Tan: The topics of conversation are challenging in Delft method module 3 . They help me to understand the Netherlands. On the other hand, there are many new words and no repetition of words and topics of other Lessons. So it is difficult to remember all this.
Concerning my Dutch outside class, I try to write emails in Dutch at work and I talk a bit with my collegues. Besides, I talk to my neigbours. Further, I want to learn more Dutch. Not only for Civic Integration , but also for using it. I have still got more than two years for Civic Integration Exam.
Sahana: The topics in Module 3 are interesting and it is more about the Netherlands country. We get to know the culture. Besides, there are a lot of words starting from ‘v’. They are confusing and a bit difficult to remember
The topics are more challenging
Vy: The group remains small and I have more time to talk. Now that I am in Delft method Module 3, I feel more confident talking.
On the other hand there are more new words te remember and the topics are also a bit more difficult.
As to speaking Dutch outside class, I feel more confident and natural, but I don’t speak Dutch outside class super a lot yet. After this module I want to do Module 4, as I am planning to do the exam in the end of 2121. Therefore after Module 4 I would like to do the Civic Integration Exam Module. Wich means, I want to learn more for the exam, like the writing and grammar.
Module 3 February 21 consisted of two persons only : I like the size of the class
Alejandro: First, I like the size of the class and this gives more opportunity to speak and practice. Horary is good as well! On the other hand, it is very heavy or difficult to try to learn some thirty new words a day! At the same time it is good as this expands fast your vocabulary,
Second, I would lilke to have more exposure to these new words. Examples of sentences or cases so that we hear and use more frequently these new words in class.
Fortunately I feel that I am improvning my Dutch a lot. Already I can make a conversation. Listen and understanding is even better. Of course still very basic, but on my way. Unfortunately I feel that my written Dutch is much worse than my spoken.
Alejandro’s classmate Thilini:
Witt the reduced class size, it was like getting a lot of personal attention and it was a great help. Maybe it had been even more helpful when I had been able to attend the grammar class parellel to this class. But still it was not a big problem.
I seldomly write, but I do read all the official Dutch letters that we receive now without going for the Google Translate. Besides, I feel more confident speaking with neighbours and delevery persons. Moreover, I can understand my daughter and her friends talking much better now.