Daniele: In B1 you speak, but it is difficult. In B1 you learn verbs and sentences as well, but I would like more speaking practice.
I do use the new words I learn outside of class.
You speak in the Dutch B1 on location, Sep-Dec 020
Shree: Now that I am in the B1 Course, I speak Dutch for two hours a day with my family.
The main difference with the A2 course is more speaking and grammar. Everything is fine for me, but it is difficult to use.
Sambhav: I sometimes use Dutch when I talk to colleagues.
On the other hand, I think B1’s grammar is difficult. I like all things in B1, but I want more speaking practice.
Alondra: I can talk more to the Dutch now. This B1 lesson helps me to gain confidence. I also notice that I can understand more.
I speak Dutch with my partner and my in-laws. As well, I watch more Dutch TV. We do have a lot of homework in B1, but it is necessary.
Carol: In this class you speak. I now use Dutch when shopping and with my neighbors and friends.
In the B1 course there is a lot to learn and there is no explanation in English anymore, but sometimes it is too fast.
Speaking in the B1 online course, Sep-Dec 020
Kajol: In B1 you speak and the speaking is more fun than in A2. I use Dutch when I go to buy something.
I also understand Dutch better now. This will help me with my Civic Integration Exam.
Fiorella: I use my Dutch skills when speaking to my partners or colleagues, even when I send some e-mail at work.
Moreover, I really like the way the B1 lesson goes online. We not only have time for speaking, but also for grammar, writing and reading. And so far, there is nothing I dislike about the class.