Oi!I really like the typing portion and display of Portuguese words with the audio. I want to say out loud the letter of each word. I know how to say the Portuguese alphabet. But, how do I spell out loud the accented a in está? How do I spell out loud...
1 reply - Last post by Liss-Rocket-Languages-Tutor - September 15, 2021
hi guys, could someone tell me which tenses are the most important to know by hard, when you start studying Portugese? thanks in advance !
1 reply - Last post by Anna-R13 - March 19, 2021
Hi Everyone! If you're wondering why some of the Language & Culture lessons have changed recently, it's because we've updated and expanded the content for several topics, including direct and indirect object pronouns; prepositions; and irregular verbs. W...
0 replies - Last post by Liss-Rocket-Languages-Tutor - September 25, 2019
Hi. I have Rocket Spanish Levels i, 11, III. One Of the things I found very helpful was having the grammar books. Are their plans to do a beginners grammar and an advanced level grammar book for the Portuguese course like the Spanish course. Also are they...
1 reply - Last post by Rocket-Languages - April 9, 2017
I am having so much trouble pronouncing the ão diphthong, even after listening to native speakers pronounce it! For example, I have so much trouble saying my friend João's name. Does anyone have a resource or suggestion for learning how to do this sound...
1 reply - Last post by Tereza-P - January 19, 2015
when is it proper to use do que and is it always necessary in this context or optional?
1 reply - Last post by Tereza-P - January 5, 2015
WHAT IS DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SOU EU SOU ESTAOU SAME MEETING IS I AM. PLZ
2 replies - Last post by Tereza-P - September 8, 2014
I have noticed that there are sometimes articles before proper names (such as, A Brittany). If you're writing a sentence in Portuguese and the subject is a proper noun, do you use an article? Por exemplo: A Brittany é uma professora. Brittany é uma pro...
3 replies - Last post by Tereza-P - August 5, 2014
I've noticed in the lessons that Portuguese articles and prepositions all reflect the gender what it is referring to. I am halfway through the program, and still super confused about this. Can you please list the most common articles and prepositions, a...
5 replies - Last post by Tereza-P - June 5, 2014
Hello, I would like to reply to message and wrote in Potruguese the following lines: ============================================ Hi Maria, I am grandson of Vojtech Hron, he was brother of Ladislav Hron. I would like to know more about my uncle Ladisla...
1 reply - Last post by Tereza-P - May 14, 2014
I am on my first lesson and already have a question. When "Como está" is pronounced what I hear is: (phonetically in english): Comb Shta Should I actually be saying an O sound after Comb and do I need to have quick eh sound before Shta? When I say it ...
5 replies - Last post by Rocket-Languages - May 8, 2014
In the phrase "qual é a sua profissão?", what is the meaning and importance of the "a" after "é"?
1 reply - Last post by Tereza-P - November 13, 2013
In lesson 1.3 the question "Com o que?" And "O que você quer?" Confuse me. What is the purpose of the "o" in both theses sentences?
1 reply - Last post by Tereza-P - October 23, 2013
how i learn portuguese ?
9 replies - Last post by Tereza-P - February 23, 2013
how i learn portuguese ?
5 replies - Last post by Tereza-P - December 19, 2012
How can we say in Portuguese? How do you feel now? Do you feel good or bad? Thank you
1 reply - Last post by Tereza-P - July 13, 2012
Are there different ways of saying hello in Portuguese? Is it too informal to say “Oi” when greeting someone I haven’t met before?
6 replies - Last post by Sami-Zaki - July 6, 2012