Workshop Speech Therapy: Dutch sounds, this is how you pronounce them
Level: Intermediate (B1/B2), Advanced (C1/C2)
This Speech Therapy: Dutch sounds, this is how you pronounce them workshop is for NT2 learners of all levels. This workshop gives an introduction to the Dutch sounds and pronunciation.
No further courses scheduled (yet).
This training can be offered as a tailor-made course.
About the Workshop Speech Therapy: Dutch sounds, this is how you pronounce them
Sylvia moved from Spain to the Netherlands 7 years ago. She has been speaking Dutch for years, yet she regularly hears that she is difficult to understand. She does not know what she is doing wrong. Through the speech therapy classes, she discovered which sounds she had been pronouncing wrong from the start. “Why did no one ever tell me this?” she asks herself. She is very glad that her pronunciation is much more Dutch now that she has completed the speech therapy classes. She speaks with more self-confidence and notices that people now understand her well.
Besides a short theoretical introduction, active practice is the focus of this course, and every participant receives feedback on his particular pronunciation difficulties. The aim of the workshop is to make participants aware of correct and incorrect ways of pronunciation. What determines good pronunciation? The participants receive practical tips to start working on improving their Dutch pronunciation themselves.
In this workshop you will learn how to pronounce all Dutch sounds correctly. You can start with level A1+.
In this workshop you will work with plenary explanations and exercises. Activities are given in small groups.
During the workshop you will receive materials from the teacher.
This workshop consists of 1 session of 3 hours at Babel in Utrecht.
- The language of instruction is Dutch.
- During the workshop you will receive materials from the teacher.
- If you work or study at Utrecht University you will receive a 15% discount. Please register with your UU email address. Your registration will then be processed automatically.