Learn intermediate Dutch in Dutch 5: understand more (B1)
What you'll learn
- A Dutch course for intermediate students (B1)
- Learn new words at B1 level
- Practical lessons to improve your Dutch skills
- Total immersion: no English used
- Typical grammar issues like the differences between meestal, meeste and vooral
- Extra downloadable audio and exercises
- Having followed the 4 previous courses on Udemy
- Or: know between 1000 and 1500 Dutch words
Do you already know Dutch at the intermediate level, about 1000-1500 words?
Or did you follow my previous courses until level B1?
Do you want to understand even more Dutch?
Do you prefer to learn at your own rhythm?
Do you want to learn words and expressions at your level?
You're in the right place here!
A second course for intermediate students (B1)
Over 100 words and plenty of practical grammar and exercises: this is what is waiting for you in this course. It's aimed at students at the intermediate level (B1).
Examples of lessons: how to use prepositions like te and door, vocabulary about food, the differences between meeste, meestal, when to use helft and half, and much, much more... The course is story-based, we follow two characters in a day in their lives, to make the course interesting and easy to follow.
In this Dutch course you'll learn with 24 video lessons, 100% in the Dutch language, so you will learn quickly. There are also MP3s attached to each lesson, so you can listen to the new vocabulary again and practice again.
Also be prepared, because there's a test at the end of each lesson - as well as an exam at the end of the course. But you can take as much time as you need to prepare.
You can start this course if you already know about 1000 to 1500 words. The Flemish accent, from Belgium, is the accent I use in this course. In the Netherlands, they can also understand this accent.
After this course you will be a bit further than the middle of level B1.
Ready to learn Dutch with me? Get ready to understand more Dutch!
Your Dutch teacher,
PS: If you don't understand something, ask questions, because the course is 100% in Dutch.
Who this course is for:
- Intermediate Dutch students
Hi! I'm Alain.
Curiously, when I was a teenager, many language teachers told me I wasn't so good at languages. My Dutch was poor. My English teacher even advised me to follow extra courses.
I discovered I loved languages when I went to Germany in 2010. I had some basic German skills but started to speak in German from day one. What I got in return was amazing: friendship, love, respect and a good level of German. Since then, I'm passionate about languages.
Now I'm proud to be able to express myself in French, Dutch, English, German, Maltese and Spanish. I also have some Portuguese notions. And I'm always busy learning new languages and taught some of my languages via tutoring.
I also have a life besides languages. I love economics, politics and all the processes that shape our society. I worked in communications a few years and hold 3 degrees: in Journalism, EU Studies and Management.