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I'm living near portomarin and looking for someone to teach me galego. i'm happy to pay. the other option would be to skype i guess.
 

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I'm living near portomarin and looking for someone to teach me galego. i'm happy to pay. the other option would be to skype i guess.
:welcome:

I can't help specifically, but where I live we have the local language of valenciano & the ayuntamiento runs classes for foreigners

maybe yours does something similar for galego?
 

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If you understand Spanish, overlay it with a small amount of Portuguese and you'll find that Galego is not too difficult and, with a little practice, you should be able to read it quite well. You then need to overlay this with the proniunciation differences (which are mostly akin to Portuguese).

For a little reading/comprehension practice use Wikipedia in Galego comparing it with the same subject in Spanish.

Wikipedia, a enciclopedia libre
 
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