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Complete Portuguese Course: Portuguese for Beginners

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Lessons in This Class

122 Lessons (22h 26m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:21
    • 2. Greetings

      11:50
    • 3. Manners

      11:19
    • 4. Numbers

      8:10
    • 5. Colors

      9:42
    • 6. Food

      13:39
    • 7. The Alphabet

      7:46
    • 8. Animals

      8:28
    • 9. Exercise

      10:51
    • 10. Important Verbs pt. 1

      9:50
    • 11. Important Verbs pt. 2

      9:47
    • 12. Review: Greetings

      10:42
    • 13. Review: Manners

      12:34
    • 14. Review: Numbers

      10:26
    • 15. Review: Colours

      9:47
    • 16. Review: Food

      11:47
    • 17. Review: Animals

      9:15
    • 18. Review: Verbs

      6:59
    • 19. Dates

      10:24
    • 20. Tellling Time

      9:40
    • 21. Ser vs. Estar pt. 1

      14:30
    • 22. Ser vs Estar pt. 2

      15:44
    • 23. Family

      13:02
    • 24. Emotions

      13:30
    • 25. Body Parts

      11:00
    • 26. Physical Descriptions

      14:09
    • 27. Personality

      12:50
    • 28. Practice and Build

      12:35
    • 29. Directions

      13:26
    • 30. Supermarket

      10:37
    • 31. The House

      13:08
    • 32. The Bathroom

      12:31
    • 33. The Kitchen

      9:44
    • 34. Practice and Build

      8:06
    • 35. How to use “it”

      11:08
    • 36. Translation practice

      6:29
    • 37. Clothes

      9:30
    • 38. Weather

      9:54
    • 39. Sports

      11:27
    • 40. Practice and Build

      7:51
    • 41. Put it all together

      10:53
    • 42. Pretérito Perfeito e Pretérito Imperfeito

      16:02
    • 43. Past Tenses Verbs Pt. 1

      14:31
    • 44. Past Tenses Verbs Pt.2

      15:15
    • 45. Past Tense Questions

      8:34
    • 46. Past Tenses Verbs Pt. 3

      11:30
    • 47. Past Tense Sentences

      11:46
    • 48. Practice and Build

      11:08
    • 49. Weather in the Past

      8:38
    • 50. Shopping in the Past

      13:48
    • 51. Sports in the Past

      13:29
    • 52. Injuries

      14:22
    • 53. To Meet Up With Friends

      13:23
    • 54. Practice & Build

      11:30
    • 55. Travels

      13:02
    • 56. Appointments

      11:44
    • 57. Love Pt. 1

      11:55
    • 58. Jobs

      9:51
    • 59. Practice and Build

      9:55
    • 60. Translation

      9:34
    • 61. Let’s Put it All Together!

      11:05
    • 62. Comparative

      14:36
    • 63. Superlative

      11:51
    • 64. Music

      11:53
    • 65. Cinema

      11:15
    • 66. Holidays

      11:49
    • 67. Special Occasions

      11:48
    • 68. Comparisons of equality

      8:51
    • 69. Practice & Build

      7:02
    • 70. Means of Transports

      9:54
    • 71. School Pt. 1

      13:17
    • 72. School Pt. 2

      11:30
    • 73. Possessive Adjective

      10:54
    • 74. Practice & Build

      10:05
    • 75. Continents and Oceans

      7:14
    • 76. Demonstrative Pronouns

      9:50
    • 77. Social Media

      11:17
    • 78. Love Pt. 2

      10:04
    • 79. Technology

      11:11
    • 80. Practice and Build

      10:22
    • 81. Test Your Knowledge!

