You may begin learning Brazilian Portuguese through online instruction in the language. Or you may take a course if it's convenient to get to one of the colleges, community colleges, and universities where instruction in the language may be among the course offerings. If there isn't an actual course, the higher educational institution may approve your setting up independent study with competent faculty. Or there may be an immersion course that a specialty language institute schedules. Or you may locate a cultural group, such as a Brazlian American association; or Extension service correspondence courses. Or you may locate a competent, preferably native speaking private tutor, such as from the spouses of international faculty, staff and students. It always helps to supplement such structured instruction with practice in listening, reading, speaking, and writing. Comprehension skills benefit from videos, tapes, dvds, and cds in Portuguese. And there always is the short-wave radio. And, ultimately, there's travel to a Portuguese-speaking country, or residence among a Portuguese-speaking community or in a Portuguese-speaking neighborhood.
you mean, "I am sorry but i can learn portuguese"?? Me desculpe mas posso aprender português.
A good website that can get you started is sonia-portuguese.com However, it's more of the Brazilian portuguese rather than Portugal's portuguese.
Brazilian Portuguese which is a dialect of Portuguese from Portugal
, Well Brazilian Portuguese is a mixture of Languages from Africa and The Portuguese Language.
They are Brazilian and they speak portuguese as their official language
The problem in Brazilian portuguese is o problema.
This is a good place www.brazilianportugueselessons.com/
In Brazil, they don't speak Brazilian, they speak Portuguese.And in Portugal they speak Portuguese as well.
Harmony is harmonia in Portuguese. (Brazilians speak Portuguese not "Brazilian").
There isn't an equivalent name in Brazilian Portuguese for Barry.
Enjoy the book in Brazilian portuguese is Desfrute o livro.
Brazil (Brazilian portuguese) Portugal (portuguese)
namorado in Brazilian portuguese
"Campeão" is the Brazilian Portuguese word for "Champion" .
nan isn't a brazilian portuguese word.
Você é brasileiro(a) ?
Eu sou brasileiro.
How are you in portuguese(brazilian) is "Como vai você?"
Those are not Brazilian Portuguese words. check your spelling and try again. Thanks.
Good morning, on the Brazilian portuguese language is " Bom dia ".
EspinhoBut it's not Brazilian. It's PortugueseBrazilian does not exist
The same as in Portuguese: Casa.
In Brazilian Portuguese it's "Sangue"
Some people in Brazil are Portuguese.
Estou a tentar aprender Português (European Portuguese) Estou -> I ama -> particletentar -> tryingaprender -> to learn (verb)Português -> Portuguese Estou tentando aprender o Português (Brazilian Portuguese)"What's your name?" = "Qual o seu nome?", or "Como você se chama?"