• Cooking with a recipe, expressing skills and abilities, describing apartments, numbers from 100 to 999

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    Você traz os ingredientes? Part 1

    1. to talk about a shopping list
    2. specified measurements
    3. the verbs "trazer" and "levar"
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    Você traz os ingredientes? Part 2

    1. to talk about recipes
    2. regular verbs ending in "-ir"
    3. numbers from 100 to 999
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    Você traz os ingredientes? Review

    1. the vocabulary from the last two lessons
    2. the verbs "trazer" and "levar"
    3. regular verbs ending in "-ir"
    4. numbers from 100 to 999
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    Brazilian Portuguese Pronunciation: open and closed vowels

    1. how to pronounce vowels with ^ and ´ accents
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    Eu adoro esporte. Part 1

    1. to talk about sports in your leisure time
    2. the forms and meanings of "saber"
    3. regular adverbs
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    Eu adoro esporte. Part 2

    1. to make arrangements
    2. the forms and meanings of "poder"
    3. the use of "poder" and "saber"
    4. some irregular adverbs
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    Eu adoro esporte. Review

    1. the vocabulary from the last two lessons
    2. the forms and use of "saber" and "poder"
    3. regular and irregular adverbs
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    The Brazilian pronunciation of: "d" and "t"

    1. how the "d" and "t" are sometimes pronounced
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    Vamos só olhar esses anúncios. Part 1

    1. to describe an apartment
    2. the form of "aquele"
    3. the use of "esse" and "aquele"
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    Vamos só olhar esses anúncios. Part 2

    1. where something is located
    2. a few pieces of furniture
    3. the contraction of "aquele" and "esse" with "em"
    4. the use of "por" and "para"
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    Vamos só olhar esses anúncios. Review

    1. the vocabulary from the last two lessons
    2. the use of "aquele" and "esse"
    3. the forms of "naquele" and "nesse"
    4. the use of "por" and "para"
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