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Hey guys, Hope everyone is good. I've been studying portuguese now for about 3 months, and having previously studied spanish for over 2 years I am now finding that I'm able to read through far more advanced portuguese material compared to 3 months after I started Spanish. Now obviously this is because of the many similarities between the two languages, But my question is regarding how to practice and improve my listening skill in portuguese. It may sound silly but i've almost forgotten how I did it with spanish. Obviously with most languages it's the listening comprehension that comes later on, but because i'm already at an intermediate level reading wise thanks to my spanish, it's kind of made me wonder what is the best way to tackle improving listening? will I really have to listen to really really easy boring content and go from there? or should I just watch the same sort of history channel documentaries I watch in spanish, but in Portuguese and just see how it goes. As always, suggestions and advice would be reeeaallly helpful!!