All about Brazil

 

Brazil’s National Congress, Brasilia (Mario Roberto Duran Ortiz, Wikimedia Commons)

Our Communication Skills lessons are organized around the topics that Brazilians will often talk about with visiting tourists, students, government officials and business people from abroad.

Teachers may also find some of these topics useful for classes in other subjects such as social studies, history and science where a module in English can be easily integrated.

Let’s talk about tourism in Brazil

Talking about Brazil (B1 Intermediate Level)

  • Lesson 1: Talking about agriculture in Brazil
  • Lesson 2: Talking about the Brazilian armed forces and national police
  • Lesson 3: Talking about aquariums in Brazil
  • Lesson 4: Talking about architecture and famous buildings in Brazil
  • Lesson 5: Talking about Brazilian art
  • Lesson 6: Talking about the banking system in Brazil
  • Lesson 7: Talking about famous beaches in Brazil
  • Lesson 8: Talking about bridges in Brazil
  • Lesson 9: Talking about Brazilian cinema and movies
  • Lesson 10: Talking about famous Brazilians
  • Lesson 11: Talking about the currency used in Brazil
  • Lesson 12: Talking about the demographics of Brazil and its major cities
  • Lesson 13: Talking about the Brazilian economy
  • Lesson 14: Talking about the educational system of Brazil
  • Lesson 15: Talking about energy resources in Brazil
  • Lesson 16: Talking about fashion in Brazil
  • Lesson 17: Talking about Brazilian festivals and parades
  • Lesson 18: Talk about Brazilian food and drink
  • Lesson 19: Talking about the geography of Brazil
  • Lesson 20: Talking about the Brazilian system of government
  • Lesson 21: Talking about handicrafts in Brazil
  • Lesson 22: Talking about healthcare in Brazil
  • Lesson 23: Talking about Brazilian history
  • Lesson 24: Talking about famous hotel chains and some famous hotels in Brazil
  • Lesson 25: Talking about your favorite landscapes in Brazil
  • Lesson 26: Talking about Brazilian literature and libraries
  • Lesson 27: Talking about the media in Brazil
  • Lesson 28: Talking about famous mountains in Brazil
  • Lesson 29: Talking about famous museums and art galleries in Brazil
  • Lesson 30: Talking about Brazilian music and the performing arts

Talking about Brazil (B2 Upper Intermediate Level)

  • Lesson 31: Talking about Brazilian national symbols
  • Lesson 32: Talking about famous parks and gardens in Brazil
  •  Lesson 33: Talking about planetariums in Brazil
  • Lesson 34: Talking about ports in Brazil
  • Lesson 35: Talking about famous rivers in Brazil
  • Lesson 36: Talking about science and technology in Brazil
  • Lesson 37: Talking about sculpture and famous statues in Brazil
  • Lesson 38: Talking about shopping malls in Brazil
  • Lesson 39: Talking about sports in Brazil
  • Lesson 40: Talking about famous supermarket chains in Brazil
  • Lesson 41: Talking about guided tours in Brazil
  • Lesson 42: Talking about different types of tourism in Brazil
  • Lesson 43: Talking about the top tourist attractions for children in Brazil
  • Lesson 44: Talking about the top tourist attractions by region in Brazil
  • Lesson 45: Talking about different types of transportation in Brazil
  • Lesson 46: Talking about the longest tunnels in Brazil
  • Lesson 47: Talking about World Heritage Sites in Brazil
  • Lesson 48: Talking about the weather, climate change and natural disasters in Brazil
  • Lesson 49: Talking about wildlife and zoos in Brazil
  • Lesson 50: Talking about famous places of worship and pilgrimage in Brazil

Talking about the top 15 tourist destinations in Brazil

  • Talking about the Amazon
  • Talking about Belo Horizonte
  • Talking about Brasilia
  • Talking about Curitiba
  • Talking about Florianopolis
  • Talking about Fortaleza
  • Talking about Iguazu Falls
  • Talking about Manaus
  • Talking about Natal
  • Talking about Ouro Preto
  • Talking about Recife
  • Talking about Rio de Janeiro
  • Talking about Salvador
  • Talking about Santa Catarina
  • Talking about Sao Paulo