Dutch Language School in Utrecht


The standard course Dutch A1-2 continues from Dutch A1-1 and focuses on Chapters 4 to 6 of the book "Contact! 1". This course is designated for those who possess a basic knowledge of the Dutch language or wish to further extend their knowledge of Dutch.



Our standard courses have lessons two times a week for five weeks with a total of 10 sessions. Each session consists of 3 lesson hours (each of 45 minutes) with a total of 30 lesson hours. 
The course focuses on Chapters 4 to 6 of the book "Contact! 1". Participants of this course finish studies at level A1 based on language levels as described in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

Course subjects
Food and meals, appointment, daily routines, asking for directions and giving directions, distance, ways of transportation, making a proposition, making appointments, making reservations, shopping for clothes, fashion shops, colours, sizes, talking about your family, describing appearances, giving a compliment, talking about emotions, Dutch holidays, talking about character.     
 

Course grammar
Imperative, adverbs hier en daar, short and long vocals: aa/a, oo/o, ee/e, ie/i, uu/u, adjective, ordinal numbers, personal pronoun: subject and object, main clause + subordinate clause and conjunction, possessive pronoun, using 'je' (subject, object, possessive), talking about the future, separable verb, diminutive.

After completion of the course
After completing the course, participants will be able to order in a restaurant and describe simple activities relative to past and present, talk about their and others' activities and have simple discussions using basic reasoning (therefore, because). They will be able to order tickets, give and understand directions, and will have increased their knowledge of Dutch geography and activities.


Course price: € 299 (weekend: €329)


 

Dutch First TIP: If you want to continue your Dutch adventure after completing this course, sign up for Dutch A2-1 to widen your vocabulary.