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Dutch Lessons in Glasgow. Learn Dutch

Our approach to Dutch lessons is very simple. First of all we let you decide how you want to receive the classes. Some people like to get them at home and others at work. Some clients prefer to learn during the day and others at the weekend. So you don't need to try and adapt your life to the lessons when they can be tailor made to suit your needs. The classes are then delivered by native speakers who will give you all the help and support you need.

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Dutch Course in Glasgow

Whether you want Dutch lessons to help you in your general day-to-day life or for business needs, our made-to-order language courses can help you improve quickly and confidently.

A General Dutch course will concentrate on providing you with the knowledge you need in order for your trips abroad to be more interesting. You will no longer need to shy away from conversations with the locals. Business courses are aimed at those wishing to work in the target language - so a working knowledge of etiquette in Dutch business, as well as developing proficient reading and writing skills.


Courses are, however, tailor-made - you cover in your lessons what you need to cover. Most students taking a Business Dutch course will gain telephone and email expertise, as well as general conversation skills. A good example of how a General course can be adapted to personal needs might be for a client who intends to buy a property overseas and wants to learn all the words which they can on the subject.


Typical Business course students include those in international import/export, those hoping to gain acquisitions in foreign countries, those within multinational corporations, and people who do business with foreign institutions and governments. There are many different types of people who could benefit from one of our General Dutch courses; someone moving abroad, a person who travels widely or someone who simply wants an absorbing hobby.

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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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