Talk:Portuguese Language

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This is the talk page for discussing improvements to the Portuguese Language page.


First revision suggestions[edit]

To those who view the Introduction to Portuguese page on Wikiversity: I have just come upon this page today, and am very interested in using the WikiMedia resources to further my practice and knowledge of the Portuguese language. Viewing the page history and the contribution history of the page creator (and only edition so far), I assume that the page is not being currently maintained, and would enthusiastically like to assume this undertaking.

All changes to be made will not be proposed first (as would greatly handicap the growth of WikiMedia resources), but I would love suggestions, desires, feedback, comments, and "qualquer dúvida" (lit., whatever doubt(s)) that you have to be sent to me. I am learning the WikiMedia syntax and guidelines, so more will come later.

Especially, could someone please explain to me, TimNelson most likely, why the course code is ALAU1??1 ??

NathanPepper 00:24, 7 July 2008 (UTC)


We are in the house


Estamos na casa. I will start working on this important language. Help is welcome. (about the mentioned course code, I don´t know what is that for)(I will delete that line).

Does anybody around here speak Dutch? Because I want to learn that. Please help with Introduction to the Dutch language. Lets exchange motivations. Ricardoramalho 12:57, 9 March 2009 (UTC)


Trash can


This course is almost abandoned. I will put here same weird stuff that I removed from the page. If someone finds it very important, can recycle it. I am quite new in Wikiprojects, so... I don´t know for sure what is weird and what is not.

  • course code is ALAU1??1 ->(what is a code for? wikiversity is too ambitious sometimes)
  • Stream Portuguese stream ->(Stream?????????)
  • Level: ->(Level low)

Content summary ->(was empty)


Trash can ends here: if you are an expert feel free to clean it. Ricardoramalho 20:15, 9 March 2009 (UTC)