Common European Framework of Reference for Languages Dutch Proficiency Scale
Proficiency Scale according to the common European framework of reference for languages allows you to determine yours or your bosses, colleagues, friends or partners language skills and needs learning Dutch.
The basic idea of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL) is:
Proficiency in Dutch, or any other language, is best compared to your proficiency in your mother tongue.
Your language skills grew as you grew from one stage of live to the next.
This way of learning is natural :
First you wanted to communicate about observable things, about what you wanted. If you didn't know the word yet or forgot you could indicate or mimic. Learning without realizing you learn you wanted to share about things at kindergarten and school, fairy worlds, friends, adventure and the environment you explored together.
About puberty and adolescence, free time, hobbies, learning about friendship and love, ... you wanted to share. About your ideals, ideas, dreams, study, interests, job, career, community and society, ... Learning about commitment, founding a family, raising children, ...
About existential subjects as illness, suffering, getting older and death as you where confronted with in your life.
Determine your level of proficiency in Dutch according to the CEFRL and fix your learning goals :
With Richard you need only one week full immersion Dutch course to learn Dutch or to progress one to two levels of proficiency in Dutch. In 1 week of intensive private Dutch course, learning through full immersion you, your boss, colleague or friend are one or two levels higher in Dutch proficiency according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages below.
If you start 'from scratch' (A0 level), after 1 week of full immersion Dutch courses with Richard, you learned a lot and may have got up or near to, the A2 level.