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Don’t worry about language barriers anymore, this phrasebook will be your helper! You can even listen to the sentences!
For each phrase in the app’s in built Portuguese dictionary, there is a video of a native speaker clearly pronouncing each word, the Portuguese script and also its phonetic pronunciation. For convenience, the phrases are grouped into categories for the most common travel situations including Getting Around, Eating & Drinking, Health, Problems, Numbers, Time and Date, Meeting People, Shopping and Money. Other great features include the ability to playback each phrase in slow mode and mark favorites for quick reference. You can even copy the phrase to send via SMS or email to your friends in their native language just by swiping your finger a couple of times. It is so easy! This great translation app is targeted towards travellers primarily but it also doubles up as a cool educational tool for those who desire to start learning the basics of a foreign language in an easy, fast and fun way.
The app works completely offline so no need to worry about expensive international data costs or searching for an open WIFI network. No you can focus on the fairy tale unfolding around you at Sintra!
✓ Over 500 essential travel Portuguese words and phrases each with the Portuguese Script, English to Portuguese Translation, it’s accurate phonetic pronunciation and video clip
✓ High quality VIDEO and AUDIO for every word and phrase recorded by fluent Portuguese NATIVE SPEAKERS
✓ Quick SEARCH of all words and phrases so you don’t have to spend time looking for what you need
✓ Build your FAVORITES list to quickly access the Portuguese phrases you want to learn or translate
✓ Audio is optimized for headphones or over your Phone / Tablet speakers
✓ WORKS OFFLINE so you don't need to be connected to the Internet and pay international roaming charges when travelling. It also means that you could use the time you have while flying, to let Portuguese Pretati teach you some new phrases!
✓ Share the video or the phrase via SMS, email or social media with a few simple swipes of the finger
✓ SLOW PLAY feature allows you to hear the phrase slowly and clearly to help you get a better grasp of what is being spoken
✓ High definition graphics optimized for retina display
✓ A variety of CATEGORIES for every situation like Getting Around, Eating & Drinking, Health, Problems, Numbers, Time and Date, Meeting People, Shopping and Money – this is the perfect travel dictionary app around
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About Sao Paulo:
São Paulo is more than the financial capital of Brazil, it is the largest city in the southern hemisphere. It is a giant urban amalgamation with more than 20 million inhabitants, if you consider the entire metropolitan area, which makes São Paulo a booming city full of culture and business.
The city has fantastic museums, like the Museum of the Portuguese Language, the Museum of Soccer, and the Museum of Art of São Paulo. Don’t forget to visit those. One of the main roads in the city, Avenida Paulista, is one of the postcard locations and it should always be on your itinerary, along with the Mercadão (Grand Market), where you can try the famous codfish pastels and bologna sandwiches. Spend an afternoon in Ibirapuera Park, and another walking through Historic Downtown. Visit the Liberdade neighborhood, wehre a large Japonese population is located, and spend a night to attend one of the dozens of theaters if you can.
São Paulo has huge commercial centers on streets like Brás and Rua 25 de Março. The people of Brazil come to take advantage of the popular prices to by clothes, toys, jewelry, and more. But the city also has places for the sophisticated shopper, like Rua Oscar Freire in the Gardens, and the recently opened Shopping JK Iguatemi in the Vila Olimpia. These places have shops where you can find international brands like Gucci, Dolce & Gabanna, Prada, Chanel, Louboutin, Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Armani, and others.
The city is also the restaurant capital of Brazil. In São Paulo, it’s possible to eat everything, from bar food to mongolian food. The restaurant D.O.M., owned by the acclaimed chef Alex Atala, has been listed as one of the top restaurants in the world for a few years. Another highlight in the restaurant scene are the excellent spots for pizza and pasta, which is a result of the Italian immigration during the 20th century.
Like in any other metropolis, there are some security precautions to take for those who visit. Some of these are to keep your bag or purse in front of you, don’t leave cameras or cellphones obviously exposed, and avoid poorly lit and deserted areas. During the night, grab taxis from a co-op, or call one by phone or through a smartphone app.
Driving around São Paulo is chaotic and difficult, so renting a car may not be the best option. It is hard to find open parking spots, and parking garages are expensive. It’s always possible to take trains and metros through the city, but the cars will often be full, especially during rush hour. Taxis can be found easily and taken to all the important spots, but can also get expensive.
If you’re new to a language, there are some basics you will have to learn, whether you’re eight years old or 80, on business abroad or a tourist on holiday. Talk Now! offers a simple-to-use method for you to start learning, whoever you are.