Dutch Lessons in Southampton. Learn Dutch
When you start taking Dutch classes with Language Trainers you will realise that the approach we use is ideal for getting your knowledge up to a good level quickly. Everything about the course will be tailor made for you and it will be delivered by a native Dutch speaker who is also fully qualified.
Dutch Course in Southampton
Regardless of whether you want to learn for work reasons or for personal use you will enjoy the process with us and soon move onto a level you are happy with.
General Dutch courses will ensure that you have the grammar and vocabulary needed to take a comfortable and enjoyable trip abroad in which you are able to speak to Dutch speakers without fear. The Business courses we provide will give you the ability to cope in a more formal Dutch environment whenever you need to.
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. Similarly, General courses can delve deeper into certain areas of the language that you know you will need.
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. Our Dutch students take on General courses for a wide number of different reasons. Some of them might be planning on moving abroad while others could simply be looking for a challenge or want to learn more about the Dutch culture.
› Two-to-One and Small Group - Dutch Course in Southampton (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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