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Portuguese language school in Brazil

At Rio & Learn, learning Portuguese is both innovative and fast. Rio & Learn gives you the chance to learn Portuguese while enjoying Rio de Janeiro to the full: sunkissed beaches, evocative samba, spectacular views, rich culture, mouth-watering cuisine, vibrant people… Choose to learn Portuguese while having the experience of your life. You simply have to learn by living.


Our brains are full of information, and we have a huge capacity to learn far more when we feel at ease and engaged. The more contented we are, the easier we learn!


Our learning method is centred on learning by living, expressing yourself in Portuguese 24 hours a day, and enjoying our Cidade Maravilhosa. The best way to learn a language is by fully immersing your senses: to see, to hear, and to feel life through another language.

Can you imagine how what it would be like learning Portuguese in Brazil?

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Canga en Portugués. Ejemplo: Ela usa uma canga na praia de Copacabana.

What is a Brazilian Canga?

Hello, folks! Ready to study more? On today’s Dica we will find out what Canga is in Brazil! What is a Canga? A “canga” is a colorful, lightweight fabric often used as a beach wrap or sarong in Brazil. It is similar to a pareo and is typically made of cotton

Example with Tomara in Portuguese Tomara que o Vasco ganhe hoje!

Tomara Meaning

Hello, guys! Today we will take a look at the meaning of tomara in Portuguese. Do you know how to use this interjection? Let’s find out and practice with an exercise! Meaning of Tomara: Affirmative and Negative Tomara is an interjection used to express a desire for something. In other