Nugent le Roy. We also speak Portuguese in the media library. As part of her “Literanto” educational project, Ormoy resident Sarah Noves Nogueira, of Portuguese origin, came to the La P@renthese media library in Nogent-le-Roi on Saturday morning to read in Portuguese.
Three events are planned annually
Sara Noves Nogueira holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education and a Master’s degree in Foreign Languages, Literatures and Civilizations (Portuguese specialization), and for her the combination of education and literature is essential. “My goal is for our children to speak Portuguese, because oftentimes, even though they understand us when we speak to them in Portuguese, they do not speak it fluently.”
The young woman regularly runs workshops at the Gulbenkian Library in Paris: “My project is to hold three activities in Portuguese here during the school year, and why not install a section of books by Portuguese writers, because they are difficult to find in France.” In the paper version. Today, I will tell a story already translated into French and Portuguese by Mariana Mandi, The world is our home . »
Lucas, 2 years old, came with his mother of Brazilian origin. “His father is French, and we speak to him in both languages, and he started saying a few words in Portuguese.”