Hidden Gems in Rio de Janeiro »

Cyrus is a retired librarian from California who came to Rio and fell in love with the city. Watch the video he did while exploring Rio with Caminhos.

14 Aug

The word ‘mesmo’ – usage and meanings in Portuguese | Lesson 16 »

In Portuguese, the word 'mesmo' can mean many different things. Let's learn the uses of 'mesmo' and some expressions with this word.

05 Aug

How to rent and use a bike-share system in Rio de Janeiro »

Lean how to rent a bike in Rio. Bike Rio is very easy and cheap to use - with the traffic jam in the city, cycling seems a great alternative.

01 Aug

Difference between verbs Achar and Pensar in Portuguese | Lesson 15 »

In Portuguese, verbs 'pensar' and 'achar' have different meanings. We use 'achar' to give our opinion and 'pensar' when having thoughts. Let's learn more.

29 Jul

Differences between Por and Para in Portuguese | Lesson 14 »

Learn the differences between por and para in Portuguese and speak correct Portuguese once and for all. Learn the grammar and check examples.

Trazer and Levar in Portuguese – Verb To Bring | Lesson 13 »

Learn the difference between verbs Trazer and Levar in Brazilian Portuguese. Check examples and videos so you can understand it better.

Present tense of regular verbs in Portuguese – Presente do Indicativo | Lesson 12 »

Learn about the present tense of regurar verbs in Portuguese with this online lesson from Caminhos Language Centre. Study Brazilian Portuguese with us.

Vocabulary in Portuguese – Clothes and accessories | Lesson 11 »

Let's learn the vocabulary for clothes in Portuguese, how to pronounce the words and examples of how to use these words in the daily life.

Verb To Have in Portuguese – Verbo Ter (Present) | Lesson 9 »

Learn how to use the present tense of the verb to have (verbo ter) in Portuguese. Verb "Ter" expresses: possession, physical traits, age and existence.

Present Continuous in Portuguese | Lesson 8 »

Learn how to use the present continuous in Portuguese. To do so, we use the present tense of the verb to be (estar) + gerund (gerúndio).