7 Portuguese Words You’ll Struggle To Pronounce (If You’re Not Brazilian) – Babbel.com

When I first arrived in Brazil I did not know a word of Portuguese. As I spoke Spanish, I thought I would understand, but when I watched my first TV programme I almost cried with disappointment. The toughest was learning the nasal sound that comes with the “ão” words. This article brought back all those sad memories. I sympathise with you beginners. I do.

7 Portuguese words, 7 foreigners, and the challenge of pronouncing the unique sounds of the Portuguese language!

Source: 7 Portuguese Words You’ll Struggle To Pronounce (If You’re Not Brazilian) – Babbel.com

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An Open Letter To Brazil – Mark Manson

(Clique aqui para a versão em português) Dear Brazil, Carnaval is over. The “real” new year is finally beginning. And tomorrow, I will be leaving,…

Source: An Open Letter To Brazil – Mark Manson

Uma Carta Aberta ao Brasil – Mark Manson

(Click here for English version) Querido Brasil, O Carnaval acabou. O “ano novo” finalmente vai começar e eu estou te deixando para voltar para o…

Source: Uma Carta Aberta ao Brasil – Mark Manson

How to Travel Like a Local in Brazil by Bus

For those of you who are planning on traveling by bus to see more of Brazil, I really enjoyed the advice provided in Busbud. It´s pretty simple and straight-forward but great for a first-timer.
How to Travel Like a Local in Brazil by Bus.

Why Brazil Is Its Own Worst Enemy | Daniel Wagner

Any article with a title like this one is bound to be interesting! Must read.

Why Brazil Is Its Own Worst Enemy | Daniel Wagner.

A compact architectural guide to metropolitan São Paulo

http://www.sp2014.net/

Enjoy!

Recommended Article – The World Cup Matters, but Brazil is the last place in the world that should host it.

I really, really recommend this fascinating article by Marcos Carvalho in ESPN FC World Cup Stories published on the Medium website. He manages to summarize just about everything that happened and is happening in Brazil and concludes with something I always insist on: we, Brazilians, must also assume the responsibility of the state our country is in. Perfect article!

The World Cup Matters, but Brazil is the last place in the world that should host it.