Welcome to Caminho Language Centre’s blog. Here you will find articles about studying the Portuguese language, the city of Rio de Janeiro, Portuguese tips for grammar and popular carioca expressions, the school’s events and much more. Follow our latest posts and immerse in the Brazilian vibe with us.
The use of nicknames is fairly common in Brazil, especially among friends and family. It creates a sense of affection and intimacy.
Learning a new language is always a challenge. Nonetheless, it is possible to learn Portuguese in 30 days and engage in basic conversation.
Here's a list of pros and cons of studying Portuguese online and studying Portuguese in-person in Brazil. Find out the best option for you.
Coxinha is one of the most popular street food in Brazil. It is a deep-fried dough filled with shredded and well-seasoned chicken breasts.
The most common types of Brazilian pizza are cheese, Calabresa, chicken and Catupiry, and Portuguesa, found in all-you-can-eat restaurants.
Thanks to technology, today we can learn basically everything from home.
Learning to say hi, how are you, and nice to meet you in Portuguese is extremely important when coming to Brazil.
After deciding on spending your vacation in the Marvelous City, the next step is choosing where to stay in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Learn the basic travel vocabulary in Portuguese so you do not get confused at the airport while arriving or stopping over in Brazil.