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  • Artem Makarevich - student

    "I want to say thank you for all people I've met here. It was outstanding four weeks. Hope to be back here next year!"
  • Mª de la Luz Martinez Gonzalez

    "I love the method used. My teacher was awesome!"
  • Kirsty Hayes - British Ambassador to Portugal

    "I thought it was excellent. Excellent teachers and very supportive environment. Would definitely recommend. Muito obrigada! "
  • Roxana Gonçalves

    "The best teaching staff, flexible approach to learning and course administration, great learning environment and support plus facilities surpassed my expectations."
  • Li Yu Yun - student

    "Gosto muito da escola inlingua e das atividades. Os professores são todos simpáticos. Vou recomendar aos meus amigos estudar aqui. Obrigada!"
  • Gerardo Schnell - Crash Intensive Programme

    "Each teacher was very willing to adapt the class to my needs. Each lesson was very customised."
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Brazilian Portuguese Courses

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At inlingua we are very happy to cater for those who prefer to learn Brazilian Portuguese.  Let us know your preference when reserving your course.     

Brazilian Portuguese is different to European Portuguese in much the same way that American English and English from the UK are also different.

There are three main areas of differences:

  • Accent - It is immediately apparent to the trained ear whether the speaker is from Brazil or from Portugal. Most people find the Brazilian accent clearer and easier to understand.
  • Vocabulary - Up to 15% of the words in Brazilian and European Portuguese are different. However most of these are limited to flora, fauna, foods etc. In terms of day to day language there are very few differences.
  • Grammar - There are very few differences in grammar between the two. Again, the Brazilian variation is probably more siple for the language learner. (The Brazilians have stopped using the "tu" form of the verb, for example, still very prevalent in Portugal.

At inlingua, while the group lessons focus on European Portuguese any of the individual or COMBI options can easily be geared towards Brazilian. Our Brazilian POrtuguese courses will prepare you for living and working in Brasil.