Are you acquainted with the basics of Dutch language, but would you like to interact with native speakers more fluently? Our Dutch Language Level 4 course helps you take your Dutch language skills, including grammar and vocabulary, to the next level. In a small class of up to 16 students with a qualified trainer you’ll advance in your learning quickly and effectively. At the end of the course you have reached level B1, where you’ll be able to share your opinion, give advice and have basic (phone) conversations.
During this course we’ll work extensively on your Dutch language skills, using a variety of exercises on relevant subjects such as education, work, society, climate, art and politics. Aside from the essential grammar and vocabulary work, expect lots of speaking, writing, reading and listening assignments. After three weeks you’ll be able to express yourself in Dutch more fluently, share your emotions and even engage in group discussions.
This course will help you:
- expand your vocabulary;
- improve your grammar (verb tenses, present continuous, conjunctions, om... te, would/could/should, passive, modal, phrasal and reflexive verbs);
- further develop your speaking skills (pronunciation, responding, conversations, group discussions);
- further develop your writing skills (spelling, emails, simple texts);
- improve your comprehension of spoken Dutch;
- improve your comprehension of written Dutch.
This course will be offered in a virtual classroom setting. Check the course description for more information.
This course corresponds with intermediate level B1, as defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Language (CEFR), and is suitable for learners who have reached CEFR level A2.
A Dutch language proficiency test, consisting of multiple choice questions and writing assignments, must be completed in advance to determine your level. A teacher will assess your language skills, leading to a personal advice about the most appropriate Dutch course. Please keep in mind it can take up to 3 working days to assess your level.
Aim of the course
This course aims to take your Dutch language skills to CEFR level B1. After completing this course you’ll be able to:
- comprehend simple texts on everyday topics;
- have basic yet effective conversations in Dutch;
- produce simple texts on familiar subjects;
- describe experiences, expectations and opinions.
Total study load: 117 hours
- Contact hours: 57
- Hours of self study: 60