The Portuguese Language
Portuguese is the sixth most spoken language in the world. Nearly 2500 million people speak Portuguese, which is the official language of eight countries, comprising the Community of Portuguese-speaking Countries (CPLP). Portuguese is a gateway to culture, travel and business on four continents. It is spoken by more than 250 million people in Brazil, Portugal, Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde and Macau. Portuguese is a romantic language and has communities of many Portuguese speakers in US, Canada, and in many other countries.
Portuguese has multiple dialects with a very rich history that has influenced several languages. Two primary groups of variants are European and Brazilian. Between these two, there are differences in vocabulary, pronunciation, syntax but can include differences in grammar. Portugal has a rich history and heritage as can be seen in its architecture.
It is a mandatory subject in the school curriculum in Uruguay and Argentina. It is taught at schools in many countries such as Venezuela, Zambia, and the Republic of the Congo, Senegal, Namibia, Swaziland, and South
Africa. 15% of Uruguay‘s population speaks (in the northern regions closer to Brazil) as a native language but it is not an official language in any capacity.

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The Hindi Language
Hindi is a very melodious and phonetic language. It is spoken by millions of people not only in the native country, but also in several other countries. Hindi is an old language originated from Sanskrit, a Vedic language. Approximately it is being spoken by around 40 crores Indian people across 17 states. Hindi is officially accepted by Indian government as one of the official languages for communication along with English. Hindi or Modern Standard Hindi is a standardized and sanskritised register of the Hindustani language. Modern Hindi and its literary tradition evolved towards the end of the 18th century.
When a Gujarati or a Punjabi or a Bengali you meet and interact with cannot speak your mother tongue and is also not good at speaking in English, you can use Hindi for communication. So you enjoy this advantage with Bengali, Punjabi, Oriya even Gujarati speakers and Urdu speaking Muslims. If you don’t know Hindi, you are limiting your access to only those who know English and your regional language. The ability to speak Hindi helps you to understand, learn & speak Urdu, Nepali, Gujarati, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Sanskrit and many more.

Levels in the Portuguese Language Training:

  • A1 (30 Hours Training)
  • A2 (30 Hours Training)
  • B1 (40 Hours Training)
  • B2 (40 Hours Training)
  • C1 (50 Hours Training)
  • C2 (50 Hours Training)