All European languages follow the CEFR, Common European Framework of References for languages. The CEFR organizes language proficiency in six levels, A1 to C2. Currently we offer each level from A1 to B2. If you are looking for a higher level, please write to us with your specific requirements.

We recommend A1 if you are just exploring the language.

We recommend a B2 or C1 if you are looking to teach or secure a job in which the language will be your primary mode of communication.

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This course includes:

A1 - A2

2 Levels

Course duration


Course Material

Study pack

Access to Online Resources

Why Portuguese?
1. Widely Spoken Language in Developing Economies
Portuguese is a prevalent language in countries such as Brazil, Spain, France, Portugal, Luxembourg, various African nations, Macau, Angola, Cape Verde, East Timor, Equatorial Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, and São Tomé and Príncipe. Given that these countries are experiencing economic growth, multinational corporations are likely to focus on these regions. So, why not position yourself ahead of this trend?

2. Expand your career horizons

Despite the large number of native speakers, few people choose to learn Portuguese as a second language. This means that you can set yourself apart by picking up this new language and improving your job prospects. With Portuguese on your CV, you will be more eligible for jobs in international organisations such as the European Union, the World Health Organisation, the African Union, the Organisation of American States, MERCOSUL, and the Community of Portuguese Language Countries. Moreover India and Brazil also share a close relationship through bilateral ties and international forums, so there is scope for jobs in India as well with knowledge of Portuguese.
3. Easy to learn
Portuguese is an easy language to pick up, especially if you have already learned Spanish. The two languages share many similarities, and even if this is your first shot at a European language, the grammar, conjugations, and vocabulary are fairly simple. You can transfer this knowledge and easily understand Spanish as well because of the commonalities.
4. Ideal place for Digital Nomads
With an emerging tech industry in Lisbon, Portugal is a great place for those working remotely. The enchanting beaches, fantastic weather, low cost of living, and laid-back lifestyle make it an incredible option for those who have the flexibility to work remotely. It has become a popular destination for expats, entrepreneurs, retirees, tech specialities, and digital nomads.
4. Appreciate Art, Culture, and Music
Learning Portuguese is a great option for those who appreciate the arts. There are a number of musical genres originating from this region such as bossa nova, samba, and funk carioca. Moreover, Portuguese is the mother tongue of writers like Paolo Coelho and José Saramago, so you can enjoy classics in their original form.
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Oral Communication

  • Addressing people in formal and informal ways
  • Giving and asking for personal information
  • Talking about likes and dislikes
  • Expressing feelings
  • Asking for and telling the time
  • Talking about present actions
  • Talking about the family
  • Ordering food in a coffee shop
  • Describing people (Ficar bem, etc)
  • Describing home and places
  • Asking for and giving directions
  • Understanding and giving instructions
  • Asking for things in a shop like the price


  • Definite and indefinite articles
  • Subject pronouns, demonstrative and possessive pronouns, some interrogative pronouns
  • Nouns gender and number
  • Adjective position, gender and number (adjective agreement)
  • Idiomatic expressions
  • Prepositions and articles, some contractions (em+o=no, etc.)
  • Verbs: Simple present of ser, estar, ter, gostar and some other regular verbs
  • Contrastive use of ser and estar
  • Present continuous vs Simple Present
  • Near Future (ir + Infinitive)
  • Andar de/ em (with transport)
  • Adverbs of manner and frequency (sempre/ nunca/ às vezes/ muitas vezes/ frequentemente)
  • Quantifiers muito/ bastante
  • Até
  • Reflexive and object pronouns,
  • Adjectives comparative and superlative forms + (demais e demasiado)
  • Andar em Andar + adjective (triste/ feliz, etc.)
  • Adverbs of frequency; adverbs of place and time Prepositions of place and time (contractions)
  • The Simple Present (irregular verbs) and the Simple Past of regular and irregular verbs Imperative affirmative/ regular verbs
  • Isto/ isso/ aquilo
  • Por/ para/ a/ desde/ há

Socio-Cultural Aspects

  • Personal identification and description.
  • Social formulas: differences between formal and informal treatment.
  • Family and parental ties.
  • Housing: the house and its divisions.
  • Shopping and leisure: ask for products on display in shops and simple information about them.
  • Location of people and objects.
  • Health and personal care.
  • Public services.
  • Answer routine questions/to instructions at border posts by providing the required information.
  • Request information/instructions, in a simple manner, on directions and movement within walking distance or using public transport.
  • In a tourist situation, ask for simple information related to a place, a monument.
  • participate in a simple conversation, in an informal situation, about personal experiences, the sphere of interest, current events, and expressing opinions and feelings.

Oral Communication

  • Inviting people to a party
  • Talking about Christmas time
  • Talking about important moments in the past
  • Talking about past actions and personal experiences
  • Talking about holidays abroad
  • Giving opinions, (dis)agreeing
  • Talking about repetitive actions in the past
  • Making comparisons
  • Telling someone about a trip
  • Talking about past times
  • Discussing the weather
  • Give and ask for personal information, professional nature and leisure time
  • Talk about events that began in the past and continue to this day
  • Talk about habitual actions in the past
  • Talk about the weather and its consequences
  • Tell the story of a movie
  • Understand announcements and advertising brochures


  • Simple past
  • Pronouns
  • Synonyms
  • Past Imperfect
  • Comparatives
  • Direct object pronouns
  • Personal Infinitive
  • Imperative
  • Compound verbs
  • Por and para
  • Collective Nouns
  • Double Participles
  • Gerund
  • Invariable relative pronouns: “que”, “quem”, “onde”
  • Variable relative pronouns: “cujo/a/os/as”, “o/a qual”, “os/as quais”
  • Placement of the Personal Pronouns
  • Possessives without article
  • Pronominal Contraction
  • Pronominal position
  • Suffixes: “-aria“, “-eiro“, “-or“, “-ista“
  • Use of “você”
  • Verb “Estar” + Gerund
  • Verb “Ir” + Gerund
  • Prefixation of Portuguese words
  • Expressões do doubt: “Será que”…?
  • Imperfect tense
  • Past participle (regular and irregular)
  • Personal Infinitive
  • Pluperfect Tense

Socio-Cultural Aspects

  • Writing and reading letters and postcards
  • Writing CVs
  • Interviewing people
  • Talking about repetitive actions in the past 1
  • Make simple complaints/observations, for example, about food, accommodation, etc.
  • Ask for information and make simple requests at the post office or bank.
  • Give basic information about a health problem.
  • ask for help in emergency situations.
  • Book (face-to-face) a room at a hotel or equivalent space, ask simple factual questions about accommodation and make simple remarks/complaints about the service.
  • Understand general information on exhibited products.
  • Understand notes/memo messages, postcards.
  • Identify the sections of newspapers/magazines, like, for example, sports, and classified ads.
  • Understand the basic information of a news article, classified ads and simple captions of a newspaper.
  • Take part in simple communicative exchanges, generating social relations: greeting, thanking, asking/giving information about someone, congratulating.

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