      15:13
    • 82. Reviewing the Past Tenses

      18:10
    • 83. Hobbies

      10:11
    • 84. Movies & Books

      11:38
    • 85. Pets

      12:52
    • 86. The Future Tense Pt. 1

      15:43
    • 87. The Future Pt. 2

      11:12
    • 88. Healthcare

      12:17
    • 89. The Future Pt. 3

      10:05
    • 90. Practice & Build

      10:28
    • 91. Future Goals

      6:46
    • 92. Tomorrow's Weather

      11:25
    • 93. Future Plans

      10:50
    • 94. Taking a Trip

      9:02
    • 95. COVID-19

      9:30
    • 96. Put it all together

      12:12
    • 97. Practice & Build

      10:31
    • 98. Punctuation and Symbols

      13:22
    • 99. Shapes and Formats

      10:20
    • 100. Organs and Tissues

      9:51
    • 101. Working from Home

      10:53
    • 102. Cardinal Numbers

      10:56
    • 103. TV

      11:17
    • 104. TV Shows

      13:23
    • 105. Adverbs of Place

      9:33
    • 106. Drinks

      13:11
    • 107. Accessories

      12:09
    • 108. Inside a Woman's Purse

      9:43
    • 109. Translation Practice

      6:47
    • 110. Car's Anatomy

      11:23
    • 111. The Post Office

      10:48
    • 112. Adverbs of Time

      9:22
    • 113. The Bank

      11:27
    • 114. Gerund

      12:59
    • 115. Plural

      12:22
    • 116. Translation Practice

      8:09
    • 117. Make-Up

      10:59
    • 118. Likes and Dislikes

      8:50
    • 119. State

      13:40
    • 120. Civil Society

      10:00
    • 121. Put it all together

      12:31
    • 122. Last Words

      0:35
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Welcome to our ultimate Portuguese beginner course that will teach you Portuguese faster than you thought possible! If you’ve ever dreamed of travelling to Portugal and holding your own in real-life situations, being independent and able to communicate with the locals, our beginner series is the perfect place for you to continue your Portuguese journey! There’s always more to learn, and we’ve prepared yet another course to enrich your vocabulary, advance your grammar and help you express more and more complex thoughts, all in Portuguese!

During our course you will learn:

  • Lots and lots of vocabulary
  • Useful everyday phrases
  • Basic sentence structures
  • Basic grammar rules most beginner courses don’t teach

After taking this course you will be able to:

  • Greet people and introduce yourself both formally and casually
  • Pronounce words correctly without hearing them first
  • Count from 1 to 1,000
  • Read a restaurant menu
  • Order food and drinks
  • Structure basic sentences with ease
  • Conjugate multiple verbs in the present tense
  • Create sentences in the past tense
  • Learn hundreds of new, key vocabulary words
  • Distinguish between the past tenses
  • Form questions and negations in the past
  • Acquire and hone translation skills
  • Structure new sentences with ease
  • Adapt to new situations, such as using public transportation or visiting the doctor
  • Learn how to use social media and technology
  • Conquer the basics of dating in Portuguese
  • Learn to make comparisons
  • Create sentences in the future tense
  • Create sentences in the continuous tenses
  • Conquer hundreds of words necessary for day-to-day life
  • Tackle new topics, such as working from home and global healthcare

All this and more in just a few hours of instruction! This course is the first in a series aimed at helping you master the basics of Portuguese and giving you a strong base onto which you will be able to build your skills as a Portuguese speaker.

Start your Portuguese journey with us today!

