Language Test Dutch

How good is your Dutch and how well do you know what to say on which occasion? There are 28 questions in this test covering practically the entire Dutch grammar and you will find some questions on pragmatics too, meaning: how do you say things in Dutch? Once you finished the test you will see how many questions you answered correctly and that’s not all …. If you would like to improve your Dutch in a nice and interesting way, then take a look at the lessons that will be especially selected for you, based upon the mistakes you made in the test. If any … For just a couple of euros per lesson you can download the lessons you need. Once you finished this free Self Assessment Test you will see how well you answered the questions and that’s not all. If you want to improve your skills, please, take a look at the lessons we suggest to you especially. For just a couple of euros per lesson you can download one or more lessons you need.
Under the button ‘Course material’ you will find an overview of all 26 lessons available.

Pay attention that you read the instructions carefully:

  1. The first 17 questions in the test come with the instruction ‘Wat is fout?’. This means that 3 answers will be correct and one incorrect, so you need to choose the incorrect answer here.
  2. From the 18th question till the end of the test you will read the instruction ‘Wat is goed?’. This means that 3 answers will be incorrect and one correct, so you need to select the correct one here.

Don't be discouraged if you make some mistakes in your first few answers and finish the whole test, because the questions cover practically all Dutch grammar and don't go from simple to more complicated, you might very well know the answer to questions that come later on.

Good luck and have fun!

Good news: you will find a button Uitleg under each question. If you click here you will not only read the right answer but also an explanation in Dutch.


Klik hier om te starten met de taaltest!

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Cultural differences

During the lessons we are, of course, sensitive to cultural differences. It is often not just a question of how you say something, but what you say in which situation!