Brief Grammar of the Portuguese Language

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John Casper Branner 1910
English
  • 00- Preface & The Portuguese Language
  • 01 - Sounds and Accents
  • 02 - Articles
  • 03 - Nouns
  • 04 - Adjectives
  • 05 - Numerals
  • 06 - Pronouns
  • 07 - Verbs, part 1
  • 08 - Verbs, part 2
  • 09 - Verbs, part 3
  • 10 - The Indeclinables
Dr. Branner was a recognized authority on the geology of South American republics, especially Brazil, having organized and headed the Stanford Expedition to Brazil in 1911, among others. In 1910 he published this "little book", as the author himself calls it, for the use of English-speaking students who needed a fast and practical way of learning Portuguese. Contrary to the belief of many back then, John C. Branner claims that Brazilian Portuguese isn't "badly spoken Portuguese", and, even though using examples from both Portuguese and Brazilian writers, seems to give more prominence to Brazilian Portuguese. (Summary by Leni)

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