阅读理解 - 荷兰语家教和老师
I'm a certified CRKBO(Central Register Short Professional Education) teacher. I'm a native speaker, and have been teaching Dutch for 7 years, the last 2 years in Holland. I work with students from all over the world and I always try to focus on the pronunciation, because I think it's the most difficult part of the Dutch language. I try to get my students as close to the native accent as possible, while giving them extensive explanation about the grammar, while at the same time, practicing their reading and writing skills so that they will feel confident using the language. LANGUAGES - Dutch - Russian - English EXPERTISE - Integration-exams - Orthography - Grammar - Development of writing and speaking skills. CERTIFICATES - CRKBO (Central Register Short Professional Education) in the Netherlands
Hello, I have three years of experience in teaching Dutch/French/English. I am an enthusiastic and patient teacher who adjust his classes to your individual needs. I can take you from beginner to fluent. I can help you to prepare for the inburgeringsexamen and the NT2 exam. In my classes we focus on you and your needs and I'll help you improve your Dutch/English quickly.
Hello, I'm Lisa Devoogdt and I live in Belgium. I'm very excited to help you learn Dutch! Dutch is a very nice language I do love to speak and I'm sure I'm going to help you learn and speak it fluently. I graduated as a psychologist but I studied a year longer for my Teacher Qualification for Secondary Education so I have experience with teaching. I have a lot of experience with learning a language, as I speak English, French and last year I learned Spanish so I know how it is to be in your position. I think it is very important to be in constant contact with the language, this can be through listening to music, watching a movie, speaking to natives and there will be my focus on. Furthermore I think it is also important to have a good grammatical base where you can build on and I would be very happy to show and tell you how the Dutch language is formed. Last but not least I think the fun part of learning a language is to be in touch with another culture, with other habits, other food culture and I also want to learn you this. It is not only about the language, but about everything that surrounds the language.