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face-to-face courses

Face-to face courses

Taalthuis will offer face-to-face courses again in September! After a period of only online teaching we go back to the classroom again in September. Taalthuis keeps offering online courses as well.

Personal attention is important so the maximum number of participants in one group is 8. This is also in line with government guidelines according to social distancing. Naturally, at this course we will also observe all other guidelines regarding Covid-19.

We aim to make learning a fun experience! Founded in 2006 Taalthuis now is a well known language institute in the Netherlands for higher educated students. With lesson locations in seven different cities in the Netherlands, Taalthuis makes it possible for expats, au pairs and international students to learn Dutch all over the Netherlands.

Taalthuis uses its own course materials at the Beginner and Intermediate levels. During the courses you will be exploring all kind of interesting subjects and current topics. Each lesson takes 2 hours and 15 minutes. Besides that you need to spend about 5 hours weekly on homework. For the Advanced courses the lessons are 2,5 hours and  the homework will be more.

The e-learning is an important tool that helps you with vocabulary, pronunciation and provides you with challenging exercises.

For the beginners courses it is obligatory to have a basic knowledge of the English language.

The Beginner basic course (A0>A1) teaches you the very basics of the Dutch language. The Beginner basic course au pairs & students makes it possible for  au pairs and and international students to meet each other and share experiences.

The Beginners plus course (A0>A2) is especially developed for German and South African students, or students who already have some knowledge of the Dutch language. This course has a higher level than the Beginners Basic course. Students who are not from Germany or South Africa or don’t have any knowledge of the Dutch language are advised to do the Beginners basic course.

For the Intermediate course (A1>A2) you have to have finished a beginners course at A1.

For the Advanced course (A2>B1) you have to have finished a beginners plus or intermediate course at A2.

For the Advanced course (B1 > B2)  you have to have finished an Advanced course at B1.