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Dutch Lessons in Glasgow. Learn Dutch

If you have been dreaming of speaking Dutch then the Language Trainers approach and the qualified teachers we employ can turn your dreams into reality. There is no need to disrupt your life in order to receive the classes, as they will be built around your timetable and availability.

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Dutch Course in Glasgow

It's no problem if you need to take Dutch lessons specifically for personal use or to help with your career - our trainers mould the lesson plan to your precise needs.

General Dutch courses will provide you with enough grammar and vocabulary to allow you to converse with native speakers, and form a strong basis for further learning. The business element of our Dutch Business courses is important for a lot of our clients who plan to work in a Dutch speaking country.


You shouldn't think that you need to pick from either Business or General courses, though. The exact content of a Business course will vary depend upon your needs and what you request from the teacher. All that really matters is what you want to learn and how you intend to use your Dutch skills once you have gained them. A client who wants their General lessons to focus on a particular area of interest just needs to advise the teacher during their first lesson or at any time during the course.


There are many reasons for choosing one of our Business courses. You might work in import-export, for example, or be sizing up the possibility of going abroad to further your career. Whatever use you are planning for your Dutch knowledge our General courses will get you on the right road. It could be the move which changes your life for the better.


You have the option to participate in a free language consultation before your course begins. This short consultation, usually over the phone, will reveal the work situations you will find yourself in and the terminology you will need to know in order for us to better design your course. This information, in addition to details regarding your preferred methods of learning, will be used to understand your specific requirements, work demands, and the language goals you wish to achieve from your course.

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My lessons are very good. We do a lot of work on my personal needs for my job and that's very good for me and my work!

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Info about Dutch


Spoken by over 30 million people around the word, the Dutch language is the native tongue of the Netherlands and is spoken in many other countries throughout Europe and parts of Africa (being the parent language of Afrikaans). Dutch grammar is similar to German, but made easier by the relative lack of morphology (that is, words changing form depending on the role they are playing in a sentence). This gives it an English feel, though the vocabulary features plenty of those lovely lengthy compound words that generally characterise Germanic languages.

Dutch is not traditionally a popular language for non-native speakers to learn, mainly due to the fact that its use is not widespread, and most Dutch speakers are generally proficient in other European languages. However, the number of non-native speakers has surged in recent years.


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