Boost your Portuguese with Graded Readers
Increase your vocabulary and improve your reading fluency with a story adapted to intermediate readers.
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Benefits and importance of reading in a foreign language:
- You’ll improve your reading – you’ll only read fluently by… reading!
- You’ll become a better writer.
- You’ll have a good time reading a book in Brazilian Portuguese, and that’s an accomplishment!
- You’ll feel rewarded of finishing a book in a foreign language!
- And the obvious: you’ll learn new vocabulary in context.
It's not only about hard work!
I’m a fan of doing enjoyable activities to practice a foreign language. Quick example: follow a cooking video in your target language to prepare food. Or read a book!
I believe when you choose a book to read, it’s because you want to enjoy it and relax. And this is what I want with “Quando o passado bate à porta”. I want you to relax and read in Portuguese!
If you are afraid you won’t understand the story, don’t worry! I’m sure that as you progress in the book, it’ll get easier and easier.
“Quando o passado bate à porta” is a book for Intermediate students (B1 and B2) and you’ll learn new words, expressions, and collocations, just the way Brazilians speak! Hmm… and do you know anything about Brazilian colonial cities?
I was born in São Paulo, Brazil in 1980 and graduated in Letras – Português/Inglês.
Right now, I’m a full time online Portuguese teacher who likes to create and write blogs and books to Brazilian Portuguese learners.
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Quando o passado bate à porta
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