The Gremio star continues to be courted by Arsenal, who want to secure a £36m bid for his services.
Unai Emery wants Everton to bolster his attacking line.
And it looks like the Brazilian is already hard at work improving his English ahead of his proposed move.
In a video, posted by Everton’s wife Isa Ranieri, he can be seen practicing certain phrases, albeit with little success.
The youngster is seen trying to pronounce ‘jacket’ and ‘dress’ among other phrases.
He also has a go at an unusual phrase, in the form of: ‘Oh yes, my friend!’
Everton may have to improve promptly as according to CalcioMercato, he will be the next player through the door at the Emirates.
The Italian publication claims Arsenal delegates have already flown out to Brazil to secure a deal.
AC Milan were keen on a move for the Copa America star.
But Arsenal remain in ‘pole position’ to sign Everton in a deal worth around £36m.
Brazilian Edu is said to have been vital in negotiations so far since his arrival as the Gunners’ new technical director.
The Gremio hitman is on the radar of a number of European sides this summer following his exploits at the Copa America in recent weeks.
Everton netted three goals at the tournament as Brazil lifted the trophy in front of their home fans in the Maracana.
A move the 23-year-old means Wilfried Zaha is unlikely to get his dream move to the Emirates this summer.
The Ivorian has been pushing for a Crystal Palace exit in recent weeks.
But the Eagles want a whopping £80m for his services.