If you live outside one of the major cities we operate in, or your just prefer to learn Afrikaans with a teacher online, then we’ll help you find one. You can have your lessons on Skype, Google Hangouts or any platform that suits you.
We’ll match you with a teacher that shares your interests and is an expert in what you want to learn.
You set your goals and your teacher helps you reach them. No more boring lessons thanks to personalised teaching.
We think convenience is key, so you can schedule lessons with your tutor whenever it suits you.
Afrikaans is sometimes considered a creole language.
Before the langauge was called “Afrikaans”, it was also known as Cape Dutch and Kitchen Dutch (a derogatory term).
Although Afrikaans is spoken in South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, and Zimbabwe, the language itself belongs to the West Germanic group, due to its origin in Dutch.
Afrikaans is the third most spoken first language in South Africa but is widely used as a second langauge. In neighbouring Namibia, Afrikaans is a very popular lingua franca.
It will take you just 10 minutes to give us all the information we need, then you’ll be talking to your new teacher within 24 hours.