Due to the coronavirus outbreak, Dutch & Such is now offering the Intermediate Dutch courses online only. I’ve chosen to use Google Classroom for sharing content. For the live online sessions with my instruction, and direct questions from the class, we are going to use an online conferencing platform.
There are a few very good platforms to choose from, and depending on what works best for the group as a whole, I will make the choice which to use. I have the following platforms available for use in the online course:
We are free to choose which platform to use.
Prior to each lesson you will receive a notification to log on. The online sessions will take place on the dates and times stated in the overview for the course.
If you’d like to sign up for an online Dutch course please register by hitting the registration button at the top of the page. I look forward to seeing you online! For now, stay safe everyone.
You can easily order a ‘broodje bij de bakker’, but you would also like to feel confident expressing your ideas in Dutch. You know the difference between a ‘vis restaurant’ and a ‘vies restaurant’, but you would also like to have an interesting conversation with your Dutch dinner date. You know that in the Netherlands ‘koffie’ is the single most important substance at work, but you would also like to know what’s being said during meetings and around the coffee machine. Does this sound familiar? Then join us! And move your Dutch to the next level…B1.
|Starting:||16 April 2020|
|Cost:||€ 395.- (excluding book)|
|Course dates:||16, 23 April
7, 14, 21, 28 May
4, 11, 18, 25 June
|Course Book:||Nederlands in Actie|
You are well beyond the basics now. Possibly you have reached a plateau in your learning. Perhaps you need more Dutch for work. Maybe you’re entertaining the idea of taking the NT2 exam. You are at B1 level and you would like to become more fluent. This course sets you on your way towards level B2.
The intermediate course will not run this spring. However, it’s always good to drop me a line if you are interested. That way I can keep you posted. Thanks.
The general rule for homework during your language course is as follows:
for each individual class, you need to factor in the same amount of time for the homework.
Say, for instance, you have a 90-minute class once a week, then the time you should spend on the homework should be 90 minutes as well. Before you start doing your homework it is important to time yourself. Cap your homework time at that 90-minute mark. Don’t worry if you haven’t finished.
Bear in mind it is more productive to do your homework in three half-hour sessions spread out through the week, than in one 90-minute session. The secret to learning is routine.
If you would like to join us then please fill in the registration form.
For details concerning payment please feel free to get in touch with me by using the contact form. All payments go through Internet banking. Cash is possible. No credit cards, please.