I have been tutoring for years. I started with teaching French to little kids, and would now like to scale it up and add Dutch as well. It takes time and effort and the road to be a great Dutch learnee is hard, but in the end when you start to be fluent, it pays off and boosts your confidence. Don’t expect to be a pro from the beginning. Give it time and you’ll definitely see progress after a while of intense tutoring. I am patient, and you should be too. Rome wasn’t built in a day after all. Hope to hear from you soon!
Dutch isn’t a very easy language, so motivation is very important. Also maintenance helps a lot. That’s why I’ll always ask my students if they think they have enough time to get properly tutored.
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