Best Atualidade podcasts we could find (Updated November 2018)
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Salvador and Mariana (– no, Adriana! –) visit a hair salon to freshen up their looks, but quickly find themselves in a hairy situation! In this episode, you’ll learn lots of new vocabulary and expressions that should come in handy the next time you find yourself going under the scissors…
 
Today we revisit Diálogo 29 to discuss some of the vocabulary and expressions surrounding the Portuguese housing market. There’s also an extra listening challenge waiting for you in the second half, so stick around!
 
In this episode, we explore the Portuguese apartment rental market with James, a young adult of Portuguese descent looking for a new place. To find some leads, he recruits the help of his friend, Luís. However, Luís happens to be going through a bit of drama with his ex-girlfriend, so let’s see if he’s able […]…
 
After listening to our last podcast on foreign words derived from Portuguese, a Japanese member, Ryoko, came to our rescue with recordings of every Japanese word we mentioned, plus a bunch of new ones for good measure. Join us as we explore surprising similarities between Japanese and Portuguese in this bonus episode! (“Arigato” once again […]…
 
In this unscripted dialogue between Rui and Joel, we discover words in English, Spanish, French and Japanese that apparently derived from Portuguese vocabulary… Come for the comprehension practice, stay for the butchered non-Portuguese pronunciations!
 
Hoping for a calm, vegetarian dining experience at a local Portuguese restaurant, Sr. John gets thrown off guard by unprofessional service and a problem with his order! Find out how he deals with these challenges, and learn lots of vocabulary and expressions to use the next time you’re dining out.
 
“Ronaldo” is one of the first names that pop up when discussing Portugal, wherever you are in the world. Regarded as one of the most important football/soccer players of all time, he’s earned his place as not only a top Portuguese celebrity, but also as an important symbol of the country. Neither Rui nor Joel […]…
 
Today we learn about one of the most important symbols of Portuguese culture, found all over the walls and buildings throughout the country – azulejos (tiles). As always, we explore new vocabulary and grammar, and correct more of Joel’s “pronúncia de estrangeiro!”
 
Our fabulously fictional Portuguese family is back (with peculiarly different voices 😂) and this time, they’re considering adding a new member. We explore new vocabulary surrounding food, animals and more, and also run into some new usage examples of the conjunctive and conditional moods. And just like in the last episode, Rui continues to help […]…
 
In this episode, we learn about one of Portugal’s most important symbols and main exports: cork! We explore tons of new vocabulary, and later, for your benefit, Rui humbles Joel by tearing apart his pronunciation skills!
 
Today, our fictional Portuguese family is subjected to some of the grammar you’ll find around the B2 Intermediate level, including the “conjuntivo” verb mood. Since the mother is sick, the father has to improvise with preparing dinner himself, all while taking care of the kids. Will it be as easy as he thinks, or will […]…
 
Update: April 10, 2018 – As a gift to us and all Practice Portuguese fans, our friend Wayne Wilson has turned this episode into a fully-animated cartoon. The video is free for everyone to watch, plus our supporting Members get access to a special version with subtitles for improving comprehension. Telephone and Internet service companies […]…
 
After our very challenging Diálogo, dedicated to the Algarvian dialect, we decided to record a follow-up discussion with Eliana, (who voiced the Algarvian characters). She will help us understand a bit better some of the difficult terms and expressions that came up in that episode, and how they’re typically used in the region.…
 
In what might possibly be our most ambitious Diálogo to date, we explore some of the delightful bureaucracy that surrounds obtaining a residency permit in Portugal. With Michael (our special guest estrangeiro) moving to Algarve, we get a chance to explore some of the vocabulary and pronunciation quirks that set this region apart from the […]…
 
Discover the beautiful ballad that unexpectedly swept Europe off its feet in the Eurovision 2017 song contest: “Amar Pelos Dois”, by Salvador Sobral. After 53 years of competing, this marks Portugal’s first victory ever! With the help of a special guest, Rui and Joel explore the meaning behind these Portuguese lyrics as well as what set […]…
 
