Learn Dutch in Amsterdam!

Welcome at Zamaradi Communications! We offer Dutch Courses that focus on the individual: you!
In small groups of 3 to 6 students, we can give you all the personal attention that you need to learn the Dutch language, in a fun and comprehensible way. And of course we make sure that the classes are always ‘gezellig’ (cosy)! 🙂

What’s the concept?
There are 4 different Dutch course types:
An Intensive Week of Learning Dutch (1 level, 2 hours per day, Monday-Friday)
An Once-a-week Evening Course (2 levels, a 2-hour lesson per week, 10-12 weeks)
• Private Lessons (tailor made)
• InCompany Courses (tailor made)

There are 9 levels, from beginners level to fluency. Therefore you can continue learning the language for as long as you want to.
In level 1 you will already learn to have conversations in present, future and past tense. A great way to start!

We only work with small groups of 3 – 6 persons. That is why our group lessons are always semi-private, for a normal group rate. We find it important that you feel comfortable and that you enjoy learning the language. That is why we apply a personal approach with enough possibilities to ask questions.

The lessons are given in an exhibition room with beautiful art (inspirational!), near Amsterdam Sloterdijk Station.

Why does it work?
We believe learning Dutch should be for everyone. Whether you just want to learn the basics, or become completely fluent. Because of our concept, you can discover the Dutch language for a friendly price. If the first course gives you a taste for more, and you’re happy with our school, then of course you’re very welcome to continue.

The concept enables us to offer a flexible course schedule. With courses starting almost every week at different times (morning, afternoon or evening) you will always find a course that suits you.

Your teacher has a university background and is experienced. Personal approach is one of our main points of attention. Our students are so much more than a number to us, and we make learning fun. 🙂