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1. Introduction: Have you ever wanted to learn Portuguese as the seventh most spoken language in the world and the second most spoken language in South America. Portuguese is the official language in seven countries, including Portugal and Brazil. But why should you pick Portuguese, add up all the other languages you could be learning to start. The Portuguese speaking world isn't only renowned for its natural beauty and amazing food, but also has some of the faster growing economies in the world. Leading industry such as automobile and auto parts manufacturing, tourism, textiles and chemical engineering. Speaking Portuguese would help any growing professional extend their business to those corners of the world. Not only that, but as a romance language, Portuguese is very similar to the other languages in its family, such as Spanish, French, and Italian. Through Portuguese, you would actually be able to understand speakers of those languages. And if you wanted to learn them yourself, you would have a significant head start. Finally, it's well proven that learning another language could lead to many new career opportunities. Whether that's becoming a more attracted candidate or a qualifying for a promotion at your current position. Now the road to learning Portuguese isn't always going to be easy. Of course, that's exactly why we have put together this comprehensive guide to beginner Portuguese. In this course, we're going to take you through the first steps of your Portuguese journey from an absolute beginner to intermediate level. I lessons will cover everything from teaching you how to read and write and Portuguese to pronouncing the words correctly. It's a conjugating verbs and forming sentences to express yourself and describe the world around you. So I pick this course. There are hundreds of courses out there, but here's why ours is the best. For starters, the combination of grammar, vocabulary and syntax there'll be taught will allow you to comfortably handle many day-to-day situations, as well as give you a very solid foundation upon which to continue your Portuguese studies. Secondly, we don't just teach you the theory. Each lesson is accompanied by numerous examples and exercises to help you understand and practice what you're learning. We've also included revision lessons and dedicated practice lessons to really test your language attention. Finally, the course is designed and taught by a language teacher with years of experience in teaching foreign languages. That's what makes it easy to follow and master, even for a complete beginner. 2. Greetings: Alla, bathing. Welcome to Portuguese for beginners. This is less than one. Of course one, and I am your teacher, Philippa. I am a native Portuguese speaker. And I will guide you in this journey of learning Portuguese. I'm very excited to help you. So without further delay, let's get started. Our first lesson is all about greetings or compliment. This is a perfect place to start when beginning a new language, because this is the first thing you say to a person when you meet them. So our first vocabulary word in this lesson is alla. I am sure you know this word, but let's practice it anyway. Allah. Allah. Very good. It's important to know that the accent over a indicates where the stress is in the world. If you have an accent over letter, that is where the stresses. So instead of OLA, we say, Hola. Awesome, let's keep going. After you've said a lot, you might want to introduce yourself. There are two ways to introduce yourself in Portuguese. The first is by saying so. So if you are a male, so if you are a female and then your name India and so I would say so till EPA. I am Phillipa. So Phillipa, if you're a male, you say so John. So Oh, Peter. If you're a female, you say. So. Mary. So charlotte. Also in Portuguese, when you have an isolated Oh, you read it. Who? Is it clear? So try it with your name. Very good. Now, like I said, there are two ways to introduce herself in Portuguese. This is one of them. The more common way is by saying shampoo. Sham woman. Literally, this means I call myself. But really, it's just a way to say my name is in here. You don't have the male-female issue. It's a neutral way of introducing herself. Also, unfortunately is C and H went together, make the sound should, should. Gentlemen, Phillipa, Shamil meant Phillipa. Fantastic. Let's keep going. So what if you want to ask someone what their name is? You say from chairman's Cuomo to Sherman's. Literally this means how do you call yourself? But again, it's really just a way of saying, what is your name? Come chairman's. Once again, C and H together and the sound should. Very good. So after you have introduced yourself to someone and they have introduced themselves to you, you can say went to visit more than two. But as it places, it just means nice to me to give it a try. Moving to pledge. Excellent. Alright. Now let's try a practice or Reuther CSU. This is a practice conversation. I will be black and do will fill the blanks. I will say the words and phrases, and then I will pause and allow you to reply only using the phrases that you have just learned. Okay, let's try. Allah. Km champions. Shang Phillipa. How did you do? Let's check. Is this what you said? If not, go ahead and rewind the video and do it again. If it is what you said. Let's keep going. Another great way to greet someone is by saying by India, ball via one-year. Bunia just means good morning. And in Portuguese, the d is much softer than it is in English. When making the d sound. Put your tongue right behind your teeth. It softens the sound. Okay, living on. After the morning comes the afternoon. And here we say with that. So why we'd 1D, we say ball. And when