Dutch Course for Russian speakers for Beginners

Duration: 48
Level: A0-A1
Lessons: 32
Students: 10

Most Russian speakers living in the Netherlands have different reasons for learning the language of the country they live in, but they all face the same obstacle - the difficulty in learning Dutch from scratch if the teacher does not speak Russian and cannot translate unfamiliar ones. words and explain basic grammar rules in a language you understand. That is why Columbus Courses launched a Dutch language course for Russian speakers from scratch.
There are dozens of reasons to visit the Netherlands. Endless fields of tulips, delicious cheese, beer and herring, wonderful museums with colorful paintings - the so-called Dutch school. And also - a beautiful and rather unusual speech that is heard on the streets of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Utrecht and other Dutch cities. The famous Dutch language - it belongs to the Germanic group, and originated in the 5th century. AD In its present form, it was formed already by the 15th century. It turns out that this is one of the most ancient languages ​​of Europe. And in our time, it is easy to learn the Dutch language for Russian-speakers from scratch.
It is native to more than 22 million people in the world, about 17 million of whom live in the Netherlands. It is also curious that it is the official language of the state of Suriname, which is located in another part of the world in relation to the Netherlands - South America. In addition, many languages ​​​​are descended from it - for example, Afrikaans, which is a combination of Dutch and local dialects of African tribes. Learning Dutch from scratch is not that difficult. In terms of difficulty, it can be compared, for example, with German or French.
Do you want to feel comfortable in the Netherlands, understand what others are talking about and have already tried several Dutch courses with native speakers without getting any tangible results? Then it's time to register for a trial Dutch lesson for beginners in Russian-speaking Columbus Courses.

Classes are held both in a group and individually. Our Russian-speaking teachers are not just fluent in Dutch, they are professional teachers and true enthusiasts of their work, so they will be able to explain to you all the subtleties of Dutch pronunciation, reading, sentence construction, everything that is so necessary for people who are just starting to learn the language.

Learning goals for the Dutch Course for Russian speakers (Beginners):

  1. Basic Conversation: Acquiring basic conversational skills, such as greetings, asking and answering simple questions, and engaging in everyday conversations.

  2. Vocabulary and Grammar: Building a basic vocabulary and understanding and applying simple grammar rules to form sentences and comprehend simple texts.

  3. Listening and Reading Comprehension: Developing the ability to understand simple spoken and written texts, such as everyday conversations, short messages, and simple articles.

  4. Writing Skills: Learning to write simple sentences and short texts, such as emails, letters, and personal notes.

  5. Cultural Understanding: Gaining knowledge of Dutch culture, customs, and traditions to develop a broader understanding of the language and society.

  6. Practical Application: Being able to apply the acquired language skills in real-life situations, such as ordering food, asking for directions, and making simple requests.

These learning goals are designed to provide a solid foundation for Russian speakers who are beginning their journey to learn the Dutch language. Through these courses, students will develop essential language skills and cultural knowledge that will enable them to communicate effectively in basic Dutch contexts.

The duration of Dutch Course for Russian speakers for Beginners is from 4 months.
2 lessons per week of 1 hour and 20 minutes in the virtual classroom. Students are expected to attend at least 80% of the classes.