If you are learning Dutch, it will certainly benefit you to also hold an internationally recognized exam or certificate. Taalservice Connect prepares students for taking the Dutch Civic Integration Exam (Inburgeringsexamen) and for Certificated os Dutch as a Foreign Language (CNaVT).
Lessons entail working directly with materials designed for preparation for the given exams. This will familiarize you with the types of exercises and tasks that the exams have in store for you; moreover, you will practice both spontaneous and prepared speaking, writing and listening. The teacher will prepare you for how the exam is structured, the type of exercises and grammar categories you can expect, and will give you invaluable advice on how to approach the particular exam.
By clicking on the buttons below, you can download a summary of all official Dutch language exams according to the language level needed to pass, as well as more information about the Dutch Civic Integration Test and CNaVT Preparation.
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"After various group lessons I started lessons with Katerina to prepare for the NT2-II exam. Kat is an excellent teacher and the individual focus really helps to make fast progress. She is also fun to talk to and provides lot of up-to-date and useful material outside normal "boring" course books :) The lessons via Skype worked even better than what I expected. I can definitely recommend to anyone in need of Dutch lessons!" Anu, student
"Katerina is a very dedicated teacher. Perfectly prepared for every lesson via Skype that I have been following with her. Very flexibel regarding the classes time. She offers flexible class times to help busy students find time to study. She is able to give me individual attention and focus on specific needs.Very knowledgeable teacher of Dutch language at the level C1 in my case. I recommend her to everybody who needs to learn Dutch and to be well prepared for the CNaVT exam." Jolanta, 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