we say boa, that's because the word dia, I will show you again. The word dia is masculine and ball is mescaline. These two have to match. And here is feminine. So you have Boyer? One dia, boys mescaline. And what type is feminine? Okay. And after the afternoon comes the night here. Good evening and good night are the same in Portuguese. We just say, Boy noise, boa, night. Solenoids. And no, it is a feminine words, so we use both again. Bowen, Right? Very good. Now, what if you wanted to say, how are you? It's very simple in Portuguese. Com stash. Cuomo. Stash. You try it. Excellent. In how do you reply to this question? There are many ways, but the best way to start is by saying, still buy. Sto been. And you can also add when two, which means very. So you can say I am well, or you can say, I am very well, still buying, store more into buying. Excellent. So if someone asks, come stash, You can say stay in, then you can ask it back has well, here you can say COM stat or you can ask y_2. It means into come stash still by E2. And the dean Portuguese is much like the d.school. It's softer than in English. So this is not too, it's too. You can make the software t by bringing your tongue right behind your teeth instead of through your teeth. B2. Perfect. Time for another exercise, or is a CSU? This one is very easy. Ready? Allah, would that comes to us. Still by octagon. So how did you do? Let's check. Did you get them all correct? If you did, let's continue. If not, give it an undergo. I'll just add here that Abigale means. Thank you. And you have again, the gender issue. If you're a male, you say, obey God, do we didn't know in the end. If you're a female, you say Ob together with the name, The end. Is it clear? Let's move on. A good way to say goodbye and Portuguese, it's a symbol. Coach. At the ocean. There's perfect induce. Another possibility when saying goodbye is a dialogue. A day log. Log. It means see you later at Kellogg. And look, we have an accent over E. So this is where our stresses. Excellent. Let's review all the words and phrases we have learned today. Repeat after me. Allah. So Phillipa, salmon, Phillipa bundy. That boy and I still buy by E2. Ngos. A dialogue. Okay, excellent. Let's do a final exercise. This time, you are going to start the conversation, filling in the blanks. Look at what I'm going to say in black. Induce that to figure out what you are going to say. I wait for you to begin. Allah. Shams, Phillipa went plus it. Still by E2. The della Whoo. How did you do? Let's check. Is this what you said? If not, feel free to rewind and try again, you fit is Congratulations. You've done very, very well. Petabyte. Congratulations, you have completed the first lesson of this entire course. Maybe it seemed very simple. Two, maybe it seemed a little difficult. Either way you did it. And I'm very proud of you. In our next lesson, we will start to learn the manners. Until next time. Dios. 3. Manners: Hello, welcome again to Portuguese for beginners. This is lesson two of course one, and it's NEA again, your teacher, Phillipa. This time, we will start with a quick recap of less lesson's vocabulary. Just repeat after me. Allah. So Phillipa, shamed woman, feel EPA gum challenge. It. Does. Still by still Moyne TBI, the ocean at Kellogg. Okay, now some new content. In this lesson, we will talk about manners or midnight edge. How to ask for something, how to think, how to apologize. All useful in a daily basis. So we start with Woodford would put for good. It means please and is used just like in English when you want to request something. Then we have OBD-II, God, I'll be garden. If you were a male, Albany gaba, if you are a female. And you may add more into, which means very much to grant more intensity. So you say poverty, God who willing to obligate, do or already gaba to obligate either. In my case, I would say optic either. Winter public either. And if you are on the other side of a thank you. You want to say the mother? The mother. It means You're welcome. Now we have a series of options to apologize or to express sorrow and regret. We start with scuba. Means, I'm sorry. And it works comprehensively, almost fitting all purposes to apologize, to get someone's attention, to interrupt someone. And if you're talking with someone your age. Friends or family, you say difficult but with the name the end. And if you're talking with someone older, someone you don't know or just met. You say difficult. We the NY India and just copa or difficult. Ok. And then we have lemon to lemon to. It also means, I'm sorry. But it is a very solid, I am sorry. It shows sympathy and you don't say it likely. Lead man too. Then we have seen 2 seemed to mind. Literally. It means I feel a lot, but it's another way of saying, I'm sorry, in a more formal way. It is often used, has condolences. Ok. And we also have Conley sensor. Only sensor. It means excuse me, and you may use it, for example, to ask to pass in an aerospace Conley sensor. And finally, we have put down. Further down. It means pardon, and you may use it, for instance, after bumping into someone. Put down. So here we have a sum up of these five options we have just talked about. Or to cope. To get someone's attention, to interrupt someone, to apologize comprehensively. Lemma into a solid I'm sorry, showing sympathy. Seemed to point. Mark formal, usually used has condolences. Only sensor to ask to bass and put it on used, for instance, after bumping into someone. Is it clear? So let's practice a little. I will present you a few situations and you have to decide which of the mentioned options fits better. Are you ready? Let's start. You are walking in a store and accidentally nudge someone has you pass by, you say scope with the main DND because the someone you don't