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No matter where you live, chances are we can introduce you to an amazing teacher in your neighborhood. You can take lessons in the privacy of your own home or at your teacher's location.
What if your dream teacher is on the other side of the country? No problem. You can meet with your teacher online using a webcam on your computer.
For the best experience, we typically recommend 60-minute Dutch lessons. However, students looking for a more affordable option may want to consider a shorter lesson length of 45 or 30 minutes. On average, 45-minute Dutch lessons are 19% less expensive at $39, and 30-minute lessons cost 50% less at $24.
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You will learn conversational Dutch.
You can count on quality lessons!
I am Dutch from Nationality,
Born on the Dutch Caribbean Island of Curacao where the
official language is Dutch.
My Dutch lessons are all interactive conversational based.
My goal is to help you speak Dutch fluently and as soon as possible
· Ukulele · In home
· Classical Guitar · Online
· Guitar · Online
I am a native speaker and have taught for more then 15 years.
My lesson are structured, creative and fun.
· Classical Guitar · In home
· Dutch · Online
· Singing · In studio
· Piano · In home
Yvonne called to tell me she likes Mr. Paul and she has homework.
· Singing · In studio
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Do you want to take Dutch lessons with the perfect teacher near you? If yes, then you’ve come to the right place. Private Dutch lessons and classes with a TakeLessons Certified™ teacher - whether in-home, studio, or online - accelerates your progress, increases enjoyment, and improves every student's chances of becoming a fluent user of the Dutch language. Private tutoring makes learning easy, it's more affordable than you might think, and it's the most impactful way to improve your skills for beginner or advanced learners.
Our Dutch tutors work with students of all ages: kids, teenagers, adults, and even seniors. They can teach you the origins of the Dutch language, in addition to the vocabulary, the grammar, the punctuation, the consonants, the vowels, allophones, sentence structures, gender differences, and other technical aspects. Learn about and experience the physical, social, and emotional benefits of learning Dutch.
Dutch is classified as a Category 1 language (meaning it's one of the easiest languages to master for English speakers), and it takes up to 24 weeks, or 750 hours, of deliberate practice to gain General Professional Fluency. A private tutor can help keep you focused, committed, and motivated, not to mention their ability to help you overcome any language hurdles you have trouble with.
Your tutor offers you expert language learning techniques and tips, and helps you develop good practice habits, so that you can maximize your learning experience, and achieve your goals faster. Learning Dutch is extremely useful in the United States and Europe, it helps with career prospects, educational development, business opportunities, and personal relationships. Become a better Dutch speaker, reader, writer, and communicator.
Whether you are a beginner, intermediate, or advanced student, our private teachers come from a variety of backgrounds, making it easy to find the perfect match for your interest and skill level. Each instructor's specialties are listed in their profile, along with details about their background check, photos, student feedback, and lesson availability.
Students taking online Dutch classes benefit from greater convenience, enjoy better rates, and can choose from a wider selection of teachers nationwide. If you've ever taken any foreign language classes over Skype, you'll love using our interactive TakeLessons Classroom.
We guarantee a personalized experience that will make you glad you took up private lessons. In fact, we are so committed to your happiness that we offer all new customers a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee on your first lesson.
Alternative Language Lesson Methods:
Dutch Apps and Books
For independent language learners, downloading popular language apps - free and premium - or checking out Dutch books from the library are excellent options. They cost less overall than private lessons, and allow you to learn at your own pace, on your own time, and the topics of your own choosing. The downside is that you don't have personal instruction for the times you need to overcome any challenging obstacles. Learning with a partner or a teacher gives you the personal interaction you need to verbally practice and attempt the language.
Netherlands and Belgium Travel & Immersion
If you're considering study-abroad programs in the Netherlands or Belgium, work relocation, international business opportunities, or general travel as a means to learning Dutch, immersing yourself and interacting with locals is a surefire way to accelerate your learning. Reading signs, menus, and local newspaper magazines while abroad could expose you to all kinds of spontaneous subjects. Conversing with or having to ask native speakers for directions or recommendations forces you to proactively apply your lessons. The downside is that many students, professionals, and travelers don't feel as confident in taking this approach. Not knowing the basics of the language could backfire on you, and lead to poor decision making. If you learn basic conversation and the most popular phrases for traveling, then you can combine this knowledge with immersion and return home a more fluent speaker.
Taking small group classes to learn a new language is another good way to acquire basic language skills, immediate feedback, and human interaction. It combines both passive and active learning. A professional instructor leading the class can keep the agenda tight and ensure each student gets the chance to participate, and get their questions answered. It can also be more affordable than private 1-on-1 lessons. Find local group Dutch classes near you by doing a quick Google search, or better yet, sign up for TakeLessons Live, the new and affordable way to learn languages, and to learn how to play musical instruments in small groups of 5-8. You pay a flat monthly or annual fee, and get unlimited access to hundreds of classes online every month. Perfect for beginners.
At TakeLessons, we understand every student is different, and that the best way to learn any language is to try a combination of various learning techniques. Try all of the above, find out what works best for you, and then study hard and smart. It's only a matter of time before you achieve your goals.