejos” have played a role in the history and culture of Portugal.
Nuno and his cousin have the same favourite hobby. Find out what it is and how it is inspiring Nuno’s goals for the future.
Easter is widely celebrated in Portugal as a time for the family to get together and enjoy an abundance of delicious food. Learn more about the history of the holiday and how it is observed today.
Practice your weather vocabulary with this fake forecast for the week. Tip: Too easy? Make it more like a real-life news report by increasing the playback speed!
Handwashing is more fun when you do it in Portuguese!
Paulo and Rute are taking stock of the food and supplies they have in their kitchen. Time to make a shopping list! As you follow along, notice how the word “há” from the verb “haver” is used in different contexts.
Susana is at the supermarket buying groceries to make food with Maria. On her way to the checkout, she calls Maria to make sure she got everything they need for their snack!