What you will achieve in the language course A2?
Block 2 (10 weeks)
To be able to ask for help from, for example, a teacher, the bus driver or the
To be able to join in on simple, everyday conversations. For example, about the
weather, transport, educational issues, holidays etc.
To be able to ask for, and give directions
To have social conversations during informal gatherings. For example, at your
child’s school meetings
To be able to talk about landscapes, transport and emotions
To be able to understand people giving directions
To be able to understand simple instructions. For example, where you can find
certain information or where to buy something
To be able to ask for opinions and understand the answers.
To be able to write a short note or email about personal issues. For example, you’ll be able to write an email to notify the teacher of your child being ill or write a text to the mother of your child’s friend
To be able to take notes, for example, during a phone call
To be able to write sentences using multiple different verbs.
To be able to pick up on the most important information in advertisements,
leaflets, letters and emails from school or other institutions
To understand simple texts using recurring words.
To be able to distinguish the present tense, imperfect tense and the perfect tense
To be able to use ‘separable’ verbs correctly
To be able to recognize reflective verbs
To be able to refer to words in other phrases, using the demonstrative pronoun (die,
dat, deze in Dutch)
To be able to connect two main clauses.