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Great prices: Most of our Afrikaans teachers offer their first lesson for free and the average lesson costs R141/h.

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💸 How costly is an Afrikaans tutor per hour in Boksburg and the surrounding areas?

In Boksburg, the average rate of private Afrikaans classes is R141.


The price of Afrikaans tuition will differ depending on:

  • the experience of your Afrikaans teacher
  • where your lessons will be held (via Skype or an outside location)
  • the number of lessons and the duration of each class
  • the objective of your lessons.

97% of our private teachers give their first lesson free.


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👨🏼‍⚖️ How many teachers are available in Boksburg to teach private Afrikaans classes?

43 tutors are available to teach Afrikaans courses in Boksburg and surrounds.


You can check out their profiles and select the Afrikaans teacher that suits your needs.


Choose your lesson in Boksburg from our selection of  43 available tutors.

💻 How can I take private Afrikaans classes online?

With Superprof, you can learn Afrikaans online with a private tutor. Whether you need help revising for your year-end exams, are struggling with Afrikaans pronunciation and spelling, or would just like to improve your Afrikaans writing skills, our tutors can help you.


Many of our Afrikaans tutors also offer private online tuition.


To find the available online tutors, just enter your subject criteria into the search engine and select the webcam filter to see the available teachers who are currently offering online courses in your desired subject.


Online courses via webcam offer many advantages. You can plan your classes to fit around your schedule and online lessons are often less expensive as the teacher does not need to travel.


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✒️ How do pupils score their Afrikaans teachers in Boksburg?

From a sample of 6 scores, pupils rated their Afrikaans teachers an average of 5,0 out of five.


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📕What can an Afrikaans tutor help you with?

On Superprof, we have a number of highly skilled Afrikaans teachers available to give private tuition.


An Afrikaans tutor can help you work on many things:

  • Matric exam prep and past papers
  • Mastering Afrikaans pronunciation
  • Essay writing
  • Text analysis
  • Understanding poetry
  • Sharing advice to help you with your course work
  • Help with Afrikaans homework
  • Helping you to speak Afrikaans with confidence.

You can decide with your teacher what you wish to accomplish from your private Afrikaans lessons.


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Afrikaans Lessons in Boksburg

Welkom aan die wêreld van Afrikaans. Watter dag is dit vandag? (What/Which day is it today?) If you didn’t have to consult Google translate to discover what this means, you’re well on your way to learning and understanding Afrikaans. If, however, you had to revert to the Internet, you should consider enrolling for Afrikaans basic lessons which you will attend either electronically or in person. An Afrikaans course can assist you significantly if you’re a beginner or novice.

Hoe Doen Ek Dit?

There is no shortage of tutors in Boksburg, which is situated in the Gauteng province of South Africa. Here, Afrikaans is widely spoken and you can gain support from private tutors, a language school or various institutions which offer short courses. Immersion, living with and learning from an Afrikaans first language family, is another sure-fire way to get you going.

Individualised tuition can help you gain sufficient confidence before you enter into utilising the language in a group session, such as a class. You may, of course, still continue with a tutor, as not everyone enjoys a class setting.

An Internet search, entitled ‘Teach me Afrikaans’, would bring forth numerous tutoring offerings and even applications which can be downloaded and used anywhere that your cell-phone has reception. This would release you to continue your learning wherever you are and whenever you have a free moment, instead of just aimlessly browsing the Internet or ‘chatting’ to friends. Your time will be spent constructively, to the extent that your whole view on life may undergo a complete metamorphosis. Interesting Afrikaans idioms and ways of saying things (or making comments) will start to colour your conversations. Al te seker and Ek kan jou ‘n brief gee will soon become a part of your daily interaction with fellow Afrikaans-speakers.

The learning of a new language is not always easy, but is a great achievement and will connect you to those around you in a new way – especially if most of them are speaking that particular language. You’ll develop a greater affinity to them and vice versa. A whole new world will open up for you!

Say Ja! To Afrikaans, one of the most widely-spoken languages in South Africa!

Plesier ou Maat: Let’s Talk

This is a common way of someone telling you that it was a pleasure in response to your “Thank you.” Afrikaans is quite a popular language as many people find it easy to use, as well as being very expressive and direct. Many English speakers find that it is not that difficult to switch to Afrikaans as many words and spellings are common, with some variation in spelling and pronunciation. It is the pronunciation which many novices find challenging, in particular the guttural “r” and “g” as found in words like geskryf and gestrooi.

This is where daily use and the guidance of a native speaker is indispensable. The trick is not to concern yourself over how you sound to yourself: rely on you tutor to guide you. Once you’ve learned a new word like plesier, try to use it whenever you can. This will help you practise the word on native speakers who will advise you on its appropriateness in particular situations. Moenie vrees nie! Ons sal gou jou touwys maak!

This city, which was established in 1887 to serve the surrounding mining settlements, was named after W. Eduard Bok, the State Secretary of the Republic of South Africa. Thus, its relationship with Dutch and, subsequently, Afrikaans goes way back! A growing number of South Africans are enrolling for classes to learn the subject as a second language. You will thus be in good company, especially since the language can be encountered in each of the country’s nine provinces. Kwaai, né? Start your lessons and binnekort sal jy Afrikaans lekker praat.

Kan Jy My Help, Asseblief?

Brush up on your Afrikaans by asking for help in the language spoken by many locals. They’ll be only too willing to assist. Learn a few key words and phrases to get you rolling to make day-to-day conversations pleasant. This will also make you more comfortable and confident to express yourself, as you make your way around town or at the next braai or partytjie. If it is your intention to embark on this journey of discovery and growth, make sure that you don’t stop or give up. Always keep in mind your goal or reason for starting out on this mission. It is also important to be clear on what level of competence you would like to achieve.

A crucial factor, to bear in mind, is time. To learn a new language takes time ... lots of time. Like running a marathon, you must learn, firstly, to pace yourself. Also learn to endure, especially when you feel like throwing in the towel. Runners train for many months before they attempt a marathon; it’s not just about waking up one day and jumping straight into a race. The learning of Afrikaans is not a race! It is a slow, gradual build up. You will progress from the level of a beginner (novice) to an intermediate level, before you reach a level of proficiency or mastery.

Start small. Read road signs and labels in stores. Read the headlines in Afrikaans magazines and newspapers and watch the news in Afrikaans. A bilingual or explanatory dictionary will become a vital aid at this time. Several can even be found online and some will also help with pronunciation of words, phrases or sentences.

How to Use Your New Afrikaans Skills

You newfound skills will be of great benefit is you work in an environment where many of your clients are Afrikaans-speakers. You may be a writer who may be engaged in writing TV dramas, short stories or newspaper articles. Some of these may need to be translated or dubbed. And ... that’s where you and your Afrikaans skills step in! Many institutions also seek the expertise of people who can speak Afrikaans, who can be employed to translate documents into Afrikaans and from Afrikaans into another language, like English, for example. Your language skills will jump out at them off your CV!

Finding a Tutor in Boksburg

Superprof has no fewer than 17 tutors at your service in Boksburg, with many more available in neighbouring towns and cities, like Johannesburg. The tutors are all grouped in an easy to compare format where you can see their fees, experience and qualifications at a glance. They are vetted professionals, passionate about their subject and a first taste is normally free. In terms of choice, you’ll really be spoiled.

The difficult part now is to choose only ONE, net EEN! So, val weg; jy’t niks om te verloor nie!

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