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Tempo para aprender português!

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Portuguese instructor Luciana Diniz is originally from Brazil. She has always enjoyed learning and teaching languages, and she’s been teaching Portuguese and ESOL at PCC for several years. She loves sharing her culture and language with students, and she is excited to help them get their language skills ready to participate in Brazilian events happening in our community.

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About Justin Eslinger

Justin is the Graphic Designer for PCC Continuing Education. His responsibilities include designing departmental promotions, student support and customer relations. Justin has an Associates of Applied Science in Graphic Design from Portland... more »

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x by Brandy Lentz 8 months ago

Hi there, my family is interested in learning Portuguese. I am curious which class I should take as a beginner. Also, if you have any resources for families hoping to learn the language that would be super appreciated.


x by Justin Eslinger 7 months ago

Hi Brandy, thanks for the comment. PCC Community Ed is offering several levels of Brazillian Portuguese this fall. You can view their descriptions and info by clicking here. Fall registration opens on Wednesday, August 14, 2019. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance.

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