European Portuguese language games

The Digital Dialects 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.

Thie page uses European Portuguese, which is quite different from Brazilian Portuguese. For the Brazilian dialect of Portuguese visit the Brazilian Portuguese language learning page. Omniglot's Portuguese section is a decent guide to the differences between European Portuguese and Brazilian portuguese pronounciation.

Portuguese language learning games include:

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.

Numbers in Portuguese - study the numbers from 1-12, 13-20 and 0-100. Add the number words together to choose the correct answer in this basic Portuguese arithmetic quiz.

Colors words - learn the vocabulary for colors with Portuguese audio options.

Fruit and vegetables words - learn 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 builders - two quizzes of 48 words; Vocabulary builder 1 and Vocabulary builder 2. Match the Portuguese word with the corresponding English word.

Mobile and tablet games for Portuguese - the games on this website offered in a format for mobile users. Mostly vocabulary drills and phrases games.

Other Romance language sections with several language acquisition games and native audio on Digital Dialects include the French games, Italian games, Romanian games and Spanish games sections.

Easy Portuguese has basic materials, such as phrases and vocabulary with audio. BBC talk Portuguese similarly offers basic words, phrases and learning guides. Best of luck with your Portuguese studies or travels to Portugal!

 

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