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Why Koentact?

Koentact offers various semi-intensive Dutch language courses (31 hours in 5 weeks), including two ‘out-of-the-classroom’ sessions with native Dutch speakers. Koentact’s young and energetic teachers focus on a practical approach towards mastering the Dutch language. Located at the heart of the Jordan Area, Koentact is dedicated to connecting expats and locals. In addition to group …

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How do I get to Koentact?

Koentact is very easy to reach by trams 7, 10, and 17, as well as by busses 170 and 172. You get off at “Elandsgracht”. From there, it is a 3 minute walk to Elandsgracht 70. The destination will be on the left. If you come by car, there is a parking garage on Nassaukade …

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What if I miss a lesson because of work?

This happens. As most of our students are very busy and travel extensively, they will probably have to miss one or two lessons. Our teachers start each Dutch lesson with a review of what has been addressed in the previous lesson. They also work with PowerPoint, and will make sure any absent students will receive …

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Will I get a Certificate?

At the end of the course, you will be awarded a Certificate of Attendance. The certificate will testify that you have completed the Dutch course (at an attendance of at least 80% of the programme) and have successfully passed the final test. This is not an official language certificate, as only governmental organizations are authorized …

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Where can I buy the books required for the classes?

The books can be purchased at Xantippe Unlimited (Prinsengracht 290), in other book stores in Amsterdam or online. For Dutch Experience 1-4 we use: “Nederlands in Gang: Methode NT2 voor hoogopgeleiden”, Berna de Boer, Margaret van der Kamp, Birgit Lijmbach. For Dutch Challenge 1-3 we use: “Nederlands in actie: Methode NT2 voor hoogopgeleiden”, Berna de Boer, …

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