Conversational Dutch up to A1
|Studyload:||16 hours of classwork, approximately 9 hours of homework.|
|Audience:||Those who have taken a level A1 course at the Language Centre or have reached a comparable level of proficiency (CEFR level A1). People who have not followed the Language Centre A1 course must first come to an office hour to discuss with a teacher whether this course is suitable for them.|
Are you a beginner in Dutch (level A1) and do you find speaking particularly difficult? Not just forming sentences, but pronouncing words and saying whole sentences? Then this is the course for you! Conversation will be the main focus. We will talk about many different subjects and use several different ways of working. We will also pay a lot of attention to correct pronunciation of Dutch sounds and will practise word stress and sentence intonation. This is not a grammar course; The emphasis is on learning to speak more fluently. Speaking exercises in which attention is paid to grammar can still be part of the course, though. The course will improve your speaking skills, pronunciation and ability to make yourself understood.
Your Level > Office Hour
If you want to register for a course at this level and you have not followed a course with the Language Centre before, you must visit the office hour. You can only register for this course if you have been given the matching advice.
A maximum of 16 students.
|Last modified:||14 December 2018 2.45 p.m.|