Take a virtual escape trip with TaalTaal!

Experience the positive effects of learning a new language


 

Could you also use some positive energy? At the Language Institute TaalTaal in Scheveningen you imagine yourself in a different environment for a few hours a week. The language school offers "escape journeys" that do not require you to board a plane. Moreover, a negative PCR test is not necessary, but you CAN have your language level tested for free via the online intake form: https://www.taaltaal.nl/en/intake/.

Did you know that there are many positive effects to learning a new language? First, it strengthens your brain and trains your memory. It also ensures that your attention is shifted and you do not have to think about daily worries.  Many TaalTaal students also experience that they gain more self-confidence. You are learning something that you did not know or could do before and then suddenly you have a conversation in a completely different language! Nowadays we don't meet new people very quickly, but a language course can change that. Together with your group members you will unravel the mysteries of a new language and culture, you can laugh while playing role plays and you often also gain more insight into your own language.

For many expats, learning Dutch is a real must-do. Not only can it be good for work or training, but it also helps you to look at the (new) living environment with an open mind. That "feeling of success" can give you a real kick! A real TaalTaal veteran student is Erik from Mexico. He has been taking Dutch courses at TaalTaal for many years and he has subsequently taken the State Exam. Unfortunately, he failed the speaking part twice, after which he returned to TaalTaal for 10 more hours of private lessons. After these ten hours of learning new tricks and tips, Erik finally passed his exam!

Can you also use a positive experience? Then quickly book a 'language ticket' and push your boundaries with a TaalTaal (virtual) escape trip! TaalTaal courses are offered online, physically (if possible) or hybrid. Check www.taaltaal.nl/en/ for all courses and don't miss the latest updates. Some courses have already started in late January and others will be starting in early February. The next seasons will start in April and July.