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Does anyone have any recommendations of websites for learning Portuguese on line?
I have seen a few sites and like a couple of them however the ones that I did like taught the Brazilian
dialect and I would like to learn the European Dialect of Portuguese.
Thanks for all the tips and website links.
This site is really excellent - and free!
https://www.duolingo.com/course/pt/en/L ... ese-Online
Lots of interactive stuff, discussion forum and even an "immersion" section where people upload materials that may help to integrate what you're learning.
The only snag is that it's Brazilian Portuguese, but ... better than nothing!
Earworms Rapid Portuguese is a easy way to pick things up. The music seems to help remember. I downloaded the app on my phone and listen to it.
Does Earworms Rapid Portuguese have an advanced section that has a demo? Difficult to know what level to buy.
I bought volume 1 and 2, but so far have only been listening to vol 1 when I lay in bed or drive. The people's voices are much more relaxed than in some of the other lessons, it's calming and reassuring. Not sure about a demo. Reviews were good so I downloaded it.
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