Portuguese Lower Intermediate (Year 2)

City, University of London
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Portuguese Lower Intermediate (Year 2):

Taught in Brazillian Portuguese, this language short course is perfect if you have some knowledge of Portuguese and would like to continue learning.

The Portuguese Lower Intermediate (Year 2) course will enable you to communicate with more variation and fluency, so you feel confident in most everyday situations with Portuguese speakers. It aims to broaden understanding of the Portuguese culture and way of life. Challenging but rewarding, the Portuguese Lower Intermediate course is perfectly suited to those looking to improve their skills and knowledge.

The course consists of one evening class a week for a total of 30 weeks; spread across three modules, the Portuguese Lower Intermediate short course is ideal for those with various commitments or working full time.

All of our language short courses are taught by qualified native speakers and delivered at City, University of London’s main campus, in the heart of the capital.

You will build on and advance listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and cover the main points of Portuguese grammar. Communication skills are further enhanced, e.g. dealing with real-life scenarios such as discussing ailments, family and leisure; and you will gain an introduction to work-related situations and further aspects of the culture and way of life.

Additional entry requirements

The Portuguese Lower Intermediate short course is ideal if you have either: - successfully completed the Portuguese Beginners (Year 1) short course - approximately 40-60 hours of prior formal study - a rusty (but good) Portuguese GCSE You should be able to carry out an elementary conversation; talk about yourself (your nationality, where you work, where you live etc.); be able to talk about your daily activities and your hobbies; order in a café; describe a place and give directions; say what you like or dislike You should also have good knowledge of present regular and irregular verbs, prepositions, possessive pronouns and common adverbs of frequency; have some notions of the past tense, the 'near past' (I've just…) and future tenses (I am going to/I will). Modules are taught at progressive levels, starting with Module One in the autumn (October).

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APRIL 2019
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City Of London, EC1V 0HB


6:30pm - 8:30pm


10 weeks


Part time evening


No Qualification


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From: £235

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