A1 > A2
You have a beginner’s level (A1) of Dutch and are able to understand and use the basics of the Dutch language. You can understand conversations with your neighbors, friends and colleagues, provided that they speak slowly and clearly.
Your vocabulary consists of about 2,200 words. Your learning objectives are:
For immigrants, expats (also people living abroad), partners of Dutch citizens, professionals for whom the command of Dutch plays an important role, students, and any other person who needs to prepare for the Civic State exam or who thrives in a small learning environment.
The lessons are all based on either “Taalcompleet” or the “Delftse methode”. The first focusses on listening, vocabulary and active applying new words in conversation. The latter offers a large number of (online) exercises. Our tutoring always includes explanation of Dutch customs, culture, standard phrases, unwritten rules, common expressions, daily life communication, and the Dutch history and geography. The thematic lessons of the Delft method are very suitable for 1-on-1 conversation training in which you apply the learned grammar immediately. Your vocabulary grows every lesson with about 50 words.
Lower-intermediate level (A2)
Depending on your learning objectives and your availability, you can choose from:
Depending on the frequency of your lessons and your availability, you will need a minimum of 4 hours for homework and self-study, additionally to the lesson hour.
Taaltutor offers final tests from ICE, for which a certificate is awarded for each test. These tests have been approved by the Ministry of Education. The tests we can offer are: Writing, Conversation, Speaking, Listening and Reading, ranging on A2 and B1 level. With this level you can also sign up for the Inburgeringsexamen (Civic State Exam). Read more about this exam here.
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