Portuguese 2

This course follows our beginner’s course or assumes previous basic knowledge of the language,  (for example, self-introductions, talking about your family, names of foods, shopping, asking for directions, etc.). By the end of this course, you will have expanded the range of situations which you are able to handle in Portuguese and you will have begun to learn some basic grammar points; you can expect to be understanding more of what people say, and growing in your confidence to respond appropriately.

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Description

Unit 1 - Directions - You will be able to talk about where objects
are in relation to one another and ask for directions to different
places in Portuguese.

Unit 2 - House and home - You will be
able to describe your home in Portuguese and say where in the house and
in particular rooms things are to be found.

Unit 3 - Talking about people - You will be able to describe people, in terms of physical appearance and character.

Unit 4 - Free time - You will be able to talk about common free-time activities in Portuguese, and describe their appeal.

Unit
5 - Places in the world
- You will be able to talk about cities and
countries and where they are in relation to one another; you will also
be able to describe how often you do something.
Unit 6 -
Sickness and health
- You will be able to say how you feel physically
and talk about common medical conditions using Portuguese.

Unit
7 - At the supermarket
- You will be able to describe what you are want
to buy at the supermarket; also how to say that you are right or wrong,
hot or cold, hungry or thirsty.

Unit 8 - At the chemist’s -
You will be able to talk about things you need at the chemist’s in
Portuguese, and both ask for and give reasons for wanting something.

Unit 9 - The big event - You will be able to talk about events and when they take place during the day.

Unit 10 - At the cinema - You will be able to describe a film in Portuguese and relate a simple story.

(Please note that the information here may change slightly, since we
make ongoing revisions to our course material in the light of client
feedback, and may also adjust it to suit the needs of particular
classes.)