Today we have a Silly Timmy comic strip (episodes 1-15 in Portuguese) this is fantastic as there are approximately 260 million speakers globally, of which about 215 million are native speakers. This includes:  AngolaBrazilCape VerdeGuinea-BissauMozambiquePortugal, and São Tomé and Príncipe (I'm a Geographer so you can click on these countries to find out more if you don't know!) Translation of episodes1-15, is courtesy of Beatriz Hummell and epiwodes 31-52 courtesy of Nuno Martins. THANK YOU!

For now, please enjoy and as always, Artwork by John A Abbott of Jot Studios while stories and montages by Justin Sharpe from edu4drrr. Sharing is free as long as original sources are attributed they are not for commercial distribution, education only! Thank you! 

Oh and if you find them hard to read, click on them and a larger version will appear! As if by *MAGIC*

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 1

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 2

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 3

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 4

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 5

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 6

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 7

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 8

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 9

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 10

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 11

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 12

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 13

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 14

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 15

Episodes 16-30 - Coming soon....

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 31

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 32

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 33

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 34

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 35

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 36

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 37

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 38

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 39

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 40

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 41

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 42

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 43

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 44

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 45

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 46

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 47

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 48

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 49

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 50

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 51

Silly Timmy  Portuguese episode 52

And here are the PowerPoint files with the originals and the translated versions too:

Silly_Timmy_comic_and_blank_templates_for_translation_Portuguese_Ep... AND

Silly_Timmy_comic_Portuguese_31-52.pptx

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