The Best Courses and Programs to a New and Improved Portuguese
Speak Portuguese from the Very First Minute with the One-on-One Lessons
If you want to stop just learning and start SPEAKING Brazilian Portuguese confidently, Eli and his colleagues will show you how.
Group Lessons and Memberships
Speak and Read a lot with the Brazilian Book-of-the-Month Club
You'll not only read important classics and have occasional bonuses; discuss your way to fluency with our Intermediate level and above group.
The Exclusive Point-by-Point, Cut-the-Clutter Portuguese Pronunciation Guide
Don't worry about learning interminable sound systems when you can focus on what brings results now.
Books by Portuguese with Eli
My First Suspense Graded Reader
If you like suspense, read an interesting graded reader written entirely in Portuguese for learners at the intermediate level.
The Brazilian Way – The Teacher in a Book Series Vol. 1
Two classic short stories specially adapted for Intermediate-level Portuguese learners like you. Get to know the Brazilian literature all the while counting on a "teacher" always there with you.
Accessible Brazilian Classics
A special group of classic books that make the Brazilian classics more accessible. Get a deep understanding of what makes our Brazilian society tick. To learn more about the series, just click on "learn more".
A disgraced Jorge can't find any solution for his companies going under. Now he doesn't know what to do, and his marriage is about to sink. But he has an ominous idea.
Doctor Simão Bacamarte has a single mission in his life: to cure all lunatics and crazy people. In order to do that, he doesn't care what he has to do. And the little town he conducts his experiments doesn't like it. At all
Eugênio and Margarida meet as kids and their friendship evolves into the purest kind of love. But it's not well received by his domineering parents. To make things worse, Eugênio is to become a priest, while Margarida is believed to be loved by Satan.
O Cemitério dos Vivos
Having first-hand experience with the psychiatric system of Brazil at the beginning of the 1900s, Lima narrates a poignant account of his stay at the asylum. Two stories complement this book — a macabre gold rush and a woman whose common life was changed for a day in an act of defiance.