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A Arte Rupestre em Portugal.

Interactive web-based gap-fill cloze exercise testing the knowlege of the past participle and the passive voice used with ser and estar in Portuguese, accompanied by a text describing the discovery of a gallery of Paleolithic art in the Vale do Rio Côa i

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A Espécies Ameaçadas (2).

Interactive web-based quiz testing knowledge of nature vocabulary in Portuguese by classifying individual animals, birds, insects and fish according to their type.

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A Linguagem Digital.

Interactive web-based exercise in Portuguese which requires the learner to convert nouns and adjectives linked with information technology and the internet in the singular form to the plural.

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A Linguagem de Tranquilidade.

Interactive web-based exercise matching synonyms of words associated with stress-busting tranquillity, relaxation and peace.

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A Linguagem do Stress.

Interactive web-based exercise matching synonyms and individual vocabulary items associated with the causes of stress in today's society.

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A Reação e a Mudança.

Interactive web-based exercise in European and Brazilian Portuguese which matches nouns associated with the causes of stress in conemporary society with their corresponding verbs.

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A Revolução Digital.

Interactive web-based cloze exercise in Portuguese which comines a brief account of the benefits of the Internet with practice of the personal or inflected infinitive.

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As Causas do Stress.

An interactive web-based gap fill cloze exercise in European Portuguese inviting learners of Portuguese to match individual vocabulary items with longer sentences describing stress-causing phenomena in contemporary life.

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As Espécies Ameaçadas (1).

Interactive web-based quiz testing knowledge of nature vocabulary in Portuguese: animal, bird and reptile species.

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As Mulheres No Mercado do Trabalho.

Interactive web-based cloze exercise in Portuguese which combines a brief account of the changing status of women in employment with practice of the perfect continuous tense (the auxiliary verb ter in the present tense plus the past participle).

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As Profissões e Os Seus Lugares.

Matching exercise in Portuguese which requires the learner to match various professions with their places of employment.

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Bolos de Amor.

Interactive web-based gap-fill cloze exercise in the form of a recipe, testing the formal command form in Portguese, or imperative.

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Brazil's Urban Environments.

Images of urban environments in Brazil: a view of downtown Sao Paulo from Oscar Niermeyer's Edificio Copan; a view of Cidade Tiradentes, Latin America's largest housing complex located to the east of São Paulo;a view of the favela complex of Alemão in Rio de Janeiro's Zona Norte; the Viaduto Santa Efigênia in downtown São Paulo; and Leblon in Rio de janeiro's Zona Sul

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Carne de Porco à Alentejana.

Interactive web-based gap-fill cloze exercise in the form of a recipe of one famous Portuguese dish, and testing food vocabulary.

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Carnes, Peixes Frutas e Legumes.

Interactive, web-based multiple-choice exercise testing knowledge of individual vocabulary items in Portuguese to do with food: meat, vegetables, fruit, herbs and shell-fish.

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Chocolate e Mel.

Interactive web-based multiple-choice exercise which tests knowledge of food vocabulary in Portuguese by matching individual food items such as chocolate and yogurt with the raw ingredients they are made of.

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Ideias Para Salvar o Planeta.

Interactive web-based gap-fill cloze exercise in Portuguese testing knowledge of the future subjunctive verb tense in the context of advice on environmentally-friendly practices.

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O Candomblé é uma religião afro-brasileira.

This illustrated podcast in Portuguese was created by Emilia Kroprowska ,a student of Spanish and Latin American Studies at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth, as a part of a research project entitled ‘The Role of Student

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O Candomblé é uma religião afro-brasileira (text).

This text is the transcript of the podcast 'O Candomblé é uma religião afro-brasileira' created by Emilia Kroprowska at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth, as a part of a research project entitled ‘The Role of Student

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O Emprego Flexível e o Trabalho à Distância.

Interactive web-based cloze exercise in Portuguese which combines a brief account of the way changing technologies are changing the concept of the work-place with relevant vocuabulary practice.

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O papel do sacrifício no Candomblé.

This illustrated podcast in Portuguese was created by Emilia Kroprowska ,a student of Spanish and Latin American Studies at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth, as a part of a research project entitled ‘The Role of Student

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O papel do sacrifício no Candomblé (text).

This text in Portuguese accompanies the illustrated podcast 'O papel do sacrifício no Candomblé' and was created and researched by Emilia Kroprowska ,a student of Spanish and Latin American Studies at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University

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O papel dos orixás no Candomblé.

This illustrated podcast in Portuguese was created by Emilia Kropowska, a student of Spanish and Latin American Studies at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth, as a part of a research project entitled 'The Role of Student Au

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O papel dos orixás no Candomblé (text).

