Dutch Language Level 5 (B1 -> B2)
Invest in your future, bring your Dutch to the next level! This upper-intermediate course in Dutch offers you the opportunity to learn the Dutch language fast and well. The course aim is to reach level B2. It covers the four skills of listening, reading, writing and speaking. During the course, you will also become more familiar with Dutch customs and manners. If you are looking to become a more proficient user of Dutch, this is the course for you!
The following themes will be covered: holidays, spare time, transportation, nature and landscape, eating and drinking, environment, safety and health, economics and work, and science.
Course activities include:
-speaking fluently -discussions -oral and written summaries -grammar exercises -letter writing-preparation for the NT2 exam programme II
This course is suitable for people who have reached B1 level (CEFR). You are required to do a placement test developed by Babel. This test consists of two parts: multiple choice and writing. A teacher will assess your language skills. On the basis of your test result, you will get advice about which course is suitable for you.
Marc Gebuis, MSc
The course aim is to reach level B2 (CEF).
- Participants can understand the main idea of complex texts, both with concrete and abstract subjects, including technical discourse in the participant’s own professional field.
- Participants can react fluently and spontaneously, in such a way that a normal exchange is possible with native speakers of Dutch, without any strain on either side.
- Participants can produce a clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects, and they can give their opinion on a topical issue and give advantages as well as disadvantages of different options.
Contact hours: 57
Hours of self-study: 60
Total study load: 117 hours
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Babel Language Institute | Dutch courses Utrecht
T: +31 (0)30 227 0008
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