Brazilian Portuguese language games
The Digital Dialects Brazilian Portuguese language page features online games with audio for students of European Portuguese as a foreign language. Quizzes are free to use, do not require registration, and are suitable for all ages. Materials are of most use to beginner students or travelers to Portugal, though those with some familiarity with the language should to try the Brazilian Portuguese spelling games.
Thie page uses Brazilian Portuguese, which is quite different from European Portuguese. For the European form of Portuguese visit the European Portuguese language learning page. Omniglot's Portuguese section is a decent guide to the differences between European Portuguese and Brazilian portuguese pronounciation.
Brazilian Portuguese language learning games include:
Brazilian Portuguese phrases - 17 of the most commonly used phrases and greetings in the Portuguese language, such as 'how are you?' and 'where are you from?'. The essentials for beginning to speak with Portuguese people.
Colors words - learn the vocabulary for colors with Portuguese audio options.
Fruit and vegetables words - learn Brazilian Portuguese fruit and vegetables in a simple quiz with audio included. For beginner students and those needing to go grocery shopping in Portugal.
Animals words - study the words for animals in Portuguese language. Match pictures of animals with the Portuguese word.
Vocabulary quizzes - two games with vocabulary lists and audio, each of which contains 33 Brazilian Portuguese words. Beginners may wish to first take the simpler quiz with 17 words. Choose either Vocabulary game 1 or Vocabulary game 2.
Verbs - infinitive form. List of words with audio and quiz. Learn some of the most useful verbs in the Portuguese language.
Portuguese spelling games - this Brazilian Portuguese words spelling section currently offers three quizzes for spelling Portuguese words; colors, animals and general vocabulary.
Mobile and tablet games for Brazilian Portuguese - the games on this website offered in a format for mobile users. Mostly vocabulary drills and phrases games.
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