Where Can I learn Portuguese in Bucharest?
Where can I learn Portuguese in Bucharest? Here’s the golden question and a brief answer down below: First and foremost, there’s us. If you’re interested in seeing what we’re doing, check out our Courses page. You can also pay us a visit at our administrative headquarters at Leonida 7, or if
PortCast – the Portuguese Friend of Podcast Lovers
PortCast is an online platform developed by Catarina Stichini, a Portuguese teacher with more than 10 year of experience, together with a great team of professionals, teachersm translators and the like. PortCast’s magic consists in the power of podcasts – mp3s which you can download for free, or
Online alternatives to study Portuguese. Episode 1: Memrise
Because we’re getting quite close to celebrating the European Day of Languages, here is one of the most useful alternatives to studying Portuguese outside classrooms, be it European or Brazilian: Memrise. Memrise, just like the name suggests, is a website which helps you learn almost anything, not
Keep listening, don’t give up!
One of the biggest challenges for anyone who decides to start learning Portuguese is to develop receptive skills, aka building Listening skills. Frankly speaking, during initial learning stages, this is difficult for any language, but as anything difficult, hard work always pays off in the long run.
Why learn Portuguese?
What better way to mark the International Day of Portuguese Language than with some insight as to why you should learn Portuguese. So, why learn Portuguese, indeed? For us, Romanian natives, this is rather at hand. Why? Because, judging by the similarities between the two languages, it’s easier for
BIEFF – Bucharest International Experimental Film Festival (26 March – 1 April)
BIEFF – Bucharest International Experimental Film Festival’s latest edition (26 March – 1 April) is coming back, full throttle, with an extremely rich, interesting and surprising selection. BIEFF has a unique way of placing its bets on exciting and extravagant productions, which you would
A practical guide to survive in Porto
Porto, locally defined as o Porto (that is because names who originate from common nouns are always accompanied by a definite article in Portuguese) is a city in the North of Portugal, with a rather medium size, which for some years now has turned into the focal point of tourists from around the world.