Learn Portuguese for Free!

Learn Portuguese for Free!

Bom dia galera! We really want you to learn Portuguese – it will enrich your capoeira journey so much.

That’s why we’ve created our new guide: Portuguese for Capoeiristas.

Not convinced that it will work? Tried and failed to learn a language before? Don’t be dissuaded, you can do it, you just need the right tools!

The good news today is that there’s a crafty Amazon hack so that you can read our book ABSOLUTELY FREE… No need to spend any hard earned beer credits, no need to own a kindle or other e-book reader.

  1. Sign up for a Free Kindle Unlimited Trial.

    The trial lasts for 1 month. Set a reminder on your phone to cancel the subscription before it renews.

  2. Search for Portuguese for Capoeiristas on Amazon.

    The book is in the Kindle Unlimited library, so you can download it and read it for free while you’re on the free trial.

You don’t have to own a kindle – you can download the Free Kindle Reading App to your phone, PC, MAC or tablet.

Doing it this way, what is there to lose? Give it a shot today!

All we ask is that if you like the book, afterwards you give us a 5 star review on Amazon and help spread the word by recommending it to your friends.

If you really really like the book (which we hope you will), you could even buy it on Amazon after your Kindle Unlimited trial finishes – the digital version costs less than a cup of coffee, plus there’s a print version too!

Axé!

3 thoughts on “Learn Portuguese for Free!”

  1. Hi , the link to Marinero so isn’t working on the electronic version… can you please let me know what it is?

    1. Hi Jeanne,

      Thanks for your message.

      Do you mean the link to the post on the website with the full lyrics and history? That’s here: https://papoeira.com/en/2018/11/21/marinheiro-so-capoeira-song/

      It should now work from the book too.

      Please be aware though that not all the articles are finished yet, working on them now as we speak.

      They are not necessary though, the book is complete in itself. The links are just for extra info/interest.

      Did you manage to do the free trial and access the book for free?

      Did you access the audio files and anki flashcards?

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