know or for them. Okay. Okay. Another one. You are sitting in a restaurant in one some more water. You need to call over the waiter. You say scope. Again with the knee because it is someone you don't know. Ok. One more. You are having a conversation with a friend and want to interject, you say with the name since you're talking with different. Okay? This is fun. Three more to go. You are hungry and you eat your roommates last homemade cookie, not knowing that she was saving it. You say? Well, I meant the solid I'm sorry. Showing regrets. Okay. We're almost ending. Just two more. You are in a funeral and you want to address the family members of the deceased. Usa seemed to appoint a more formal way of saying you're sorry. Okay. The last one, you want to leave a restaurant, but there are people blocking the exit. You say call the sensor. That's it. Where it is Practices clear. If you have doubts or if something is unclear, you can go back and check the differences between all options. And you may repeat these exercises, has many times as you want. Practice makes perfect, right? Okay, so before we leave for today, let's just look into a few more relevant terms in this context. Here. In addition to the translation, you will also see the corresponding article so that you know if it is a feminine or masculine noun. Okay, so here we have cafe cafe, hookah cafe. It is a mild not alga. Alga. Agra. Supervisor. Supervisor. Supervisor. Okay. And now let's see how to order any of them mentioned. Here we have some possibilities. If you're talking with someone you know, or someone younger, you say fall dish with an S, Indians, but dish. And if you're talking with someone older or if you're in a professional environment, you say bought fought. So you say botched the ZIM or bought Brazilian botched residual marble. Will map since water is a female words. And watched a Zen MOOC a bit. Since Cafe is a Millward. Okay, is all these clear? Let's end with a final revision. Just repeat after me. Mennonite us. Put for good. Nobody got into public either. Didn't seem to mind. Samhsa. They'll plot. Budge will map, cafe. Sit Bayesian. Ok. Congratulations. You have reached the end of the second lesson. And the next one, we will look into numbers. It will be fun. See you there. 4. Numbers: Hello again and welcome to Portuguese for beginners. This is lesson three of course one. And you know me already. I'm Phillipa and I will guide you in session two. We will start again with the recap of our previous lesson. You know what to do? Just repeat after me. Men natives would feel good. I'll be got winter. Nobody got abiotic either. When nobody gather. Didn't seem to censor them. But but the resin woman got Fei Agua supervisor. Great. Now we're ready to begin. Today's lesson is going to be all about numbers. Or from one to 20, numbers are all different. But from 21 onwards, there is a common pattern, just like in English, which will be very much repeating exercise. So take a deep breath and let's have some fun. We start with the beginning. Deutsche Deutsche quatro cinco cinco site. Site set, set. Quite novel. Novel dish. Dish. All X2 does does it isn't. It isn't cut doors, doors. Keynesian. Keynesian exists. This set, this set disjoint Zen of ZnO and beat v0t. Okay, a short break here. From now on we will combine each set of ten numbers. I mean, 2014. We the first ten numbers, 123, just like in English. Ok. And so we have VQ video link. You Deutsch vintage, vintage, vintage, vintage financing, financing here. And also in 2627, the E, It's almost silent. Being concise, insight. Thing set. Being set. Bientot means you it fentanyl, venal. And it goes like this until 99. You have three into, three into Deutsch, and so on, quite into Deutsch. And so on. Scene quanta, cinco into you, and so on. So Santa, Santa Deutsch. So identify those. Quit delta identity, you know, vendetta. Move into, you know, vent a DOJ. Ok. That goes until 99 has I said, and then you have sine, 100. Sine. Okay? This was lots of information. I suggest you return to the beginning in practice on numbers again, as many times as you want. Did you practice enough? Okay, good work. And congratulations for one more completed lesson. You're doing great. See you on the next one. 5. Colors: Hello and welcome to Portuguese for beginners. This is lesson four, of course one, and I'm Phillipa, your Portuguese teacher. Before we start, I suggested to recap our previous lesson, which was all about numbers. Do you remember? Then come back here for some new vocabulary? Or you beck, Great. So todays lesson will be about colors for coach. From blue to orange. You will notice that some are neutral when version fits all purposes. And other have a male and the female version. But it will be easy to catch the difference. And at the end of today's session, you'll be able to assign colors to objects. So we start with a x2, x2. And then we have a new video. Did didn't we didn't know to qualify masculine nouns. And with the name to qualify feminine nouns. Okay? And we have m and l and m. And that Ella. And it's the same o for mescaline, a for feminine, vivid, vivid. Goodstein. Kirstein, Steiner. Go to the Plaza Accord the plaza. And in this case, it is also acceptable to just say Plaza. Plaza. But it fit. Get the data. But then goo, goo Brenda, Brenda seems into scenes, into teams, into Cs into. And finally, Quetelet answer chord. Let engine. And just like we do pink or chord the plaza here, you may just say lead arranger. And everyone will understand. Let Azure. Okay, so time for a little practice. Here you see the first three letters of each color and the color itself. And it just have to complete it. Okay. Are you ready? So we start with blue, and then we have red, yellow, green, brown, purple, pink, black, white, gray. And