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“20% discount for Au pairs and Students” “7 locations all over the Netherlands” “Good course materials” “Small groups, personal attention” “Learning Dutch in small groups” “Taalthuis makes learning fun!” Beginners Basic Intermediate What do you know about Holland? Check your level: “20% discount for Au pairs and Students” “7 locations all over the Netherlands” “Good course materials” “Small groups, personal attention” “Learning Dutch in small groups” “Taalthuis makes learning fun!” Beginners Basic Intermediate What do you know about Holland? Check your level:

Taalthuis offers both online and face-to-face courses!

 

Find out what our students are saying:

Roberto: "When you speak Dutch you feel part of the country. The course at Taalthuis is very helpful. The first sentence I learnt and like a lot was Alle begin is moeilijk! "

Expat Roberto (30) from Italia

"Frans Hals is my favourite painter so I feel incredibly lucky to now be living in Haarlem so close to the Frans Hals museum. I came to the Netherlands a year ago to find new opportunities for a job in retail. So far it’s been a good experience. I really like Haarlem, the Dutch mentality and the general vibe. The Dutch seem open and friendly. You don’t really need to learn Dutch because everyone speaks English but it’s nice to be able to talk to people in their native language. When you speak Dutch you feel part of the country. The course at Taalthuis is very helpful. The first sentence I learnt and like a lot was Alle begin is moeilijk! "

Thomas: "I really like the course because of the energy of the teacher, Josefien. I also like to listen to the songs on the e-learning figuring out which words I need to fill in. "

Expat Thomas (27) from Australia

"Love for a ‘Dutchie’ brought me to the Netherlands. I met a Dutch girl who was travelling in Australia and I decided to follow her. I studied international relations so I’m trying to find a job here by posting articles through the Monash University in Melbourne. Everyone warned me that the Dutch can be very direct but so far I’m not shocked and I find the people very open and friendly. Everybody says hello everywhere. I’m learning Dutch to be able to talk to my girlfriend in her own language. I don’t think it’s very difficult because I learnt German in high school. I really like the course because of the energy of the teacher, Josefien. I also like to listen to the songs on the e-learning figuring out which words I need to fill in. The Dutch word I like the most is ‘gezellig’. "

Taylor:"I enjoy the course so much that I wake up every Tuesday morning with a smile because I’m looking forward to the Dutch lesson! "

Au pair Taylor (20) from South Africa

"I worked for two years before being able to pay for my ticket allowing me to come to the Netherlands as an au pair. I really wanted to go to Europe and especially to the Netherlands because my mother is Portuguese and my father’s roots are Dutch. My family name is Steensma. I’m now trying to find out where all the family members of my father are living in the Netherlands. I must say that I really love the Dutch language! The Dutch grammar makes more sense to me than the grammar of Afrikaans. I’m dyslectic and I personally think the books and e-learning of Taalthuis are very structured with lots of pictures as well as easy materials which really help me understand the lessons better. I enjoy the course so much that I wake up every Tuesday morning with a smile because I’m looking forward to the Dutch lesson! My favourite word is ‘schatje’."