Welcome to BRIC Language

If you want to learn how to speak Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, or Brazilian Portuguese, the BRIC Method is the fastest and most convenient way to learn a language. Our online language classes use live video, whiteboards, and file sharing for a totally interactive experience with teachers based in the countries where these languages are spoken every day!  Do you want to learn Mandarin? Well, what better way to learn than from a teacher living in China?  Interested in learning Spanish? No problem! Learn Spanish from a teacher living in Mexico.  Did you want to learn Portuguese? We have teachers in Brazil that speak Brazilian Portuguese 24/7.  Our learning content has been customized for each specific language, whether you want to learn Brazilian Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese or Spanish. Because BRIC Language Systems is an online language learning program, we are able to tailor the programs that fit your busy schedule and meet your goals. Being online also allows you to take your language classes from anywhere, so you will never miss class because you happen to be away on business.  Click here to sign up for your free trial and start learning Spanish, Mandarin Chinese or Brazilian Portuguese today!


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Latest Blog Posts

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Jul
29

O verão e o ideal de beleza Chinês - Lidi

This is a guest post in Portuguese by Christine Marote, a Brazilian expatriate residing in China. In this post Chris explains to us the beauty standards in China, their obsession with white-snow skin and how this is associated with wealth and high socia... More >>
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Jul
25

Amusing Expressions and Idioms in Portuguese - Lidi

The Portuguese language is rich with interesting idioms, proverbs and expressions. This time we've decided to focus on some amusing expressions and popular idioms in Brazilian Portuguese. Check out the Slideshare we've created!
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Jul
23

Differences Between Mandarin and Cantonese - Mike

Surprisingly, Mandarin Chinese and Cantonese Chinese are not mutually intelligible! Hong Kongers frequently joke that it is like "the chicken talking to the duck", which means they cannot understand one another. Although both they are similar (both are ... More >>