Dutch Lessons in Leicester. Learn Dutch
Once you have made the decision to learn Dutch you will be keen to do so in the most intelligent way possible. This is where the flexible and professional approach of Language Trainers will come in useful. We will give you the lessons you need and let you decide where and when they happen.
Dutch Course in Leicester
You might want to learn Dutch for any number of different reasons and the key thing is that we will tailor the course to these needs and give you the support you need to gain the skills you want.
Thanks to one of our general Dutch courses you will get a lot more pleasure out of your trip to foreign countries where it is spoken. There are few things more satisfying than being able to communicate well in a second language and this is what the course offers you. You will learn the all important business etiquette as part of our Business Dutch courses. This is essential to avoid making costly or embarrassing mistakes on work trips abroad.
The possibilities are not limited to these two categories, however. Those taking a Business course will generally also learn Dutch telephone and email skills, as well as learning the basics for surviving short visits to the country. Similarly, General courses can delve deeper into certain areas of the language that you know you will need.
Our Business courses cater to a range of requirements. Many of our clients work for foreign governments and educational institutions, corporations with branches abroad, as well as those who buy and sell around the world. General courses cater mostly to those who wish to learn Dutch for short trips to (or through) a country where it is widely spoken; as well as those who wish to pass a specific Dutch exam, people who want to buy a home abroad, and people marrying into a Dutch family.
› Two-to-One and Small Group - Dutch Course in Leicester (closed group)
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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Typical course length:
• 30 hours per level
(classes are usually 2 hours each)
We also offer packages of:
• 20 hours
• 50 hours
• 100 hours
(with discounted rates)
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