Brazilian Portuguese-English Dictionary & Phrasebook by Osmar De Almedia-Santos
(Hippocrene Dictionary & Phrasebooks)

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Brazilian Portuguese constitutes the largest variation of the Portuguese language, with an estimated 170 million out of more than 200 million native speakers world-wide. The bilingual dictionary and travel-oriented phrasebook focus on the Portuguese spoken in Brazil, A grammar and pronunciation section provides users with the basic elements of the language, while a brief introduction features cultural, geographical, and regional information about the country. Whether visiting the awe-inspiring Iguazu Falls, conducting business in Sao Paulo or relaxing on the nearly 2,000 miles of soft, white sand beaches. Travellers will find all they need to communicate effectively.
 

About Osmar De Almedia-Santos

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Osmar de Almeida-Santos is a physician, translator, and teacher born in Sāo Paulo, Brazil. He has published five nonfiction titles, including a book on English/Portuguese medical vocabulary, and he has appeared in several Portuguese-related periodicals. Currently he lives in England.
 
Published February 1, 2004 by Hippocrene Books. 266 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Travel.

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