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Want to start speaking Portuguese in your first lesson? With 3-Minute Brazilian Portuguese - 25 Lesson Series Audiobook, you will easily learn the basics of Portuguese conversation with lessons made by real teachers.

The best part? Each lesson is three minutes long. You also get the bonus PDF version of the audiobook to read along.

  • Twenty-five Lessons inside - two hours seven minutes total
  • Downloadable PDF with 115+ pages of lesson notes

You learn everything from greetings and talking about yourself, to making conversation and asking for directions or for the check at a restaurant. Plus, you'll get some special tips on how to sound even more natural when interacting with native Brazilian Portuguese speakers. Learn even more Portuguese at PortuguesePod101.com - access the biggest library of Portuguese audio and video lessons online!

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  • Salete
  • 07-14-17

Underestimated the human brain

I appreciate the effort people put into this lesson planning, however, I seems to me like the lessons are too limiting, too slow for the human brain I thought.