• Asking people how they are, ordering and paying for drinks, talking about family, numbers from 1 to 10

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    Como vai? Part 1

    asking how someone is the verbs "ser" and "estar" (to be)

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    Como vai? Part 2

    more ways to discuss how someone feels adjectives and adjective endings

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    Como vai? Review

    the vocabulary from the last lessons forms of the verbs "ser" and "estar"

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    Brazilian Portuguese Pronunciation: "c", "ç", and "q"

    how to pronounce the Brazilian "c", "ç", and "qu"

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    Para mim, só um café. Part 1

    ordering drinks regular verbs ending in "er" such as "beber" (to drink)

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    Para mim, só um café. Part 2

    Portuguese numbers one to ten

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    Para mim, só um café. Part 3

    paying for drinks regular verbs and verb endings

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    Para mim, só um café. Review

    the vocabulary from the last lessons verb endings

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    Brazilian Portuguese Pronunciation: Nasal Sounds

    how to pronounce the special Brazilian nasal sounds

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    Pais e filhos. Part 1

    discussing relationships possessive determiners

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    Pais e filhos. Part 2

    discussing family members indicating possession with "de" + pronoun

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    Pais e filhos. Review

    the vocabulary from the last lessons possessive determiners with and without "de"

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    Brazilian Portuguese Pronunciation: "r"

    how to pronounce the Brazilian "r"

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