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Monday at 12:08 AM
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Oi William,

Muito obrigado pelo seu comentário. We are very happy to hear that you enjoy studying with us. If you have any questions, please let us know. 😉

Boa sorte!


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Thursday at 01:47 AM
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Tudo bem,

Eu escutei essa aula por quatro vezes.

I like this type of short yet challenging video lesson. I can substitute different closing times. The place of business doesn't have to be a clinic. It can be a post office (correios) instead.


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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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Did you get it right?

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Tuesday at 10:13 AM
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Oi Makiko,


Sim, o português tem muitos sons diferentes do japonês e inglês. Mas dá para ver que você está indo pelo caminho certo! :wink:

Please keep practicing, try to find oportunities to speak Portuguese, and let us know the results!


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Sunday at 04:30 AM
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Eu tive esse correto!

Compreensão auditiva é muito difícil para me. É mais difícil do que leitura e escrita. Minha língua materna é Japonês. A linguagem utiliza menor número de sons do que muitas outras linguas. Nós Japonês não podemos diferenciar alguns sons por que nossa lingua não tem eles.

I was able to get this one right!

Listening comprehension is always hardest for me. I manage reading much better. Japanese is my native language and the language has fewer distinctive sounds compared to many other languages. My ears are not trained to distinguish those sounds that do not exist in Japanese.

I have lived in USA for 20 years and I still have a hard time with some English pronunciations.