From NetherlandsLiving in Breda, Netherlands (11:08 UTC+07:00)
italki teacher since Nov 21, 2021
Hey, I like to meet, listen and talk with people from all over the world. Maybe you are the next person.
My name is Nicole, born in the Netherlands. At the moment I am in Thailand on a small tropical island. Palm trees and white sand beaches never bores. I meet people from all over the world.
Diving, hiking, and cooking are some of my hobby's.
But my favorite hobby is travelling and preferably to the most remote areas in the world.
With a backpack and a tent into the nature, the mountains.....it makes me so happy.
And I am very interested in other cultures.
Leef je droom, droom niet je leven !!!!!!
Me as a Teacher
A spontaneous, relaxed person who can listen well that's who I am as a teacher.
I'd love to teach people a new skill. In this case Dutch.
Don't be shy or nervous to make mistakes. From mistakes you can learn. I am very patient.
I try to figure out what kind of learner you are and where possible, adapt my lessons to your learning style, to keep you motivated and progressing.
My lessons & teaching style
Talking is the best way to learn a language.
Based on your interests and learning goals, I will customize the classes to your specific needs.
A lesson should be relaxed and fun, but of course you should also learn something from it.
Book a lesson with me and we will have a chat soon.
My teaching material
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I am a completely new beginner to Dutch language, and I have been fortunate enough to have Nicole as my teacher. She is always patient and well-prepared for our classes, which has made my learning experience enjoyable and effective. Last time, she even took the time to self-prepare materials to explain the difference between ‘Geen’ and ‘Niet’ use, which was extremely helpful. I really appreciate her dedication to teaching and her ability to make difficult concepts understandable. Thank you, Nicole, for being an amazing teacher!