A woman goes shopping for new eyeglasses. Follow along to learn some new vocabulary you could use in this situation.
Have you ever driven on Portugal’s longest road? Adapted from an article by Julie Fox, of the popular Julie Dawn Fox in Portugal travel blog.
Paulo and Vanda get to know each other away from the office. The conjuntivo mood is featured throughout their conversation.
A teacher prepares her class for an upcoming test and Agostinho has plenty of questions ready!
Christmas has come and gone, but the Holiday Party 2022 is just getting started! Rui and Joel celebrate the holiday season with video submissions from our Instagram contest, with some hot wine mixed in for good measure. A special guest will draw the winner (or two?) to find out who wins a free Practice Portuguese […]
What are your New Year’s resolutions?
Learn how to talk about (and to) babies as Joaquim stops by to meet Sandra’s son for the first time. You’ll notice there are lots of words in the diminutive form!
Cláudia and Vasco plan a surprise for Igor’s birthday. Take note of how the personal infinitive is used throughout their conversation.
Learn more about Arca d’Água, a beautiful park in the city of Porto.
Jan visits the Câmara Municipal to get his certificado de registo (registration certificate).
Clara gets a lot of packages delivered, all by the same delivery man!
(Original posted as video) We didn’t know what to talk about, so Practice Portuguese team member, Molly, gave us a list of questions to answer! Topics include: pet peeves, where else in the world we’d live, binge-watching habits, favourite cuisine, biggest fears and much more! We also reveal some behind-the-scenes news of what the Practice […]
We didn’t know what to talk about, so Practice Portuguese team member, Molly, gave us a list of questions to answer! Topics include: pet peeves, where else in the world we’d live, binge-watching habits, favourite cuisine, biggest fears and much more! We also reveal some behind-the-scenes news of what the Practice Portuguese team has been […]
Luís and Rita come up with a hare-brained scheme to rob a jewellery store. As they discuss their plans, take note of how the futuro do conjuntivo is used throughout.
Magusto is a celebration that happens on o Dia de São Martinho in Portugal. Follow along for an amusing retelling of the legend of St. Martin, and to find out what type of food and drinks you can enjoy on this day.