Snap the city & learn Dutch

 1/28/2021   Flowently    Learning dutch

Improve your Dutch skills while taking photos with your smartphone.

Wouldn’t it be nice to combine learning a new language with doing something you love, like taking pictures? That’s exactly what we will do! Our smartphones have become an integral part of our lives. You may ask yourself, what do photography and learning a new language have in common? Firstly, both our camera’s and our dictionaries are now available on our smartphones, therefore a word you don’t know can also be instantly looked up on the phone. Secondly, our everyday clicks are instantly shared with friends and families.

What is a ‘Snap the city session’ you may ask?

It is exactly what it says. We will go on a walk through any of the gorgeous locations that The Netherlands has to offer with our smartphones. One of the first things we will ask you to do, is to change your language settings on your phone to the target language you are learning. During our walk, we will discuss together how to take better pictures mixed with daily life conversations, depending on what your language goals are. Time flies when you are learning something you love!

Fresh air and eyes

Would you like to get professional advice for taking better pictures? Then you can select the topic ‘Art & culture’ and find a tutor who is a professional photographer. Or would you like to visit a specific beautiful area in The Netherlands that is foreign to you? Check out our list of cities, you can find our tutors in over 100 locations in The Netherlands. It might be also fun to explore your hometown with a fresh pair of eyes. Your local tutor can certainly guide you to hidden gems or spots in town.

Let us take you on a photo walk to your favorite corner of this country, where you will not only take scenic pictures with your smartphone, but learn a new language on the go as well. In case we come across a word that needs to be looked up urgently, we can do so in an instant!

Put on your face mask and respect the 1,5 meter distance during your session. Safety first, take care and enjoy!