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Anyone who learns Dutch as a foreign language gets to take on the fun challenge presented by the simple combination of two letters: the word 'er'. ‘Er’ seems to be an insignificant word which doesn’t mean much of anything, yet it is used all over the place in Dutch and you cannot just omit it.
On the heels of the successful launch of the English and Dutch Language Weekends, Regina Coeli has decided to offer French training at weekends this spring. The first weekend in which students can take a personal French course is May 25, 26 and 27.
The French have an expression: simple comme bonjour (a piece of cake). But French greetings are not that simple, especially for foreigners.
The Eggens Institute and Language Institute Regina Coeli have joined forces to offer Dutch training courses for the legal profession. The institutes are kicking off their collaboration with two seminars on the subject.
Do you like reading good books and does this seem like a great way to improve your Dutch? It could be that you find many Dutch books just a bit too difficult to follow properly. You could read with a dictionary in hand, but that may not exactly be relaxing. So, what can you do?
After nineteen years of hearing the sounds of Chinese, Leo van Wuijckhuijse wanted to learn Chinese himself—at Regina Coeli, naturally, because he had already learned to speak Spanish fluently there. And although Chinese is vastly different to Spanish, it is going admirably well for him.