For students who know the basic tenses and structures of Portuguese
New Students: An application and an assessment are required for this
level (the assessment link is given to you at the end of the Application
form). Click here to apply: https://forms.gle/wgMobd9sVFvxvyuP9
Continuing students: contact your instructor at email@example.com to get the registration link, and skip the application form.
This is a fast-paced course designed for people who learned the Basic structure of Portuguese and present, past and future of verbs tenses and are ready for subjunctive and more complex writing, who are fluent or native Spanish speakers and started to learn Portuguese formally, or people who grew up/spent time around Portuguese but need to perfect their grammar. It is a continuation of the course: Português Básico 2.
New students are welcome to apply, and will be accepted upon filling out an application and an assessment form, to qualify for the start level of this class. It is recommended that you commit to the 8 weeks.
Click here to apply: https://forms.gle/wgMobd9sVFvxvyuP9
* Note: Intermediate and Advanced Portuguese students are also welcome
to apply and will be contacted when we have class options.
Portuguese is a language with roots in Portugal and also the official language spoken today in 10 countries: Brazil, Mozambique, Angola, Portugal, Guinea-Bissau, East Timor, Equatorial Guinea, Macau, Cape Verde, and São Tomé and Príncipe. Portuguese is arguably among the 9 or 10 most spoken languages in the world, but only 5 percent of its speakers live in its original home Portugal. It is estimated that 270 million people speak Portuguese today, amongst which nearly 254 million are native speakers.
It is the second most spoken Romance language, after Spanish. Brazil’s 211 million people is the largest Portuguese-speaking population in the world. As a colonial language, it suffered many transformations, particular to each locale. It is nowadays also a result of cultural resistance of the indigenous and enslaved people during colonialism. It is spoken in the U.S particularlyin the Northeast, in California and in Florida, where native Portuguese speakers, who are immigrants from Africa, South Asia, Europe and Brazil have concentrated historically. In nearby regions, it is more widely spoken in areas of Newark, New Jersey; Astoria, Queens; in the coastal regions of Connecticut, and Massachusetts.
If you have any questions, you can contact the instructor at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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