finally orange. Let's see how you did. For good, excellent. If not, you can go back and review all. Repeat the exercise has many times as you want. So we leave colors behind for a while and we focus on some other vocabulary. Every word will be preceded by the corresponding article. So you know if it's male or female. Please note that the capital letter serves only to highlight the word. Nothing more. So we start with Ms. Meza and then we have Malala. Malala. Malala also works for bursts. For example. Leave it to leave the room. When you have L and H together, you have the sound Lu. Lu. And finally connector. Kenyatta. Okay, one more practice for today. Here you just have to fill the spaces with the corresponding colour. Are you ready? Notice that you have the exact number of letters. Has a clue. Ok. Let's start. Will leave through M is at Kenyatta and mala. Which value? Epa data. And you're Phoenix. Let's check the answers are all correct, well-done. If not, just review this lesson from the beginning. So we are almost finishing today's session. I would just like to highlight the male, female differences in colors. In the first example, lever rule is a Millward. So it will be the value we didn't know in the end. And then both MSAA in mala are female words. So both colors and with an a. But eta. And that Ella. Is this clear? All the rest is neutral. Okay. So let's move to our final review. You know, the drill. Just repeat after me. Ezh2, minimum. And that El Nino closet scenes into code. Let answer. And you may say only Plaza and let engine if you want. Then we have mala leave too. And wonderful. It was all for today. Congratulations. And see you soon again. 6. Food: Hello and welcome again to Portuguese for beginners. This is less than five, of course one, and I am Phillipa, your Portuguese teacher. In this session, we will start with a quick recap of the last lesson, which was all about colors and some other vocabulary. Do you remember? Okay. Just repeat after me. As minimum, I am at l there. But it seems in Portland engine. Msaa, mala leave little. Kenyatta. Very good. Let's move on. Today's lesson will be about food or element. You will learn some related vocabulary from carbohydrates to vegetables and fruits. And in the end, you will find out how to order a complete meal. Let's begin. We start with the drought to carbon. He dropped to the carbon. In Portuguese, DH is almost always silent. Like if it was not there, it only produces some sound when combined with c. Hence, or L. C, S or L. You will see some examples in the next lessons. Ok. And inside it dropped to two carbonyl. We have found found, which means a breads. And do you see the different accent over a? Well, we, that we produce a more nasal sounds. It's not it's and down. Bow. Okay, and we also have a harsh here. You should notice that we have two are together and we have the sound instead of a push. And it also happens when we have 2S together. Let's see, ASA. Asa. You read Sid. If you only had one s, You would say Mazda. But it's muster with two S's. And Maasai means pasta. And then we have but that but that the and we move onto protein or put up Dana, don't forget to put the stress on the I here. Platina. We have, oh, ooh, ooh. And you'll have some different types of meats or cotton. Cotton. We have four goo, goo, goo, goo, vodka, vodka and todo. And then to end the protein options we have. In Portuguese, dx may have different sounds, in this case is like C and H together should. Okay, now the vegetables lagoons AS US. So Ebola symbol I, Lu, lu, l and h together form the sound mu. I, lou. Be mint, mint. Similar to similar to month to month. Broccoli. Broccoli called difference or through touch. Through touch. We have MSN, mess San. And do you see that little sign under C just called CDN. And it gains the sound Sue. Msn and has said before, do you see the sign over a, we that Ax and Ay becomes less than, less than. Okay? And we have beta, beta. And here it's the that games a different sound, a more closed summed beta. And well, this one is very similar. Banana, banana. It's almost the same as in English. And an S and an edge. Oocha. Oocha. Oocha. Oocha. Okay. Now you're probably getting hungry, but we're getting closer to the end. The drinks. Or maybe this would be that we have I'll go I'll go light. Light. C and H together become should should shop. And cafe. Cafe. Somewhere not new, right? Water and coffee. I think we talked about that before. Okay, and you are almost finishing now the sweeteners or a dissent. A dissent. In the singular version. We have a sukha, S sukha. Notice the sign under C. C, male. Male. Okay. Two more words to learn how to order a meal. You need to know k2. I want and call. It means wait. Okay. Okay. Now, a little practice to consolidate today's session. In this case, you'll just have to introduce an option in the red categories so you can order a complete meal. Let's do this. In our carbohydrates. Coal in our protein. A0 and delay the vegetable. Fulfill vote, please. And the second one. And you add the fruit. E, then a drink and a sweetener. Put forward, please. Okay, let's see an example. You have many options. This is just one. Again, will push, confront Gu, EBITDA Kolisch, put for vote. Can banana, we could fake coins, sukha, pushover. Did you do something similar? If not or if you still have some dots? Move on to the final review. We will go through a whole session. Just repeat after me. Detached. Could one muscle protein then do? Alphas? Symbol? The mint. Two months broke lush. Fruit dash minus sin theta banana. And then S Muda angle would be this light shop. Cafe. Edge ascent as sukha Male. Okay, wonderful. One more lesson done. Congratulations on your hard work. C120. Next one. 7. The