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Online Dutch course now on offer at the Language Centre

16 March 2015

The Language Centre of the University of Groningen will be offering a basic Online Dutch course in April. The Online Dutch course is a distance learning course intended for everyone who would like to learn to speak, write, read and understand Dutch well.

Online Dutch Course
The Online Dutch course is a basic Dutch CEF level 0 to A1 course. It is an 8-week course in which students will study the first eight chapters of the Nederlands in Gangtextbook. There will be plenty of time allotted to practicing productive skills (speaking and writing) and for feedback from the teacher. To practice speaking skills the participants will be given assignments that they can complete with SpeakApps and Skype. Participants will have direct contact with the teacher for a portion of the assignments.

Registering for the Online Dutch course
You can register online for the Online Dutch course via the Language Centre website. The course will be starting on 9 April. Registration will be open until 1 April.

Language Centre
Berna de Boer
Head of Dutch Section
tel. 050 363 5802
languagecentre@rug.nl
www.rug.nl/languagecentre

Last modified:03 January 2019 4.32 p.m.

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