Pimsleur / Portuguese

Pimsleur Brazilian Portuguese Notes I, II, and III

Found on web some time ago. I don’t know who wrote them or who the was the original poster.

Portuguese I

Portuguese II

Portuguese III

EDIT: (…5 years later) Since a lot of people still download these, I threw them into Google Docs and made 10 or so corrections but there’s probably still some errors in there.  Go to this link.


21 thoughts on “Pimsleur Brazilian Portuguese Notes I, II, and III

  1. Thank you, Thank you, Thank You! I JUST downloaded this last night from itunes and was lost. I need to look at words to really comprehend and retain it. Whew! Again, thank you!

  2. Thank you, im from indonesia n its very hard to find sources to learn portuguese….ur blog is very very helpful..muito obrigada

  3. I\’m telling that I want to thank you very much! I just received the mp3 recordings of Pimsleur Brazilian Portuguese and I\’m so hard to learn if I don\’t listen the recordings with scripts. And finally I got to your blog! I have to thank you again.

    It\’s so interesting that I am surfing the net from Mainland China and the net connected us! The fucking GFW information filter hinder me from the access of foreign sites. Howevery, I got the scripts finally. To say it excatly, I come from Macau. Thanks for the chance!(I finally downloaded the files successful through a web proxy, and what I am doing it leaving a reply here 🙂 )

  4. Oi,

    thanks a lot for what you have done ,great job!Im almost at the end of Pimsleur part 1 and I decided to write down everything what I have heard from my mp3 to be able to recognise the words ,written words.But I found your page and Im really glad :))))

    greetings from Poland

    • Hello Katarzyna,

      Have you writen down part I , II and III ?
      I am in the midle of part II but I have no time to write down so it could be very helpfull for me to have scripts. Could you share it?

      What is your opinion about this way of lerning?

      My best wishes from Warsaw,

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  6. Good morning, I am brazilian, and would be glad in help you guys with any problem you have.

    Aproveito para deixar essa frase para vocês traduzirem.

  7. These are scripts have maaaaaany mistakes… “Até lago”? Shouldn’t it be Até logo? The biggest mistake: “Eu não falo Portuguêse”. It should be Português… By the way, I am a native speaker.

    • If you bothered to read the post you’d notice that I didn’t write these and I even apologize for the mistakes. I doubt I’m harming anyone for the rest of their life by reposting scripts with a few mistakes involving common words that they’ll soon notice were spelled incorrectly.

  8. Hello,

    I`m from Brazil, and I`m interested in Pimsleur reading materials in PDF, I have many but I still need some to complete the couses I have already, if anybody have Pimsleur`s reading let me know.


    By the way if there are any request for Brazilian Portuguese materials, I`ll be glad to share.

  9. I like the valuable information you provide to your articles. I’ll bookmark your weblog and test once more right here regularly. I am somewhat sure I will learn plenty of new stuff right right here! Best of luck for the following!

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  11. Thanks for sharing these transcripts Erik. I’m linking to this page from Brazilian Gringo since a lot of people read my review of Pimsleur Portuguese and are looking for these transcripts.

  12. I was hoping to find a guide for Pimsluer – thank you so much!!! I know I will learn it more easily now, with something to look at!!!

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