Alphabet: Hello and welcome to Portuguese for beginners. This is lesson six of course one and IMT Lipa, your Portuguese teacher, has always. Let's start with a recap of our last lesson. It was all about food or element. We remember. Okay, just repeat after me. He dropped the coupon massa. But that the garden book. Two alphas symbol. I'll be mint. Sonata. To mine. Through this data. Manana. I would like to add to sense the so-called male. Great, let's move on. Today's lesson will be a little simpler. We will focus only on the Portuguese alphabet, which has 26 letters, just has the English one. Just note that under each letter, you will see its name or the way we pronounce it in Portuguese. Ok. Let's start then. B, B, C. C D E F, or G, G E E kappa L L M N O P P K K S S T O W, W. Or She's epsilon, epsilon z, z. Okay. Altogether now, which means final review. Let's repeat one more time. Let's go see D a F E L M N O B S o w xi epsilon z. Congratulations. But one more lesson reached the end. You're doing a great job. Well done. And I hope to see you in our next lesson. 8. Animals: Hello again and welcome to Portuguese for beginners. This is lesson seven, of course one, Phillipa, your Portuguese teacher. When our last lesson we went through the Portuguese alphabet. Let's remember it. Just repeat after me. B c d e f E kappa L M N O P K S T v w epsilon z. Okay, great. Let's move on to today's subject. Animals or any mice from pets to wild species. We will have a little bit of everything today. Just note that each noun is preceded by the corresponding article. So you know, if it is a male or a female word in Portuguese, that makes some difference. Okay, let's move on. We start with the ket or got to count. Count. Do you remember this x and over a, which gives a nasal sound to the vowel count. You'll find elephant. Liao, Liang, cobalt. Cobalt. Tone. Tone. This is a funny 1. Third, UGA. Goo. Goo. Back off, I live together. Make the sound. And, but, but. Okay, excellent. Now let's move on to a few verbs that might be useful in this context. We have means to run and cell type. And now to adverbs also pertinent here, we have depressor, which means fast depressor. And digital guy. Digital guy, slowly. Ok. This was new information. Let's put it into practice. Here. You will have to fill in the blanks. We'd first an animal, then one of the adverbs you have just learned, the verbs are already there, so you don't have to worry that. Are you ready? Let's go down. And I choose an animal and choose an adverb. Okay. Whew, an animal and infer. And the last one, who anymore? So delta. Okay, let's see an example. And it forgot. Who come who got Southam? Did you do something similar to this? Is yes. Well, then you've not. Just move on to the final review. We will go through all the vocabulary again and you make clear up any doubts. Here it is. Just repeat after me. Any mileage. You've got Liang, cobalt, UGA. But and that self-doubt depressor and ridden for today. Congratulations on one more lesson and see you on next one. 9. Exercise: Hello, welcome again to Portuguese for beginners. This is less than eight, of course one, Naim Phillipa, your Portuguese teacher. Let's start with a quick review of our last lesson, which was around the animal kingdom. And you also learned some verbs and adverbs. Shall we start? Any mice? Got passage. Elephant, Leon, Coval, pork, and that cell into the plaza. Duplicate. Perfect. Let's move on. This session will be around the subject exercise, and we will also look into some related verbs. In Portuguese, you may say only is a CSU, or you may say, is the CC2650 physical exercise? Both options are correct. Is it CSU? Is there CSU physic and the action of doing exercise A's physicians or CSU facilities or CSU or fuzzy CSU fee. And you may walk or and that and that you may run or you may Jan or salt. Salt that. You may swim, or.net that you can also dance or Then sad. Then side. Remember that sign under sea. The sound becomes then sat. And you may ride the bike. And that'd be suchlike. And that the b, c collector. And you can play many things like football. Here you say yoga, Israel, God. And for sure, you will sweat with any of the previous options for sweat. So ad. And you might like it to dance, to swim, to play or not. If you like, you say, gosh, gosh two. And if you don't like, you say no gushed, known gushed. Gloss to know gushed. And if you love an activity, you say a dog. And if you don't, you say no other. No other. No other. Ok. Let's put this into practice. In this exercise, you'll just have to choose one of the mentioned verbs for each sentence. Okay? Are you ready? Let's start them. Goes to Do, to Do. And here we have an example of possible answers. Goes to the cohere, known goes to delta. The dot and the dot. Is this clear? Okay, so let's continue to different challenge verb conjugation or quadriga sound, which manage. The majority of the Portuguese verbs end in one of three terminations, AR, ER, and IR. And each of these have specific rules when conjugated. Today, we will look into regular and irregular examples in the present tense of verbs, we determination AR. Regular verbs ending with AIR, keep the root of the verb. Only the termination changes based on person or tense. For example, this means that all regular verbs that end with AR will be conjugated with determinations that you're seeing. And I repeat, this is present tense. Okay? So let's see a real example. And that to walk. A12, ill, ala, and nausea and demos, frozen dice, ileus. And though. Okay, let's see another one. Cell type to jump. If South to do Celtics, il, Ella, Santa, notch, salt damage, worse cell ties, Hills, ALH, seldom. So considering the verbs that we have mentioned today, this formula would apply also to