Pimsleur Portuguese (Brazilian) Level 2
- Learn to Speak and Understand Portuguese (Brazilian) with Pimsleur Language Programs
- Narrated by: Pimsleur
- Length: 16 hrs and 19 mins
- Release date: 11-17-10
- Language: English
- Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio
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In the first 10 lessons of level 2, you begin to use the past tense. Structures become more complex, and informal speech is introduced. Conversations become fuller, and learners are able to discuss business and social activities, manage shopping situations, and express their interests. As you progress, vocabulary is expanded and fluency increases.
The next 10 lessons of level 2 allow you to further combine and build upon known elements and produce longer and more complex sentences. You learn to bargain with shopkeepers, deal with business situations, get and give medical information, and discuss the weather.
In the final 10 lessons of level 2, you've doubled your vocabulary and have several hundred structures to draw upon. You'll gain experience asking for assistance, finding a location that is some distance away, and using relative structures - faster, slower, etc. Sports and leisure activities are explored as well as shopping, changing money, and future travel plans. By the end of level 2, you're speaking at a mid-intermediate level with near-native pronunciation, and you are comfortable meeting most social demands and limited job requirements.
Reading lessons are included at the end of this unit. These lessons, which total about one hour, are designed to give you practice reading Portuguese and to provide you with some insight into Portuguese culture, with proverbs, common expressions, and a broad look at some of the things you'll see when visiting a Brazilian Portuguese-speaking country. A reading booklet to be used with the audio lessons is also included in PDF format.
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By William on 12-13-16
Phase 1 prepared me for phase 2. Phase 2 has allowed me to speak my thoughts in portugués. Just the other I was speaking spanglish (bilingual of spanish and english) and the portuguese came out. Can't wait for phase 3.
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