Kennen & weten
To know: the difference in Dutch between "kennen" en "weten"
This course is about the difference between "kennen" and "weten", which both mean "know" in English. On YouTube you can find a video in which I explain the difference and give some examples. In this additional course you can download the transcription, but also a document with a more detailed explanation and examples AND there are a couple of multiple choice tests to test your new KENNIS (knowlegde) ;)
I am Kim Jautze, a Dutch teacher living in Den Haag (the Netherlands). I’ve studied Dutch literature and linguistics and did a PhD in computational Dutch literature. It was during my PhD that I discovered my passion for teaching students.
In January 2017 I started my career as a Dutch teacher at a language school, but soon I started my own school Linguanl. At my school I combine existing methods with creating my own courses and materials, focusing on conversational skills and coaching students to gain more self-confidence in order to speak Dutch in everyday situations. Because above all: speaking Dutch should be fun!
July 2019 I've also started the online school "Dutchies to be - Learn Dutch with Kim". I make informative videos on a variety of topics which I upload on YouTube. In this online school I offer supplementary courses and classes !
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