Nadar, downside. Zhou, god, in Swat, swim, dance, play, and sweat. However, some verbs are irregular. And here we have a new one. But that it means to give that. In the case of irregular verbs, the root might change as well, not only the termination when the verb is conjugated. So let's see this case. It would go to dash. Ill, ELA. Knowledge damage was dies. Eels, Alice, they'll, each irregular verb is an isolated case. But for regular verbs, you may apply the rules presented in the first table. Alright, time for review of today's vocabulary. Just repeat after me. Is it CSU? Is it CSU Feizi? Fussiness or CSU receives UPC. And that meant that then side BC. So gosh To know, gosh too. Now a dot. And another lesson finished regulations in T1. The next one. 10. Important Verbs pt. 1: Hello and welcome back to Bartok is for beginners. This is less than mine, of course one. And it's me again, Phillipa, your Portuguese teacher. Let's begin with a recap of less lesson's vocabulary. Is or CSU. Is it CSU Feizi? Fuzzy it is or CSU fuzzy deserve CSU Feizi. And that cool here. Cell-type net that then psi. And that the VC collector goes to know, gushed. No adopt. Alright, this time you will learn some new verbs and conjugation rules. We will focus on important verbs or verbose him, pretentious. Bush, important or commonly used verbs. We start with Cid. Cid. Cid is one of the ways to translate to be. The other one is stat, stat, Sid and stuff. They applied to different situations and we will talk about them in another lesson. Okay? There's also fell out. Means to speak and vivid. Vivid. It means to see did to have command commands to it. We've seen this before. And put it, put it to be able to. Alright, time for some conjugation rules. On our last lesson, we learned how to conjugate regular verbs ending we'd AIR in the present tense. And we also looked at an irregular verb example. Do you remember? Okay, so now we will do the same work with verbs ending with ER. Regular verbs ending with ER, keep the root of the verb. Just like a regular verbs ending weight, they are only determination changes according to person or tense. Therefore, all regular verbs ending with EIR will be conjugated with these terminations that you see on the table. But it's easier to understand with examples. So let's see some. Here we have committed to eat. We'll call mu two commas. Ill, ELA, Common knowledge, chromium Bush Bush ills, Ellis comma. Alright, let's see another one. Cook it to run. This one is from the last lesson about exercise. They remember. Okay. Yoko who to caucus. Ill, Ella Corfu. Notch cookie image. Ills, coffee. So it's the same formula for all regular verbs. Now let's see some irregular examples. We have put it to be able to Basu, to polish ill Ela Bhatt. Nash put damage, bush put Daesh. Il is. In this case, we have an irregular verb where only the first person, ill or i is irregular. All the rest is regular. Has you can see or one of the ways of saying to be It also do ish, Hill, not so much. Bush sewage. Ills. L is sum. In this case, the verb is irregular in all conjugations. Okay, time for practice. Here, you will have to conjugate regular and irregular verbs ending weight, ER, shall we start? I am Hill. He eats ill. They can. English. You run too. We are she is able to ELA. Okay. Let's see how you did. I am also he eats. It'll come. They can feel spotting. You run to COX. We are not so much. She's able to l apart. Is this clear for you? Let's practice a little mark. Here. The challenge is the same. Regular and irregular verbs ending with DR. let's start. They are English. You can to iEat ill. She runs Ella. He is il i can you Okay. Let's see the answers. They are we'll sell you can to put ICT income. She runs he's ill. I can heal bus. Did you get them all correct? If yes. Good job. If not, just go a little back and reject the tables. Okay, time for a final review. These were the important verbs of today. See, it fell flat. Vid, did put this end funniest. Congratulations on your hard work and see you on the next lesson. 11. Important Verbs pt. 2: Hi, welcome back to Portuguese for beginners, this is less than ten, of course one, and I am Phillipa, your Portuguese teacher. Let's begin with a review of our last lesson. Start. Fell out. Vid t, it flooded. Okay, today we will continue with the important verbs or bush important. In some more conjugation rules. We have that to get to know it. When we have n and H together, the sound becomes, you get to know these. It could, it, could it or 21x. And in this case the u is silent. Could it? You don't read it? Partied? Proceed. It means to live in also to break, like to broker glass, eat, eat, to go. And read. Agreed to open. Alright, time for some conjugation rules again. In the two previous lessons, we learned how to conjugate regular verbs ending weight, AR and VR in the present tense, right? And we also looked into irregular verbs ending way they are and ER. Do you remember? Okay, so now we will do the same work with verbs ending weight IR. Let's start by checking the main rule. Regular verbs ending we die are also keep the root of the verb. Just like with AR and VR. Only the termination changes according to person or tense has. So all regular verbs ending with ir will be conjugated with determination that you see on the table. But let's consider some examples. It will be easier to understand. So here we have partied. To leave or to break, has said before. This is a regular verb example. Park2, two-part ill, Ela, Bhatt, notch protein Bush. Watch parties. Alice, part-time. Ok. So this will be the formula for regular verbs ending with IR. Let's see another example. Agreed to open. This is also a regular verb. Ay blue to average. Possibly mush, vases. Appetite. Alright. Now let's consider an exampl