I'm Nout, a Dutch teacher and with my YouTube channel and blog Dutch & Go, I want to demystify Dutch and show students worldwide how much fun learning a language can be!
Are you trying to study Dutch but do you feel intimidated by the very technical-looking grammar as it’s explained in most textbooks? Do you also have problems finding good online study material for learning Dutch? Truth is: you’re not alone. Whether it’s overly complicated grammar explanations, abstract exercises that don’t really help you with real-life conversation or videos for beginners that are dumbed down: most of the online material is dusty and not super helpful.
That’s why I want to provide you with useful exercises and grammar explanations that I’ve developed over the years. I’m also publishing videos that are fun, educational and entertaining to help you create a productive study habit, even if Dutch is your first foreign language.
Together, let’s make Dutch fun again! If you like my content, please consider buying me a coffee. Thank you for your support!
Hello Nout, voilà three cappuccinos for your valuable help! One question, if I may : after seeing your "how to pronounce the g" video, I just wanted to ask you about your own pronounciation of the "g" letter. Would you say it is more of a "hard g" the one you prefer? Maybe it is more common in West Flanders? Thank you in advance🤓
Really appreciate your help and commitment to help people like me :).
Hi NoutLove your format and your clear communication method. Yes, let me buy you a coffee and perhaps you will let me tell you about my famous Uncle and his contribution to the Dutch langauge.
Hello Nout! Expat living in Belgium here, really happy that I have discovered your fun, a bit quirky (in a good way) and always on point videos! I hope u like...coffee :) please do some extra Spreektaal videos - they really help! By the way, good music propositions, thank you very much.