Portuguese newspapers
Jornais portugueses.

Take this precious resource and use it in your advantage.

Boas! [hi]

Portuguese newspapers or, in Portuguese "jornais portugueses" are one of the best resources you have to be in contact with the Portuguese language.

In fact, if you are not living in a Portuguese speaking country, you need to be in contact with the language almost every day.

Yes, as they say "use it or lose it". Indeed, it can take you a lot of time learning a language, but if you stop reading, speaking and listening in that language, you will very likely forget it.

For those who are learning Portuguese right now, reading articles from newspapers is one of the best resources available, and for free. If you need some guidance with the Portuguese pronunciation, please click here and learn how to pronounce the words correctly.

I have chosen here for you the best Portuguese newspapers websites.

Chose one article a day, at least, and read it out loud.

I know, I know, it will sound quite freaky and weird if any of your family members, any of your work colleagues or one of your fiends hear you reading aloud in a language they cannot understand...

If this is the case, and if you don't feel comfortable with it, close the door of your room or office, or print out an article and go to the park to read it when you are having a break.

Don't let anything nor anyone refrain you from reading and practising Portuguese. This is your aim, and you must keep focused on it!

So here you have the names of the Portuguese newspapers by regions. Click on their names to access their websites. (New window opens.)

Diário de Notícias
Correio da Manhã
Diário Económico
A Bola

Jornal de notícias
O Comércio do Porto (blog)
O Primeiro de Janeiro
O Jogo

North of Portugal:
Diário do Minho
Correio do Minho

Middle Portugal (Central):
Diário de Aveiro
Diário de Coimbra
Diário de Viseu
Diário de Leiria

South of Portugal:
Jornal do Algarve

Diário Insular
Açoreano Oriental
Açores Digital

Jornal da Madeira
Diário de Notícias da Madeira

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And that's it!

I hope you enjoy these newspapers.

Rafael Tavares.

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