10 weeks

monday: 18:30 - 19:30 thursday: 18:30 - 19:30

8 hours
per week

A2 => B1-

Number of students
4 - 10

€ 540 ,-
(20 hour )

3e Oosterparkstraat 271, 1092 EA Amsterdam

Intermediate – Delft Method – Tweede ronde-a

Would you like to take your Dutch language skills from A2 to B1- level in 10 weeks from the comfort of your home? This course is for you if your Dutch is at A2 level, you want to progress to B1 level and are willing to study intensively. The course is based on the Delftse methode, an effective method for learning a new language quickly, developed by the Delft University of Technology. This is an semi-intensive course that will cost you about 10 hours per week.

During our classes we work with the famous Delft Method developed by Delft University. With this method you are able to learn a new language in a natural and fast way. You will immerse yourself into learning Dutch in a small group led by an enthusiastic, qualified teacher. Two times a week you will have a conversation lesson taking one hour. During the conversation lesson you will discuss a text which you will study beforehand. The teacher leads the conversation while at the same time assessing the students’ reading comprehension skills.

Please note: The introduction class will take place in the week before the beginning of the course. You will already have to make homework in the weekend before the first class. The final test takes place in the week after the last class.

This course is taught using the Delftse methode – Tweede ronde method and in these 10 weeks we will cover the first half of the book. If you like the course and want to continue, you can take the next course, called Intermediate – Delft Method – Tweede ronde-b.

Interested? Register now or contact us for a free, no-obligation intake interview.

Select start date and time:

Intermediate – Delft Method – Tweede ronde-a
Starting date: 18-09-2023
maandag, donderdag | 18:30 - 19:30
Total price: € 540,-
Location: 3e Oosterparkstraat 271, 1092 EA Amsterdam

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