I lived in Brazil as an exchange student and am fluent in the Brazilian form of the Portuguese language. I can also fluently understand Spanish, so I should be able to help with Spanish questions too.
I lived in Brazil as an exchange student and continue to practice Portuguese and Spanish with my friends from South America.
Rotary Youth Exchange Program
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Honors French And Spanish classes, high school high honors graduate, advanced English classes in college, Rotary ROTEX volunteer
My passion in life is learning lanugages. My goal is to learn as many as possible in my lifetime. Portuguese is a beautiful and difficult language and I'm proud to speak it.
As I said, I hope to become fluent in as many languages as possible. My dreams are to either work as an ambassador or professional translator.
Portuguese is actually remarkably similar to Spanish and Italian. I can read and understand those two languages fluently. I cannot speak or write Italian, however.
umm... the word "pinto" which is a car or a bean here in america actually means "penis" in brazilian portuguese!
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