Copernicus Goes To Rio: Soft Voices And Guitars
"We are this giant country in the southern hemisphere, highly mixed racially. We are Latin Americans, but we are not one with the rest of Latin America, because we speak Portuguese."
The aim of EFL Magazine's Copernicus column is to share great examples of non-native speakers, and give students more exposure to what English sounds like in different parts of the world.
This month we're off to Rio de Janeiro to meet "two giants of Brazilian music ... now celebrating 50 years of separate careers that have always intertwined": Caetano . . .
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