Have you ever seen young people in black cloaks walking around the streets in Portugal? Learn about the origin of this tradition and how it inspired a very famous author.
Isabel and Luísa are college students who take a break to explore the beautiful and historic city of Évora!
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.
Louis replies to an email to update his friend on some exciting changes in his life.
António decides to call Luísa after a long time apart. Follow along as they make plans to see a movie!
Pedro is a teenager who became addicted to video games, but he recently discovered a whole new world full of activities and sports.
Maria is a young girl who is addicted to the internet. Find out what happens when her parents challenge her to stay off the computer for a whole week!
Language schools are a great way for students to spend their holidays learning something new or improving their skills!
Meet Manuel, a history student at the University of Lisbon who has a very busy life.
Vera and Miguel meet to catch up. They talk about their studies, their schedules, and their interest in taking a language course.
Manuel is an international relations student applying for his first job. Let’s see how his interview goes!
Ricardo is a law student who is studying far away from his hometown. Follow along as he talks about his life and what he likes to do in his spare time.
Manuel is a 20-year-old man who studies medicine in Porto. Learn more about his family and how he spends his time.
Maria is looking for a pen, but ends up chatting with Pedro and shares some snacks with him.
About to take a challenging exam, João and Pedro talk about their expected grades.
Miguel reminds João of the difference between book smart and street smart and also shares some big news.
A history teacher describes a new class assignment.
It’s not easy to learn a new language, much less Portuguese, but here are some tips that we think could be useful!