How many days will it take to learn and speak basic Dutch language?
Syed Ejaz Hussain | 05/11/2016
30 days for level 1
I wanted to learn Dutch language, I have located few coaching places, but they do not provide any certificate that proves that I've learnt Dutch, and can speak as well. Where do I get any kind of certificate that proves the same and is recognised internationally. Looking forward for a prompt response. Thank you.
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Aoc Gurgaon | 14/12/2015
Hi, there is institute call Academy of Language(AOL) in Gurgaon,you can contact there and they are providing certificate also
Richa Gujarathi | 08/01/2016
Hi Shivam, You can take online exams of CNaVT
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