Several questions will be answered during the 30 minute intake.
Lessons start with a conversation. When you make mistakes, I explain what you do wrong and what you can do to avoid those mistakes. If you wish, you get homework.
You can also bring in difficulties you encounter e.g. writing an e-mail or reading official documents. I try to help you immediately or look things up and discuss them in the next lesson. Asking questions is encouraged! You can also contact me via e-mail in between lessons.
A lot of teaching materials are available at RWB: textbooks, grammars, workbooks, newspaper articles, DVDs, recordings of texts and conversations and copies of Staatsexamen NT2 I and II (official Dutch as a second language exams). If needed, additional books or other materials are purchased. I make sure the materials suit your needs. I am constantly in touch with publishers and fellow trainers, so any question I cannot answer immediately, will be answered as soon as possible.
You pay the hourly rate, as shown on the homepage of this website. You can pay cash, after a lesson or through the bank, after receiving your monthly bill. Groups pay 5 lessons in advance.
Teaching materials developed by RWB are free. You have to purchase books we use on a regular basis, or borrow them from the library.