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Brazilian Portuguese Phrasebook & Dictionary (Lonely Planet Phrasebook and Dictionary) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. Januar 2014

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HASH(0x8dcdcfd8) von 5 Sternen Non standard pronunciation will completely mislead you. 23. Juni 2014
Von Fred Swartz - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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We've had other Lonely Planet phrasebooks and they were OK so I blindly ordered this one. Big mistake. The pronunciation guide is apparently for a minor dialect and will grossly mislead you in a harmful way. If you're familiar with Spanish, it's pretty easy to read a lot of Portuguese after becoming familiar with the differences, but the pronunciation is dramatically different for a couple of spellings, and this guide fails miserably in the pronunciation area. It probably has useful phrases but I couldn't get by the seriously bad pronunciation.

A few pronunciation differences require serious attention so that you can understand even simple phrases. A good example is the letter "r", which is pronounced like the English letter "h" in the initial position or in a double r. For example "rua" (street), is pronounced as "hua", 'rio" as "hio", "correio" (post office) as "coheio", etc. The pronunciation guide at the front not only doesn't mention this, but gives the wrong pronunciation (sorry, "rr" is not a "rolled" r as in Spanish).

The pronunciation guide at the front of the book is just totally useless regarding the "r". The dictionary at the back must be written by someone else because appears to correctly show when the "r" is pronounced like "h". Similarly, the actual phrase transcriptions appear correct with respect to the "r". Well, there are some issues with syllable final "r"s, but ...

Just one blatant error? No such luck.

Another area of pronunciation surprise concerns "de", "di" ,"te", and "ti". Neither the (misleading) pronunciation guide at the beginning, nor the dictionary, nor the phrase transcriptions handle these correctly. In most contexts "de" and "di" are pronounced like "ji". For example, dia (day) is pronounced "jeea". Similarly "ti" and "te" are the unvoiced versions. For example, "tia" (aunt) is pronounced "cheea". These sounds are very frequent and it takes a surprisingly long time to get to hear these sounds as being spelled with "d" or "t". The phrasebook is a total pronunciation failure here.

There's no need to trust me on this -- five sources verify this: (1) an Oxford Portuguese dictionary, (2) a Collins Portuguese dictionary, (3) the Living Language Portuguese Complete CD series (excellent by the way), (4) Wikipedia on Portuguese pronunciation, and (5) learning Portuguese from my long-ago Brazilian girlfriend who refused to speak English (which was good for my Portuguese). You can check all except the last.
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HASH(0x8cf20a38) von 5 Sternen Awful, misleading and worse than useless 23. Juni 2014
Von JS - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The pronunciation used in this book is not standard Brazilian Portugese. It is especially misleading for those who are trying to move from Spanish to Portugese. Although written Portugese is much like Spanish, the very different way Portugese is pronounced must be made clear if one is going to be able to understand spoken Portugese. This book is worse than useless since it misleads the student about pronunciation and does not allow the student to make the transition from Spanish.
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HASH(0x8cf20978) von 5 Sternen Handy little book 27. April 2014
Von LJBerg - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I bought this book for a recent trip to Brazil and I thought it was great. I loved the size, fit in my pocket. And I also loved the layout of the book. It is divided into sections that are very user friendly.
HASH(0x8cf1f534) von 5 Sternen A great travel aid for Brazil 6. August 2015
Von penpourri - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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We recently used this book on a week+ long vacation to Brazil. The book is great because it has many useful phrases, words and numbers that come in very handy in making transactions and traveling around in Brazil. The size is small enough to fit in your pants pocket or in a ladies purse or daypack, so you can carry it with you most of the time. If you have difficulty communicating, you can always point to the phrase or word(s) and when the other person sees it, they should understand.
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HASH(0x8cf20b58) von 5 Sternen Pretty Good 11. Juli 2014
Von Kevin Varisco - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A good guide with some very helpful phrases and a dictionary in the back. My only issue is that it's geared more towards British and American tourists. I think some of the pronunciations are off because of it, but it still can get you around Brazil without too much trouble.
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