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Teacher Date Day Time Sessions Fee Enrol
Marion Verbruggen 18 July Tuesday 6-8pm 9 $335 Enrolments closed

Course outline

This course will help increase confidence in speaking and conversation, with a special focus on pronunciation,  listening skills, sentence structure, and ways of saying things that are typically Dutch. Content will be offered such as dialogues in authentic situations, and content such as poems, cartoons, songs, short videos, and specially adapted readers can be used as a starting point for conversation. Students will be encouraged to participate in language games, role play, listening and speaking exercises. Special exercises will also be used to help with responding to questions. To fully benefit from the course, students should also do work at home and prepare for the next class. For further details, also see the page at

Learning outcomes

By the end of this course, you should:

  • have developed basic conversational skills and strategies to better understand and speak Dutch in everyday situations.
  • have improved fluency, pronunciation and sentence structure
  • be more familiar with Dutch culture.
  • be able to engage in conversations in various situations, including expressing opinions on a variety of topics.

Who should enrol

Students who have completed Beginning Dutch or the equivalent (approx 40 hours of study), or students who are already familiar with Dutch.

Course Materials

No textbook is required for this course.

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