• Describing people, ordinal numbers 1 to 10, speaking about things in the past, talking about films

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    Ano novo, vida nova! Part 1

    to talk about last year a few of the months and the date the use of the "pretérito perfeito simples" the "pretérito perfeito simples" of regular "-ar" verbs

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    Ano novo, vida nova! Part 2

    to describe a trip a few of the months and the date the "pretérito perfeito simples" of regular verbs ending in "-er" and "-ir"

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    Ano novo, vida nova! Review

    the vocabulary from the last two lessons the forms of the "pretérito perfeito simples"

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    The Brazilian pronunciation of: "j" and "v"

    how "j" and "v" are pronounced

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    Eu estou completando meu perfil. Part 1

    to describe a person's appearance the ordinal numbers 1-10 relative clauses

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    Eu estou completando meu perfil. Part 2

    to talk about character traits to ask someone questions question words the question word "qual"

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    Eu estou completando meu perfil. Review

    the vocabulary of the last two lessons the agreement of ordinal numbers relative clauses question words

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    The Brazilian pronunciation of: "o"

    when the "o" is pronounced like "u", and when it is an open or closed "o"

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    Que tipo de filme você vê? Part 1

    how to talk about different kinds of films the irregular forms of "ver" in the past the forms and use of "muito"

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    Que tipo de filme você vê? Part 2

    how to classify films "ver" {to see} in the "pretérito perfeito simples" several conjunctions

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    Que tipo de filme você vê? Review

    vocabulary from the two previous lessons "ver" in the present and the "pretérito perfeito simples" the forms of "muito"

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    The Brazilian pronunciation of: "e"

    when the "e" is pronounced like a short or a long "e"

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