By Ciara Long, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With less than three percent of Brazilians fluent in English and only five percent of the population able to speak any English at all, long-term visitors and foreigners residing in Rio may consider learning Portuguese useful.

For those wishing to obtain a higher level of Portuguese, PUC-Rio believes that the best way is to study on a course with experienced, specialist professors.

“One of the most important . . .

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