• Portugués de cada día [Everyday Portuguese]

  • La manera más sencilla de iniciarse en la lengua portuguesa [The Easiest Way to Start in the Portuguese Language]
  • By: Pons Idiomas
  • Narrated by: Pons Idiomas
  • Length: 54 mins
  • Language Learning
  • Release date: 06-09-09
  • Language: Spanish
  • Publisher: Difusión, S.L.
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Este manual ha sido concebido para que los estudiantes de Portugués puedan practicar y memorizar con rapidez y comodidad las expresiones y el vocabulario más habituales que suelen usarse en las diversas situaciones de la vida cotidiana. Incluye una breve historia de la lengua, una guía de pronunciación, las palabras, frases y expresiones más frecuentes de la vida cotidiana y sus equivalentes en español, un completo resumen de los aspectos más importantes de la gramática de la lengua rumana y un audio con todo el material auditivo.

Please note: This audiobook is in Spanish.

©2007 Difusión, S.L. (P)2009 Difusión, S.L.

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It is ok, but not great.

Sentences are given only once, not repeated, not much time for me to try to say them. addresses and places are based on Spain, which doesn't'make much sense since they say "when you go to a place where they speak Portuguese".