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How does it work at Zamaradi?

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You will get the materials and guidance you need to reach your goals.

All online dutch courses at Zamaradi are taking place on an online platform called Zoom.

Zoom works perfectly as a virtual classroom, since it has many helpful options to support the learning experience. There is a maximum of 6 students in the group, so that everyone gets enough guidance.
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Why people choose Zamaradi

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Small Groups

In groups of 3 to 6 students, you will get all the personal attention that you need.

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New courses are starting every month, which you can join from the comfort of your own home.

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Affordable pricing

…with sustainable results. Intensive Dutch Courses for only €149 per level.

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The exclusive setting gives us the opportunity to learn fast. We are involved in each other's growth.

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The most Common Questions from others:

If you are a complete beginner or only know a little bit of Dutch, it is best to start at level 1. When you have learned Dutch before, please click here to find out which level will suit you best.

The possibilities are endless! 🙂 It differs per student what works best, depending on both the time you need to digest the learned information as well as your own schedule. Each level takes one week. Some students take one level per month, others take two to six courses in a row. The Beginners Dutch Courses are usually the most intensive, because you have to get used to a completely new language. Therefore, it can be a good idea to take a break after level 3. But also this is very personal.

Usually it is best to sign up for one, two or three levels in a row, and see how you feel along the way. You can always decide to continue afterwards, as long as the follow-up courses are not full yet.

This is not something that I usually recommend, because it is often necessary to first digest the things you have learned. For some students this point comes after two weeks, for others after six.

Exceptions can occur among native speakers of German or Afrikaans, because these languages are very close to the Dutch language – in this case it is sometimes possible to follow all levels in one row.

Usually it is best to sign up for one, two or three levels in a row, and see how you feel along the way. You can always decide to continue afterwards, as long as the follow-up courses are not full yet.

Students that would like to pass the Inburgerinsexamen (A2 level), can best continue to level 4. When necessary, you can book some additional private lessons to prepare yourself for the exams. Keep in mind that the group courses at Zamaradi only focus on the language skills (speaking, reading, listening, talking), and that the Inburgerinsexamen also contains a test on knowledge of the Dutch society. That being said, we will of course also come into contact with the Dutch lifestyle in our courses, and fortunately there are some good books on the market that will tell you everything you need to know for this specific test. 🙂

There are two different programs within the Nt2 Staatsexamen. For Programma I (B1) it is best to continue to the (advanced) Gevorderden level. For Programma II (B2) it is best to take the (advanced) Specialisten level. When necessary, you can book some additional private lessons to prepare yourself for the exams.


No, Zamaradi is specialised in intensive language learning. If you want to know why, you can read more information here.

Because of the intensive nature of Zamaradi’s Dutch courses, I do not recommend to combine them with a full-time job. Besides the two hours of class each day, you will also spend two hours on self-study to benefit as much as possible from the course. That is why the courses are not offered in the evening.
Some working students take half days off from work in order to participate in the course.

For students of the intensive group courses, it is possible to book additional private lessons, for example if you want to bridge a gap between courses, when you are struggling with certain topics, or if you want to explore the professional jargon of your working field in Dutch. It is also possible to book some private lessons in order to prepare for an exam, like the Inburgeringsexamens or the Staatsexamen Nt2 (I & II).

Due to the high demand for private classes and the limited available time slots, it is only possible to book private lessons for students of the intensive group courses. Click here to learn more about the additional private lessons.

It is possible to cancel or change your registration until 7 days prior to the starting date of the course. When there are 0 to 7 days prior to the starting date of the course, or when the course has already started, it is no longer possible to cancel or change your registration. Please read the general terms and conditions to learn more about the register and cancellation process.

The courses take place in a virtual classroom on Zoom. This means that you can follow the classes from wherever you are located. 

In case you miss a class, you can catch up by yourself with help of the study materials and the teacher’s notes.

When you are learning a new language, the best is to have one hour of self-study for each contact hour with a teacher. That means that you will spend about two hours of self-study per day during the course. Keep in mind that ‘the more the better’ definitely applies here: when you try to immerse yourself as much as possible during the intensive courses, you will benefit most from them. Besides the homework and vocabulary exercises, you can also listen to Dutch music and/or audio books, watch Dutch television and read Dutch (children) books.

If you want to, you can receive a certificate of attendance at the end of the course. Please keep in mind that in the Netherlands, you can only receive an official Dutch language level certificate by passing one of the governmental exams (Nt2 Staatexamen).

In order to protect the amount of personal attention that each student receives, it is not possible to squeeze in a 7th student in the group. When the course of your liking is full, you can send an e-mail to info@zamaradi.nl to be put on the waiting list.

If one of the registered students of a course cancels their registration, their spot will be offered to the first student on the waiting list. You can accept or decline the offer within 48 hours. If you decline the spot, or if you do not reply within 48 hours, the spot will be offered to the next person on the waiting list.

Choose your Dutch course in Amsterdam

Beginners Dutch Courses

Let’s kick-start your Dutch journey together! Levels 1, 2 and 3 will take you from complete beginners to A2.

Intermediate Dutch Courses

It is time to dive a little deeper into the language. Levels 4, 5 and 6 will help you to work towards B1.

Advanced Dutch Courses

Are you ready to become fluent in Dutch? The Advanced levels will make you an expert in the Dutch language.

Dear (future) student,

Currently I’m working on some big changes behind the scenes. One of them is that the course format is about to change. Instead of intensive courses with classes every day, I will be offering courses that take place twice a week from the fall. It takes four weeks to complete 1 level. These courses aren’t published on the website yet, because we are working on a new website.

If you are interested in these new courses, please leave your name and e-mail.

Or you can send me a message: +31 612 869 295