Practice Dutch with Veerle & Jan Hein

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Level: Intermediate and above

When: Thursdays

Time: 09:30 PM UTC

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Event Description

This free event is for level B2 and above. You’re welcome to participate in discussions and exchange your experiences – with respect for other people and other opinions!

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Agenda: 

    • welkom & stel jezelf kort voor
    • afspraken: wat mag, wat mag niet in deze meeting
    • intro: wat is het topic vandaag (ik mail je 1 dag vooraf wat vragen door)
    • we frissen wat woordenschat op, wat uitdrukkingen over dit topic
    • in breakoutrooms praten we in kleine groepen
    • samen: welk woord van vandaag ga je onthouden (en gebruiken)?
    • einde: feedback, suggesties
    • tot ziens, tot volgende keer!

Meet Your Host: Veerle

I’m a native Dutch speaker.

I live in the Flemish part of Belgium, where we speak Dutch – the same language as spoken in the Netherlands.

Veerle, Pep Talk Radio Dutch Language Host

I’m a certified teacher with years of experience in teaching Dutch as a foreign language to adults who come to live in Belgium.

Join my free events to improve your Dutch.

I’m a huge fan of free language events and communities, they have helped me a lot in practicing my English, Spanish and French. I hope I can help YOU speak Dutch more fluently!

Meet Your Host: Jan Hein

I am a native Dutch speaker, but I am not a qualified teacher for languages, but for physics.

I have been a physics teacher for two years on a high school and after that I worked as a modeling engineer in Semiconductor industry. I am retired since 2019.

Jan Hein, Pep Talk Radio Dutch Language Host

Join my free events in the Dutch language to have fun and improve your speaking skills.

It was so nice for me to join equivalent Spanish events that I am glad to help others speaking Dutch more fluently.

Discover the Benefits of Learning Dutch: From Career Opportunities to Cultural Insights

Have you ever considered learning Dutch? Perhaps you’ve heard that it’s a difficult language to master, or maybe you’re not sure if it’s worth the effort. However, there are many compelling reasons why learning Dutch can be a rewarding and enriching experience.

Firstly, Dutch is an official language in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Suriname, so learning it opens up a range of cultural experiences and travel opportunities. The Netherlands, in particular, is known for its vibrant cities, rich history, and innovative industries, making it a popular destination for both tourism and business.

Speaking Dutch can also enhance your career prospects. The Netherlands is a highly developed country with a strong economy and a high standard of living. Many multinational companies have headquarters or offices in the Netherlands, and being able to speak Dutch can give you a competitive advantage when applying for jobs.

Another reason to learn Dutch is that it can help you connect with Dutch-speaking people and communities around the world. Dutch is spoken by over 24 million people globally, including in countries such as Canada, the United States, and South Africa.

Finally, learning Dutch can be a fun and rewarding challenge. While it’s true that Dutch can be a challenging language to learn, it’s also a highly structured language with clear rules and patterns. Plus, mastering a new language can be a source of personal satisfaction and a boost to your cognitive abilities.

In conclusion, learning Dutch can provide a range of benefits, from career opportunities to cultural insights. So why not consider taking on the challenge and exploring the Dutch language and culture for yourself?

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