TaalTaal offers quality Turkish courses on several levels. Our groups are small and dynamic, so you will have lots of personal attention and guidance.
The new season starts in the week of 16 January 2023 and consists of 11 lessons of 120 minutes.
It is possible to sign up for a course that is already running. Please take into account about 2.5 hours of self-study and homework next to the regular courses.
Are you interested in signing up? Please use the sign up buttons located under each course description. If you have any questions, you're welcome to call us, send an e-mail or use the contact form.
Result after the course: You can handle daily life situations in Turkish. You know numerals, simple grammar and plurals. You can have short conversations in Turkish.
Frequency, duration, day and time: Once a week during 11 weeks: Friday between 18:30 and 20:00 hrs
Lesson method: The book (exclusive) can usually be used for multiple courses. You can easily order via bol.com.
Description: An intensive course is given privately (for 1 person) and consists of 15 contact hours divided over 1 or 2 weeks, for example 5 consecutive days of 3 hours each. The exact configuration can be discussed with the teacher for best possible results. Please do take into account time needed for self-study and homework.
Frequency, duration, day and time: flexible
Lesson method: Any lesson method may be used, but as an indication, you can consider one of the following standard books.
* Quality education by experienced teachers * Focus on practical results * Lots of conversation * Excellent return on price + time investment * Excursions with teacher and fellow students (on request) * Accelerated courses available *
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