Bienvenidos al Blog de Caminhos Language Centre. Aquí encontrarás artículos sobre el estudio de la lengua portuguesa, la ciudad de Rio de Janeiro, consejos sobre la gramática portuguesa y dichos populares entre los cariocas, eventos de la escuela, y mucho más. Sigue nuestros mensajes recientes y sumérgete en la vibra brasileña con nosotros.

06 ago

Excursiones que se pueden hacer en Río sin gastar (casi) nada. »

(English) There are lots of places to visit in Rio de Janeiro without spending too much money. The beaches are the first thing that come to mind, but there are other amazing places to visit.

30 jul

(English) Is Portuguese the hardest language to learn? »

(English) Learning a new language is never an easy thing to do. It is definitely a challenge. We often hear people saying that Portuguese is the hardest language to learn.

23 jul

(English) Foz do Iguaçu in Brazil – One of the Largest Waterfalls in the World »

(English) Foz do Iguaçu is among the most visit cities in Brazil -- it is home to one of the largest waterfalls in the world. The city borders Paraguai and Argentina.

16 jul

(English) European Portuguese vs Brazilian Portuguese. What are the main differences? »

(English) Portuguese is the sixth most spoken language in the world.

09 jul

(English) Why do Cariocas love açaí? The trendy Brazilian berry »

(English) Originally from the North of Brazil, açaí became popular in Rio during the '80s and '90s.

02 jul

Por que aprender português brasileiro? »

O português brasileiro é a variante da língua portuguesa mais estudada no mundo hoje.

25 jun

(English) Traditional Festa Junina Food in Brazil »

(English) It's June, it's Festa Junina season in Brazil! And one of the things we like the most about this time of the year is all the delicious Festa Junina food.

18 jun

(English) The Main Soccer/Football Vocabulary in Portuguese »

(English) If you love football you should learn the main football vocabulary in Portuguese.

11 jun

  • By Amanda Ennes
  • In Brazil
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(English) Top 5: Main traditional Brazilian festivals »

(English) If you want to immerse yourself in the Brazilian culture, there is nothing better than having fun while doing so.

04 jun

(English) Partir, Sair and Ir Embora in Portuguese »

(English) Verbs partir, sair and ir embora may have the same meaning in Portuguese. However, there are cases where they mean different things completely. Let's check the context.