Adapted and translated from an article written by Lena Strang which was published in the latest issue of Tomorrow Magazine.
Lena Strang, originally from Finland, now lives in sunny Algarve. As a journalist for a community magazine, she has interviewed local people about their lives and researched intriguing histories behind abandoned buildings. These stories form part of two books available both in English and Portuguese: “Touching Lives/ Vidas que nos Tocam and Crossing Cultures / Culturas que se Cruzam.
You can connect with Lena and learn more about her work here.
Explore the history of how the European Union was formed and learn the names of its member countries in Portuguese. **Correction: The United Kingdom left the EU on 31 January 2020 and entered a transition period.
Avó Odete is surprised and delighted to find out that she’s an Internet sensation! Rui reads her comments from all over the world, and she also shares her own words of love and appreciation to the Practice Portuguese community.
Today’s destination is Morocco, as we cover tons of new vocabulary to prepare you for wherever your future travels take you! Follow our journey through the airport, airplane, and all through the ancient city of Marrakesh.
(Featuring a very special guest, Ana Coimbra, Rui’s mãe!)
How the cradle of Western civilization became one of the greatest concerns of the world at the moment.
In this article you will hear the description in Portuguese of the tragedy that occurred in Nepal. This was the news that arrived in Portugal.
If you want to help those affected by the earthquake, go to the Nepal Red Cross website, nrcs.org, and make your donation.
Joel wants to travel in Europe and decides to accept a very interesting suggestion. Do you know this Polish city? What is your favourite European city?