ONLINE DUTCH CLASSES VIA ZOOM OR SKYPE

Taalservice Connect offers individual and group Dutch lessons via Zoom or Skype.

Why taking Dutch lessons online:

  • the lesson quality is fully comparable to personally attended lessons,
  • you save travel time and expenses,
  • you can have a Dutch lesson during a work break or early in the morning,
  • greater time flexibility, we agree on the lesson times and they can vary according to your schedule.

The length of lessons is 45, 60 or 90 minutes. Depending on student's preference, we can use a webcam. The teacher will type all vocabulary in the chat window, and after each lesson, students will receive this vocabulary list per email.

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Focus & Lesson structure

The focus of the lessons is generally on speaking, vocabulary, sentence structure and the necessary grammer, with lots of speaking exercises and games to boost your confidence while speaking Dutch. The teacher will offer various materials based n the students' language level and preferred focus. We can spend half of the lesson with speaking exercises, and the other one learning and practicing grammar. You can get writing and grammar exercises for homework. The lessons are totally tailor-made, based on your needs and the teachers18 years of teaching experience.

Not sure about your current language level? Contact us for help. 

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"Kat is the best language professional I had luck to work with. Lessons are efficiently built, adjusted to one's needs and fun. The right choice for both companies and private Skype lessons." -Ekaterina, student

"From the first moment I had contact with Kat she was friendly, personable and very professional. Her knowledge of languages and her ability to communicate even the most subtle of differences in language made her an invaluable teacher. It was a real pleasure learning with Kat and I'd recommend her taalservice without hesitation. Dank u wel!" Shaun, student


"If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart." Nelson Mandela