This text in Portuguese accompanies the podcast 'O papel dos orixás no Candomblé' and was created by Emilia Kropowska, a student of Spanish and Latin American Studies at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth, as a part of a

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O que é a Umbanda?

This illustrated podcast in Portuguese was created by Emilia Kroprowska , a student of Spanish and Latin American Studies at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth, as a part of a research project entitled ‘The Role of Studen

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O que é a Umbanda? (Text).

This illustrated text in Portuguese accompanies the podcast 'O que é A Umbanda?' created by Emilia Kroprowska , a student of Spanish and Latin American Studies at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth, as a part of a research

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O que é o Candomblé?

This illustrated podcast in Portuguese was created by Emilia Kroprowska, a student of Spanish and Latin American Studies at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth, as a part of a research project entitled ‘The Role of Student

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O que é o Candomblé? (text).

This text accompanies the podcast 'O que é o Candomblé? and wascreated by Emilia Kroprowska, a student of Spanish and Latin American Studies at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth, as a part of a research project entitled

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Os Nomes do Ambiente.

Interactive web-based quiz testing knowedge of nouns in Portuguese, their endings and genders, by selecting the correct definite article to go with an individual noun to do with nature and the environment.

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Plantas, Flores, Aves e Bichos.

Web-based interactive multiple-choice exercise in Portuguese testing knowledge of vocuabulary to do with nature: trees, birds, insects, flowers and animals.

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Portuguese Nouns and Their Genders Checklist.

A noun is a part of speech that describes a thing, person, place, event, concept or other substance or entity. Nouns in Portuguese are either masculine or feminine; the neuter, or genderless noun, has died out. In a great number of cases, it is usually possible to tell the gender of the noun from its ending. This document indicates whether a noun, or subset of nouns, are masculine or feminine, together with other groups of nouns which take an invariable masculine or feminine form, but may refer to persons or other entities of either gender.

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Portuguese Nouns and Their Plurals Checklist.

Nouns in Portuguese take different forms in the singular (one) and the plural (more than one). In the majority of cases the formation of the plural is based on the singular form, with a change in ending. In the great majority of cases these changes are based on certain rules, which are summarised in this document for easy reference.

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Preconceitos do Brasil.

This illustrated podcast in Portuguese was created by James Letts, a student of Spanish and Latin American Studies at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth, as a part of a research project entitled ‘The Role of Student Audio

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Preconceitos do Brasil (Text).

This text in Portuguese and its English translation accompanies the illustrated podcast in Portuguese 'Preconceitos do Brasil' created by James Letts, a student of Spanish and Latin American Studies at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University

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Spices of Portugal.

Interactive web-based exercise in the form of a crossword which tests knowledge of the names of spices in Portuguese: pepper, saffron, clove.

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The Formal Command or Imperative Form in Portuguese.

An cloze exercise in Word format testing the student's knowledge of the formal imperative or command form in Portuguese, conjugated in exactly the same way as the present subjunctive tense. This is embedded in a series of sentences giving advice on how to get on in the world of employment. This document can be adapted for a class-based activity: once they have mastered this particular grammar point, the students complete the sentences below by converting the infinitive form in brackets to the formal imperative.

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The Formal Command or Imperative Form in Portuguese (Interactive).

An interactive web-based cloze exercise in Hot Potatoes format testing the student's knowledge of the formal imperative or command form in Portuguese, conjugated in exactly the same way as the present subjunctive tense. This is embedded in a series of sentences giving advice on how to get on in the world of employment. This web page can be used for an independent learning activity: once they have mastered this particular grammar point, the students complete the sentences below by converting the infinitive form in brackets to the formal imperative.

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The Formation and Use of the Personal or Inflected Infinitive in Portuguese.

This file is a teaching document intended to clarify the principal uses of the personal or inflected infinitive , with examples, in a class for intermediate to advanced students of Portuguese. It can also be used as a self-study resource.

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The Uses of the Definite and Indefinite Article in Portuguese.

This document is a reference sheet charting when and how the definite article and indefinite article are used or not used in Portuguese with nouns they qualify. The definite article corresponds to the English “the” and refers to a specific noun or nouns (e.g., “Have you laid the table?”) The indefinite article, corresponds to the English “a/an”. It can also translate as “some” or “any” in Portuguese. It refers to a non-specific noun or nouns (e.g., I bought a book).

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Vitaminas e Minerais.

Interactive web-based exercise in European and Brazilian Portuguese matching vitamins and minerals with the foods containing these nutrients

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This list was generated on Tue Jul 11 15:49:01 2017 BST.