CNaVT

Koffie

Koffie

Coffee is the start of any conversation in Holland, be it business or pleasure.
Klompen

Klompen

Traditional wooden shoes (clogs). Still worn by around a million people in Holland.
Kaas

Kaas

The staple food in The Netherlands. The older, the better. But that is personal and only counts for cheese.
Chinezen

Chinezen

Eating Chinese food became a verb that sounds like you're eating Chinese people: 'We gaan Chinezen'.
Patatje Oorlog

Patatje Oorlog

Chips - mayonaise - curry sauce - peanut sauce - finely cut raw onion. Interesting combination.
Fiets

Fiets

Preferred set of wheels for young and old to cruise the streets of Amsterdam.
Tulp

Tulp

National flower of Holland, originally from Turkey.

CNaVT = CertificaatNederlandsalsVreemdeTaal – Certificate Dutch as a Foreign language.

www.cnavt.org

Every year – in May and November – we offer students the opportunity to earn their certificate ‘Dutch as a Foreign Language’. CNaVT is a cooperation between the Dutch Language Union, Leuven University (Belgium) and Tilburg University (the Netherlands). The certificate is officially recognised by most secondary schools, universities and companies in the Netherlands and Belgium.

CEFR (Common European Framework
A2 PTIT (Profiel Toeristische en InformeleTaalvaardigheid–Profile Tourist and Informal Proficiency)
B1 PMT (Profiel Maatschappelijke Taalvaardigeheid –Profile Societal Language Proficiency)
B2 PTHO (ProfielTaalvaardigheidHogerOnderwijs–Profile Language Proficiency Higher Education)
C1 PAT (Profiel Academisch Taalvaardigheid – Profile Academic Language Proficiency)

Learn Dutch is an examination institute officially recognized by the CNaVT.