Pedro arranged a Sunday lunch with his grandmother. He arrives a little after 9 a.m. to take a stroll through the city park before heading to the restaurant.
Miguel has a short conversation with Bruna before heading to the grocery store. Notice how the preposition “por” is used in a variety of different contexts throughout their dialogue.
Ana is trying to get to Coimbra for an important business meeting. Will her train ever arrive?
Marta is a 30-year-old woman who lives in Porto. Follow along as she describes her busy daily routine.
Daily routines: tedious for some, but essential for others. Embrace our customs by following along with a typical Portuguese daily routine.
Fernando finally makes his way to Dona Ana’s place, who is excited to indulge her sweet tooth.
A hopelessly late traveler finds no sympathy from a bus station’s ticket seller, as he tries to find a way to his destination.