This episode is a collaboration featuring Tatiana Ribeiro, a Portuguese teacher (and fan of the project) from Brazil, currently living Italy! She recorded with us and also wrote the dialogue, which takes place in a café in Portugal. Since we all know jokes are funnier after they’re explained in exhaustive detail, Rui and Joel discuss […]…
 
We’re back with another classic Portuguese tale, this time with the story of a Moorish king after the heart of a humble, female shepherd. Will he win her heart, despite their different religious backgrounds? How will they survive when the Christians come to take over the castle and land? Listen and find out!…
 
In this video, Joel (o Canadiano) interviews Pedro, a personal trainer in Lisboa. When he saw which videos and website his Greek girlfriend was using to learn Portuguese, he immediately recognized Rui and Joel as members of the gym! Instead of just taking a photo together, we decided it would be a bigger surprise for […]…
 
Márcio o Brasileiro calls in once again to everyone’s favourite Portuguese pizzeria, but this time to ask the owner for a job. Will they be able to overcome their cultural differences and work together? Have a listen and find out in this 3rd episode of Pizza Na Hora!
 
What could be better than a holiday episode in January? (Just about anything!) Listen to find out what happened to Rui that delayed this episode… and be extra prepared for when the holidays come around again in about 355 days! We also discuss some quirky traditions and superstitions that Portuguese natives take part in during […]…
 
In this Lenda (tale), we explore a famous Portuguese tale of a woman… with goat feet! She manages to keep the secret hidden her entire life, until a nobleman falls in love with her and learns the truth. (special thanks to Luís Relógio for writing this episode!)
 
A few days ago, Joel overheard some enthusiastic Portuguese natives talking about how António Guterres had been chosen as the new secretary-general of the United Nations. So in this episode, we take the opportunity to explore António’s life and the experiences that led up to this proud moment in Portugal’s history!…
 
Outdoor concert festivals are fun and everything… until someone goes missing! In this dialogue, a Canadian named Fred gets worried when his Portuguese friend João disappears unexpectedly. He attempts to file a police report in the middle of the night with an unhelpful officer who’d rather continue napping.…
 
Attention Practice Portuguese podcast subscribers! This is not a regular podcast episode, but a special announcement to tell you about a 3-part video series we’re launching starting today. Check out the first lesson now: practiceportuguese.com/words. In these 3 lessons, we aim to solve a few of the biggest challenges our members run into when l ...…
 
Today’s destination is Morroco, as we cover tons of new vocabulary to prepare you for wherever your future travels take you! Follow our journey through the airport, airplane, and all through the ancient city of Marrakesh. (Featuring a very special guest, Ana Coimbra, Rui’s mãe!)
 
In this second half of “Portugal Campeão“, we continue to celebrate Portugal’s futebol victory! Just like the last few episodes, we discuss vocabulary and grammar useful in every day life, even if (like us) you don’t follow sports! Make sure to listen until the end where Rui gets a little bit hyper… and musical! (Too much […]…
 
We celebrate Portugal’s futebol victory with a play-by-play of how it all went down, including tons of useful expressions and vocabulary, soccer/football related and otherwise. With Rui and Joel’s lack of sports knowledge (sports experts, you’ve been warned), we hope this episode is as educational as it is wacky! Show up for the multiple musica ...…
 
Marco and Ana take their kids to the “supermercado”, giving us an opportunity to learn some new vocabulary surrounding food. First, Rui reads the entire article all the way through, then Rui and Joel split the text into sections to discuss vocabulary, Portuguese culture, and useful expressions you’ll hear on a daily basis while in […]…
 
Estás a iniciar a tua aprendizagem de português? Este episódio é perfeito para ti! É de nível A1/A2 com vocabulário e gramática simples, mas lido por um nativo, por isso ideal para todos os niveis praticarem a sua pronúncia e compreensão oral! Para além disso, sempre que comentamos o texto, aproveitamos para ensinar algumas expressões […]…
 
Falar de limpeza, ou mesmo da extinção dos dinossauros, são sempre bons pretextos para praticar português europeu!
 
