Dutch Stage 1
Blended learning in Glasgow
1. Introduce yourself to someone and give some basic information about yourself such as where you live/where you are from/what you do/your age/your family.
2. Talk about other people and give the same kind of information about them as in (1) above.
3. Ask someone else about their habits, what they do, where they live, where they work etc.
4. Say what date it is, tell the time in Dutch (numbers, days of the week).
5. Talk about what you are going to do in the near future/what you do in the course of an average day, week.
6. Describe people’s clothing (colours).
7. Order food and drink.
8. Express your likes/dislikes
9. Give basic directions in Dutch
Government funding available
To take into account
By the end of the course you should be able to communicate with a native Dutch speaker who asked you the following questions: Waar woon je? Waar kom je vandaan? Waar werk je? Hoe laat is het? Wanneer doe je boodschappen? Hoe oud zijn je kinderen? Heb je zin in een biertje? Houd je vriend van fietsen?
10 credits at University level 1
experienced trained tutors in modern teaching facilities
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Carlo Van Den Heuval
Dutch Stage 1
Introductory course for people with little or no knowledge of Dutch. Students will learn to handle everyday situations in Dutch (greetings, exchanging personal information, ordering food and drink, etc.). Emphasis on pronunciation, basic grammar, vocabulary building and culture of the Netherlands and Flanders, through paired/group activities, games, tapes and visits from native speakers.
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