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INTRODUCTION
Eric: Hi everyone, I’m Eric.
Felipe: And I’m Felipe!
Eric: And welcome to Culture Class: Essential Brazilian Portuguese Vocabulary, Lesson 3! In this lesson you'll learn five essential words related to food and drink. These are five types of beverages that are common in Brazil. Hand picked. You can find a complete list of vocabulary at PortuguesePod101.com

Lesson focus

Eric: Felipe, what’s our first word?
Felipe: guaraná
Eric: guarana soft drink
Felipe: (slow) guaraná (regular) guaraná
Eric: Listeners, please repeat:
Felipe: guaraná
[pause - 5 sec.]
Eric: Guaraná is the name of an Amazonian fruit, but it usually refers to the soft drink made from this fruit. The most popular brand is Guaraná Antarctica.
Eric: Now let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Felipe: (normal) O fruto do guaraná é vermelho e parece um olho quando maduro.
Eric: The guarana fruit is red, and looks like an eyeball when ripe.
Felipe: (slow) O fruto do guaraná é vermelho e parece um olho quando maduro.
Eric: Okay, what’s the next word?
Felipe: caipirinha
Eric: cachaça, ice, sugar, and lime cocktail
Felipe: (slow) caipirinha (regular) caipirinha
Eric: Listeners, please repeat:
Felipe: caipirinha
[pause - 5 sec.]
Eric: This is the national cocktail of Brazil and is served in almost all bars and restaurants there. Two of its ingredients are made from sugarcane, and it's said that the drink originates in the countryside of São Paulo state.
Eric: Now let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Felipe: (normal) Uma caipirinha feita com vodca é chamada de "caipiroska", e uma caipirinha feita com rum é chamada de "caipiríssima."
Eric: A caipirinha made with vodka is called 'caipiroska', and a caipirinha made with rum is called 'caipirissima'.
Felipe: (slow) Uma caipirinha feita com vodca é chamada de "caipiroska", e uma caipirinha feita com rum é chamada de "caipiríssima."
Eric: Okay, what’s the next word?
Felipe: batida
Eric: shake cocktail
Felipe: (slow) batida (regular) batida
Eric: Listeners, please repeat:
Felipe: batida
[pause - 5 sec.]
Eric: A batida is a cocktail made of an alcohol, a fruit, and condensed milk. Basically any fruit can be used, but the most popularly seen are passionfruit, coconut, lime, strawberry, and pineapple. The alcohol in a batida is most often cachaça or vodka.
Eric: Now let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Felipe: (normal) A batida é uma bebida doce e não é muito forte.
Eric: The batida is a sweet drink, and it's not very strong.
Felipe: (slow) A batida é uma bebida doce e não é muito forte.
Eric: Okay, what’s the next word?
Felipe: suco de laranja
Eric: orange juice
Felipe: (slow) suco de laranja (regular) suco de laranja
Eric: Listeners, please repeat:
Felipe: suco de laranja
[pause - 5 sec.]
Eric: Brazil is the largest exporter of orange juice, producing more than half of the world's orange juice supply. The production is concentrated in São Paulo state, and the country exports 99% of its production.
Eric: Now let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Felipe: (normal) Na época da colheita, é comum comprar laranjas por quilo para fazer suco de laranja em casa.
Eric: In the harvest time, it's common to buy oranges per kilo to prepare orange juice at home.
Felipe: (slow) Na época da colheita, é comum comprar laranjas por quilo para fazer suco de laranja em casa.
Eric: Okay, what’s the last word?
Felipe: chimarrão
Eric: Erice infusion
Felipe: (slow) chimarrão (regular) chimarrão
Eric: Listeners, please repeat:
Felipe: chimarrão
[pause - 5 sec.]
Eric: Erice infusion is a popular drink in many South American countries. It's especially consumed in the Southern region and places near the border with Spanish-speaking countries. In other regions of Brazil, Erice tea is also consumed, usually in the form of the toasted version in tea bags, or as ready-to-drink iced tea.
Eric: Now let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Felipe: (normal) O chimarrão frio é chamado de tererê.
Eric: The cold Erice infusion is called 'tererê'.
Felipe: (slow) O chimarrão frio é chamado de tererê.
QUIZ
Eric: Okay listeners, are you ready to be quizzed on the words you just learned? Felipe will give you the Portuguese – please say the English meaning out loud! Are you ready?
Felipe: guaraná
[pause]Eric: guarana soft drink
Felipe: caipirinha
[pause]Eric: cachaça, ice, sugar, and lime cocktail
Felipe: batida
[pause]Eric: shake cocktail
Felipe: suco de laranja
[pause]Eric: orange juice
Felipe: chimarrão
[pause]Eric: Erice infusion

Outro

Eric: There you have it – five beverages in Brazil! We have more vocab lists available at PortuguesePod101.com, so be sure to check them out. Thanks, everyone, see you next time!
Felipe: Tchau.

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