Colloquial Portuguese of Brazil: The Complete Course for Beginners

Front Cover
Psychology Press, 2002 - Foreign Language Study - 316 pages
0 Reviews

COLLOQUIAL PORTUGUESE OF BRAZIL is easy to use and completely up to date!

Specially written by experienced teachers for self-study or class use, the course offers a step-by-step approach to written and spoken Portuguese of Brazil. No prior knowledge of the language is required.

What makes COLLOQUIAL PORTUGUESE OF BRAZIL your best choice in personal language learning?

Interactive - lots of exercises for regular practice

Clear - concise grammar notes

Practical - useful vocabulary and pronunciation guide

Complete - including answer key and reference section

Whether you're a business traveller, or about to take upa daringchallenge inadventure tourism, you may be studying to teach or even looking forward to a holiday - if you'd like toget up and running with Portuguese of Brazil this rewarding course will take you from complete beginner to confidently putting your language skills to use in a wide range of everyday situations

Course components:

The complete course comprises the book and audio materials. These are available to purchase separately in paperback, ebook, CD and MP3 format. The paperback and CDs can also be purchased together in the great-value Colloquials pack.

Paperback: 978-0-415-27679-5 (please note this does not include the audio)

CDs: 978-0-415-28090-7

eBook: 978-0-203-88918-3 (available to purchase from http://ebookstore.tandf.co.uk/audio_viewbooks.aspx. Please note this does not include the audio)

MP3s: 978-0-415-55156-4 (available to purchase from http://ebookstore.tandf.co.uk/audio_viewbooks.aspx)

Pack: 978-0-415-45393-6 (paperback and CDs)

For the eBook and MP3 pack, please find instructions on how to access the supplementary content for this title in the Prelims section.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

About the author (2002)

Barbara McIntyre worked briefly as a Woman's Page reporter for The New York Herald Tribune before becoming a Long Island housewife and raising five children. She now has nine grandchildren and is delighted to also be a mother-in-law.

Bibliographic information