Dutch Language Level 7 (B2+ -> C1)
Babel Language Institute
22 July 2019
02 August 2019
Utrecht, The Netherlands
Are you ready to bring your already advanced level of Dutch to an even higher level? This advanced course in Dutch offers you the opportunity to further improve your Dutch language skills. It focuses on an active command of the language (speaking and writing), but it also enables you to improve your reading comprehension. Dutch language level 7 is a follow-up of the course Dutch level 6 and will further expand your language skills and increase your saying power. The course aim is to reach level C1.
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Dutch is a Germanic language that is spoken by approximately 23 million people world-wide. Most of these live in the Netherlands and in Belgium, but Dutch is also spoken in Surinam and in the Dutch Antilles. This course is ideal for language learners who have passed the NT2 State Exam programme 2, and have followed the course Dutch level 6, but who would like to express themselves more fluently and continue to expand their already wide vocabulary even further.
Course activities include:
-reading comprehension -vocabulary exercises -discussions -presenting -grammar exercises -writing exercises
You are required to do a placement test developed by Babel. This test consists of two parts: multiple choice and writing. A teacher will assess your language skills. On the basis of your test result you will get an advice about which course is suitable for you.
Marc Gebuis, MSc
At the end of this course, participants will feel more confident in Dutch. They can express themselves more fluently and spontaneously and better understand subtle nuances in written and spoken Dutch (C1 level, CEFR). After completing this course, a participant is able to:
- understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts.
- demonstrate much more variety in use of vocabulary.
- express ideas more fluently and spontaneously.
- use language effectively for social, academic and professional purposes.
Contact hours: 27
Hours of self study at the institute: 23
Total study load: 50 hours
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