Every two weeks, Caminhos starts new group classes for people from all around the world.
Refugees from Congo came to Brazil for a new life but were finding it difficult to find a job and make friends because they didn't speak Portuguese.
In Brazil we celebrate Teacher Appreciation Day every October 15th and this year was very special at Caminhos, as we had a day full of fun.
Nick's mom is Brazilian and he has lots of Brazilian relatives. Because of that he's been visiting Rio de Janeiro since he was born.
Volunteering can be really good for you, for you CV and networking.
During the early twentieth century in Rio de Janeiro, people started to occupy other neighborhoods away from the center, like Ipanema.
Susanna Southworth came to Rio de Janeiro on a Foreign Language Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship to study Portuguese for six weeks.
Many people assume that favelas are associated with negativity and danger. Many Brazilians and tourists are really afraid of entering one.
During the months of June/July, it's a tradition in Brazil to have parties to celebrate the country life, known as Festa Junina.