New language is introduced through short dialogues and texts which are also on the accompanying recording, available on CD or cassette, and there are plenty of exercises to practice each new point as it is introduced. This new edition has been updated to reflect changes such as the introduction of the euro. By the end of the course you should be able to communicate in a range of real-life situations and have all the practical information you need to enjoy your next trip to Portugal.
Table of Contents
About the course; pronunciation guide; pleased to meet you; where are you from? where do you live? the family; personal tastes; at home; daily life; free time; the holidays; transport; travelling; in town; going shopping; eating out; feeling ill; travelling by car; accommodation; camping; distractions; finally; key to the exercises; a summary of grammar; Portuguese-English vocabulary; English-Portuguese vocabulary; numbers; taking it further; grammar index.
Sue Tyson-Ward is currently a part-time lecturer in Spanish and Portuguese at Lancaster Adult College and Chair of ALL Spanish and Portuguese Committee. She has extensive experience of teaching, examining and writing.