Learning Dutch seems on an all-time high, as expats are flooding the Netherlands, and catching with everything from Dutch housing requirements to apartheid in the capital city of Amsterdam. Most people still prefer learning Dutch in groups. But why is that? Maybe it is something you should consider, too. Why learn Dutch in small groups? Find out now.
‘Why learn Dutch in small groups? What I like the most about the Learn Dutch Now group course, is that we actually DO something during these sessions, which really works, of course’, Jay, former student in Amsterdam. Read more testimonials over here.
Other reasons why learning Dutch in a small group setting (like the LDN course) might help you are
- You will meet like-minded people, motivated to learn Dutch
- The more, the merrier: practicing anything with a group is always better
- You get to go on THREE field trips together, during which you can help eachother to actively use Dutch in a real life situation
- It’s cheaper
In 4 interactive hours a week you will work on your Dutch grammar, writing and speaking – individually and with your fellow students. You will follow an immersive system involving every student and all the essential grammar. You will find that this course is therefore very suitable to start learning Dutch and/or to prepare for the inburgeringsexamen. You will have an A1 or A2 level of Dutch after successfully completing the LDN course. You can follow lessons during the week and in the weekend.
All-new groups are starting every month, in all major expat-cities througout the Netherlands
Do you live in Amsterdam, Amstelveen, Utrecht, Rotterdam or Eindhoven and are you serious about learning Dutch? Then don’t wait, invest in Dutch side now.