Estás desempregado em Portugal e não sabes o que dizer numa entrevista de emprego? Este episódio pode ser para ti! A ideia surgiu a partir de um email de um membro (Obrigado Oleg!) que gostaria de ouvir um diálogo mais formal e num contexto profissional. Esta é a nossa versão, esperemos que gostem!
 
No início tínhamos os artigos e os diálogos. Depois vieram as lendas e agora chegaram as Actualidades: Um menino que não pode ler, Um ministro que compra ténis a um vagabundo, Uma notícia que “puxa a brasa à nossa sardinha“… Puxa o quê!? Não sabes? Pois, mas podes aprender! Testa o teu português, e a […]…
 
Já conheces a lenda da Rainha Santa, uma das mais bonitas lendas portuguesas? Ela fala-nos de um milagre, mas o mais importante é a mensagem de solidariedade que ela nos deixa. (Com a participação da Ana Coimbra e Rui Coimbra Sénior!)
 
É o primeiro episódio atualidades! Neste novo formato vamos partilhar as notícias mais comentadas da semana. Vão ser episódios mais dinâmicos, em que Rui e o Joel participam em simultâneo. Estão prontos?
 
O Natal em Portugal. Os hábitos, as tradições e os pratos típicos. Descobre tudo num texto a duas velocidades. Lento pra que possas entender, rápido pra que possas praticar!
 
February 2017 Update: Wayne, the talented animator and good friend of Practice Portuguese, is back at it again with this animated reimagining of this formerly audio-only episode. Hope you like! A verdade faz milagres. Descubra como em mais uma lenda Portuguesa. Será verdade ou apenas um mito?
 
Update: January 12, 2018 – As a gift to us and all Practice Portuguese fans, our friend Wayne Wilson has turned this episode into a fully-animated cartoon. The video is free for everyone to watch, plus our supporting Members get access to a special version with subtitles for improving comprehension. ~~~ Getting sick can cause pain […]…
 
Como o berço da civilização ocidental se transformou numa das maiores preocupações mundiais do momento.
 
Este episódio conta-nos uma história onde o amor transforma o impossível em possível. Apesar de se tratar de uma lenda gostamos de acreditar que amores destes podem existir.
 
Neste artigo ouve a descrição em português da tragédia que ocorreu no Nepal. Estas foram as notícias que chegaram a Portugal. Se quiseres ajudar aqueles que foram afetados pelo terramoto, vai ao site da Cruz vermelha do Nepal, nrcs.org e faz o teu donativo.
 
Acompanha o novo projeto do Joel. Comprar uma mota para conduzir em Lisboa. Será mais fácil que apanhar um táxi? Será que o Joel já sabe fazer negócios em português? Vrum vrum!
 
Um episódio que conta a história de amor de Pedro e Inês, tão tragica quanto verdadeira. Um episódio com reis princesas e castelo onde toda a família se juntou para dar voz as personagens!
 
Portugal é Sintra também, e Sintra é os seus palácios, lendas e caminhos perdidos. Se precisas de uma razão para visitar Lisboa então Sintra é a única razão que precisas.
 
O Rui e a Avó passeiam de carro e falam sobre o melhor de Portugal, o Natal e as greves da TAP. E descobre ainda o uso secreto que a avó dá aos sabonettes!
 
Se conheces Portugal conheces o Fado e o que representa para os portugueses. Mas conhecerás realmente esta música tradicional? Testa os teus conhecimentos acerca do Fado e pratica a tua compreensão oral num episódio a duas velocidades e adequado para quem está a começar a aprender português.
 
O Joel vai ao cinema e tem de fazer várias decisões, algumas mais fáceis do que outras. Será que o seu português melhorou?
 
Ouve o que a minha avó acha da minha profissão e como ela gere o seu dinheiro, x para aqui, x para acolá!
 
Descobre o que os turistas andam a fazer no Brasil durante o Mundial de 2014 e o que os brasileiros pensam disso!
 
O Joel quer viajar na Europa e decide aceitar uma sugestão muito interessante. Será que conheces esta cidade polaca? Qual a tua cidade europeia preferida?
 
O Canadiano está de volta! O Joel ainda vive em Lisboa e desta vez quer inscrever-se num ginásio. Será que o português dele melhorou?
 
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