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Anonymous:
Hi! It's the same anon again, teheheh. I've found some resources that instead of only teaching you brazilian portuguese in writing posts, they have some listening explanations too! There you go: learn-portuguese-now[.]com and babbel[.]com! Oh, and there's also this link fluentin3months[.]com/portuguese-after-spanish/ for people that already speak spanish! Good luck, friend! :3

i’ll try! thank you so much :)

March 10  ♥  1 note


Anonymous:
Omg, I thought you were brazilian, I'm so sorry! Well, the accents are pretty easy to learn, because all you have to do is to listen the intensity on the first, second, middle or last syllable. But I'll tell you that these things are a little bit confusing to teach while writing, sorry! :( There are also some old words that have changed their accents to new ones and only last year we started learning them! I'll try to find a website where they teach these things in a easy way and I'll tell you!

oh thank you! you’re so nice! well, hopefully by the end of the year i’ll be able to speak at least a word in Portuguese, I’m really interesting in it !



Anonymous:
Qual a lição e de que matéria que é? Se for de alguma que eu tenha facilidade, eu te ajudo! :3

Well I’ve already found everything I need except the accents, how do they work? I don’t speak Portuguese but I’m learning, thanks God is not too different from Spanish lol



English is not my native language.

So everytime I type something wrong or use the wrong word or the wrong tempus or grammar etc. I always get paranoid that someone who has english as their native language, will read what I wrote and spot all the mistakes I made and think, “Is she stupid or something?” or “Daamn, her english is horrible, I am never going to speak to her”.



Ok so I have this Portuguese homework to do and if someone here is from Brazil, can you pleeeease help me?