Beginner 1
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Beginner 1

Level before the course: You have not yet participated in a Dutch course: A0
Level after the course: A1-

The Beginner 1 course is for students who want learn Dutch from scratch. We will teach you the basics of the Dutch language. This includes: the alphabet, verbs in the present tense, the use of the articles de and het, syntax, vocabulary, days of the week, telling the time, family, how to make appointments and suggestions, expressing your opinion and we will practice how to communicate whilst shopping.

We work with different themes. Every lesson pays attention to all different components such as reading, listening, grammar, vocabulary, speaking and writing. Each class has a clear structure of repetition, instruction, practicing in pairs or small groups, working independently and we often play fun games to retain your attention in a pleasurable and productive way.

There will never be more than 10 students in our classes, therefore we always offer time for questions and personal feedback. Lessons are lively and motivating. As a result, our students enjoy coming to class and show us fast results!

Method: De Opmaat (€39,90) ISBN 978 90 8506 723 8. This book is used from Beginner 1 to Pre Intermediate 2: level A0 to A2. To purchase the book: click on the picture of the book below and add it to your cart. You will then receive your book on your first day of class.

* Attention:
Course starting 7 January: 1 extra lesson on Saturday 25th January 11:30-13:30h
Course starting 12th March: no lessons on 30th April and 7th May
Course starting 18th May: no lesson on 1st June

Course dates

7 January - 18 February 2020 *Tuesdays 19:30 - 21:30h
18 January - 7 March 2020 Saturdays 12:30-14:30h
12 March - 14 May 2020 *Thursdays 19:30-21:30h
18 May - 13 July 2020 *Mondays 17:30-19:30h

Course information

  • Location: Haagsche Bluf 7 - 3rd floor
    2511 CN The Hague
  • 8 weeks, 2 hours a week
  • Level A0 to A1-
  • 3 - 10 students
  • €240

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