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Looking for feedback on the above learning software/book and audio cd's. I started this course 5 months ago and I am only on lesson 10 of 45. The course is okay I guess but I feel I should be learning much quicker. The learning software is very very basic, the audio cd's well they tend to speak too fast for me to understand and there is no option to hear single words only the whole sentence in the software. The lesson book, the grammar explained is in dutch only so it won't be of benefit to me until I reach lesson 45. This course is expensive 400+ euros for a year, and for this kind of money I expected better things from the NTI.
Before I moved to Holland I bought 'learn dutch now'software cd for only 30 quid and would recommend this to anyone as its a fun way learning about holland as well as many fun learning games, video clips and speech and grammar practice. I know the software you mentioned. I found it good, but I have only the free version of it, which contains only a few words. I'm a student, and have no money to afford the full version.
I know it's a shame for me, but is there any way to get a copy of your CD, or get the full version for free somehow? If you think you can help me in this, then please e-mail me. If you can't (or don't want) then reply me in the forum. Sorry for requesting a thing like this, but I have no choice, if I think of my financial status. Thanx for spending some time to read my message. I've been using the two books and CD since January and am on lesson 27, with about a month or so off - one two hour lesson per week. It's as good as any other's I've looked at, but I find the subject matter somewhat 'preachy' - seems to be geared towards immigrants (and how to behave/how things 'are').
But, I have a good teacher too. Having studied my other languages (Japanese and Spanish) in a 'traditional' way, I definitely miss the explanation of grammer in the course, but get that from other books. I began to learn Dutch with the Delfste Methode with a teacher. Well, the point of this methode is to broaden your vocabulary. The bad thing is that it doesn't really teach you well how to use this vocabulary. So, you kinda know the meaning of the words, but you still can't talk really well.
So, after some time, I decided that it's not important to know many words, but it's important to be able to talk and to construct phrases with enough (maybe not so much) words. So I'm taking another couse now, which is Taal Vitaal. It's very different approach, where the grammer is the strongest point. I bought 'De Delftse Methode' for a course I was going to take, but then it turned out that I was already too far ahead from studying on my own and had to wait for level 2 instead.
Just to make sure I would know the same things as everybody else in level 2, I used the book/CDs for more self-study. Kaizers Orchestra Download. I think 'De Delftse Methode' is a actually quite a good book for self-study, IF you've already spent some time (a few weeks at least) on the basic dutch conversation phrases that you can get from many free learn-Dutch websites (,,,, and, among others) and IF you use it in conjunction with a certain really good dutch grammar website we all know, because yes, the grammar explanations in the book are pretty much non-existent.
The subject matter is indeed very preachy, aimed at immigrants, particularly those from non-western countries. If you just take it as an interesting insight into Dutch attitudes about immigration, laugh at the bits that go way too far into how-a-'modern'-society-should-be, and just be thankful that you're not one of the immigrants from a place so different that you need to be told what an ATM-machine is, then it's not a problem, I think.