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Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

  • after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.
  • after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

Learning a new language is super fulfilling, and it makes you feel good, opening new doorways in your life. There are the popular languages; English, German, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, and French. 

However, Portuguese is becoming more popular as a language choice. So, what do you do if you decide you want to start learning how to speak European Portuguese? 

Well, when you decide to learn European Portuguese, you might typically miss out some key aspects to your learning experience. 

We have to be aware of ourselves more than anything when we go to learn a new language. Today, we won’t tell you whether you should start with the alphabet, or numbers and dates. Instead, we will tell you what you need to think about as you start your learning journey. 

Because, we want to make sure that you are successful in your learning!  

What Is The Best Way To Learn European Portuguese?

What is the best way to learn? Well, you need to start by listening to yourself more. It might seem a bit weird or even cliché to say, however, this is true for learning any language. 

You are unique, individual, and you might learn in a certain way. Not everyone learns the same way, although typical school systems might not acknowledge this as much as they should. You should listen to yourself, know your preferences. 

Set times, when do you learn best, some people take in information best in the mornings, some in the evenings, some at night. Consider how you best learn. May sure that you listen to what works best for you and how you learn. 

There are many different types of learning styles, let’s take a look at these learning styles, and you may resonate with one of these more. 

Understand How You Learn

We will title the first learning style as ‘traditional’, people who have this learning style can just sit down and focus on vocabulary and grammar. They will need to go through a language book before they start. It can take more time, but they can understand in a while. 

They will, however, be able to write and read it faster. They are the shy perfectionists. 

Then there is the ‘backwards’ learner. These people are more extroverted. They will learn it backwards, typically preferring to learn as they do and not worrying about grammar and vocabulary before they practice. 

There will be mistakes, however, they will still learn it. This is not so different from when we first learn our language. It is almost fashionable to learn languages this way. It is also ideal if you live around native speakers of the language. 

Then there are mixed learners. They will usually be a mix of the two above types. They will pay attention to grammar however they will focus on going out and speaking the language as well. 

This is ideal for people who do not have much time and experience with communicating with those who are native in that language. 

However, as well as this you should also consider if you are an aural, kinetic, or writing learner. There are these types as well. 

Some people will learn more by actively doing the thing, so in this case by actively speaking Portuguese these people will learn better. Others are aural learners, so hearing the language will help them more. Some will be writing learners, able to learn best by making notes. 

Everyone is different, and some people may be mixed learners. 

Top Tips

Before you start learning we have a few final tips for you. 

Firstly, remember that many online courses are Brazilian Portuguese which is not the same, and will often lead to you being confused if you actually visit Portugal, so make sure you learn the correct one. 

Remember, the Portuguese will also tend to “eat” the words they speak, thus speaking with their mouths fairly close. This is why it is best you get to know it via speaking and listening.

Real life is good. Even if you are a learner who is a bit introverted, you can learn by writing online, perhaps making native speaking friends. If you're more extroverted, you can go to Portugal and practice the language in the flesh. 

Classrooms are not real life situations, and can help but will leave gaps, and so real life situations are best.  

Stay motivated. No language will be learned in a day. You want to look after yourself first and practice the language second. Keeping up with your practice is key but looking after yourself is more important for your motivation.