*Ler para Querer*
If you really want to learn
 European Portuguese, you shouldn't miss this.

Join me for my FREE series of reading in Portuguese taking place on January 17th, 24th and 31st at 3pm (Lisbon time) via Zoom.

I'll help you see the patterns in the grammar and language use through books, food labels, story card games, IG posts, board games instructions and so much more!

Check your inbox (spam too) for more info on these sessions. Até lá!

In these sessions you will learn:

#Read | #The Portuguese | #Around you | #With a helping hand

FIND

comic books, teen books

PATTERNS

novels,

THROUGH

board games instructions, story card games,

READING

even food labels and IG posts will do.

Each session will cover different levels.

10 foreign languages.
Now back to the first.

Olá, sou a Catarina
My dad says I only started talking when I was three, which means I spent three years and a few months (in utero) practically just listening. I continued throughout life with my hyper listening skills and learnt ten more languages*.

Some I can speak better than others (one needs time for daily chores too, right?), but the amazing thing is I can understand some Russian and Macedonian, even though I never studied them. After almost 15 years living abroad, I am now back in Portugal, rediscovering my own language. I'm ready to help YOU find your voice in Portuguese. Shall we?

*before you ask... that's English, French, Italian, Polish, Dutch, Spanish, Swedish, Frisian, German, Mandarin.
Write your awesome label here.

Here's what some of the first unschoolers have to say about the + Portuguese Program:

"I am now able to read Portuguese 10 times better than the start of the class, because I understand what I’m looking at. Also, I notice that when I watch videos, I am able to hear what people are saying MUCH BETTER. I don’t understand everything yet, but I get about 75% if I set the video to play at slow speed so my brain has time to translate. Before joining the Program, listening to natives speakers talk was all a blur except for “obrigada” and “sim”!"
Domini Dragoone
"In many ways, the program to me felt like an assortment of meetings in which we explored and interacted with the language and its cultural facets and in the process, internalized the base necessary for being speakers of Portuguese ourselves. [...] I can communicate what I want using simple speech and do not feel like a stranger while speaking the language anymore. "
Prapti Panda
"I think you chose a good mix of content, and it all was presented in an engaging way. It seemed to expose us to relevant features of contemporary Portuguese society, which is also a great way to stimulate further interest in the world beyond the language. You mix it up with poetry, YouTube videos, and other media to spice it up."
John McNertney