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Does anyone know if there are any resources online to practice grammar. I need to practice conjugation for all the verbs. I know present and simple past well, but not so much of future and conditionals...

Preferably it would be someplace that also has a good explanation of when you use the various forms as well.

Obrigada!

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I've browsed the net and found nothing special... You can try this link and see if it helps.

http://www.babbel.com/learn-portuguese-online/134272-portuguese-grammar

Any questions ask me, sou português.  :wacky:

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De nada, sempre às ordens.  :wink: I already miss learning languages, but I've studied so many I need to improve those I've studied instead of starting new ones.

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De nada, sempre às ordens.  :wink: I already miss learning languages, but I've studied so many I need to improve those I've studied instead of starting new ones.

All I know is your welcome from that sentence haha. What does the last part mean? What languages can you speak? and how did you go about learning these?

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De nada means you're welcome.

sempre às ordens means anytime. (literally means always at your service)

I can speak German, Russian and Spanish basically, but I've studied a dozen more. I was working with a publishing house and I needed to have some knowledge about specific languages to review a sensitive book in those languages.  :grin:

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Does anyone know if there are any resources online to practice grammar. I need to practice conjugation for all the verbs. I know present and simple past well, but not so much of future and conditionals...

Preferably it would be someplace that also has a good explanation of when you use the various forms as well.

Obrigada!

I think your best bet is to go to Amazon and buy a Portuguese grammar book.

I've also had a hard time trying to find such resources for other languages...

If your serious about learning Portuguese, I guess you are going to use the grammar book a lot, and you'll only spend like 20$. Maybe less...

That's what I would do.

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Hello, there are a few workbooks and books quite usefull, for practice and learn portuguese grammar theory. This is a good one.

MODERN BRAZILIAN PORTUGUESE GRAMMAR 

And there are others...

ESSENTIAL PORTUGUESE GRAMMAR

MODERN BRAZILIAN PORTUGUESE GRAMMAR WORKBOOK

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