When you have practiced Dutch for a bit you van start with your Dutch B1 level classes. When you want to start with them of course you already should have finished your A1 and A2 classes. You can start Dutch B1 level when you have passed those levels of Dutch. Its of course very understandable that you want to get better at Dutch. And when you have done the A level classes you do feel more comfortable with the language, but you can’t quite speak it or write it. And that is of course something you want when you start taking Dutch classes. But when you start doing Dutch B1 level you will get a even better understanding for the language.
Slowly getting better
When you have finished the A levels you will notice you are slowly getting better. It is of course very important that you feel comfortable with the language. And also when you start Dutch B1 level classes you will start getting better and better. You will feel more confident about speaking Dutch and you maybe you can start reading it a little bit. Dutch B1 level classes are a good idea if you want to get better and wanna go to the C levels. Then you will almost become a native speaker. But you first have to finish your Dutch B1 level classes.
After Dutch B1 level you will get a better understanding of the language. It will come easier to you and you may start to be comfortable speaking it. Which is of course very nice. After a while of taking Dutch B1 level you may even start to understand it. If you have passed the exam of Dutch B1 level you can start taking B2. And you will get better and better.