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Routledge Intensive Dutch Course (Routledge Intensive Language Courses)by Gerdi Quist
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Taking students from beginner to intermediate level in one year, this lively and fast-paced foundation course in Dutch is designed for students with no previous knowledge of the language.
Audio materials recorded by native speakers include dialogues, exercises and a variety of texts to help students using the course to improve their listening comprehension and pronunciation skills. They are available to order separately.
This intensive foundation course in Dutch is designed for those with no previous knowledge of the language. It is lively and fast-paced, providing students with a wide range of activities, and drawing on an impressive selection of source material from many different media. Audio materials are presented on accompanying CDs, to be purchased separately.
Taking students from beginner to intermediate level in one year, the Routledge Intensive Dutch Course develops a thorough working knowledge of the structures of Dutch and practises the four key skills of language learning: reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
Guidance for tutors as well as links to related sites is available on the Routledge website.
Dennis Strik has extensive experience teaching Dutch at all levels in an academic context (amongst others at University College London) and is co-author of several language books, including Teach Yourself Dutch Grammar. Dennis currently works as a freelance author, translator and language consultant.
Gerdi Quist has been a lecturer at University College London since the early 90-ies. Her current research concentrates on intercultural communication and language and culture teaching at university. She has published on the subject in various academic publications, and she co-authored a number of language courses.
Christine Sas has extensive experience in Dutch language teaching at various levels, in social, professional and academic contexts. She worked in Antwerp (Belgium) as well as in London (U.K.), where she has lived since 1998. She currently teaches at UCL and at the FCO Language Centre.
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