A2 > B1
You already have a reasonable knowledge of Dutch (lower-intermediate level / A2) and can easily have short conversations with neighbors, friends, and colleagues. You are ready for learning to speak more fluently and with a more extensive command of grammar and vocabulary.
In this course you will learn how to:
The lessons are focus on active listening, speaking, and building vocabulary. We focus on Dutch customs, culture, unwritten rules in our society, the Dutch history and geography, common expressions, sayings, and work and daily life conversations. The thematic lessons of the Delft method (Tweede Ronde) are very suitable for 1-on-1 or 1-on-2 conversation training in which you apply the learned grammar immediately. Your vocabulary grows every lesson with about 50 words.
Intermediate level (B1)
Depending on your learning objectives and your availability, you can choose from:
For newcomers, expats (also people living abroad), partners of Dutch citizens, professionals for whom the command of Dutch plays an important role, students, and any one who thrives in a small learning environment.
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.
You have time on your hands to do homework; writing and reading exercises are only discussed in class if you have questions about them. We also encourage you to come with daily life and work situations in which Dutch plays an important role.
Taaltutor offers final tests from ICE, for which a sub-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, at B1 level. If you want to take the formal test called Staatsexamen I, you can find more information on this website.
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