Eurovision 2018

Just Enough Portuguese for Eurovision – #NEW Eurovision phrasebook and guide for fans heading to Lisbon 2018!

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Are you looking forward to exploring Lisbon next May? Are you excited at the thought of meeting new friends, but worried they won’t be able to understand you? In the words of Lonely Planet – Don’t just stand there, say something!

Following the success of Just Enough Ukrainian for Eurovision, Eurovision Ireland regular and linguist James Scanlan has penned a Eurovision phrasebook for fans heading to Lisbon for the 2018 contest. Just Enough Portuguese for Eurovision not only gives you helpful travel phrases like “Pleased to meet you” and “Where is the nearest bus stop?”, but also must-know phrases for any Eurovision fan. Want to give someone your Top 10 in Portuguese? Or tell them who you think will qualify for the final? And all your reactions to voting from “How exciting!” to “What the hell?!” – Just Enough Portuguese for Eurovision has you covered!

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The book also contains a Top 10 Must See list of Lisbon, so you can make the most of your sightseeing of the host city – and as it’s Portugal’s first time hosting the contest, we know you can’t wait to get started!

Click the following link to order your copy of Just Enough Portuguese for Eurovision exclusively from Amazon. If you’d like to take a look at James’ other works, you can find Europe in a Day – Day Trips to the Continent and The Complete Eurovision Song Contest Year Book here! Also, if you fancy reliving all the fun of Ukraine, check out Just Enough Ukrainian for Eurovision too!

 

Author: James Scanlan

Source: Eurovision Ireland

Image Source: James Scanlan

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