Yep, that’s right… No matter how much you suffer, struggle and strain to get your mind around the most basic understanding of the German language…
YOU can quickly and easily learn German, while you actually enjoy the process—in just minutes a day!
Because I’m going to give you three darn-good reasons—right now—why you’re just minutes away from making German a total breeze for you. I’ll reveal…
The first type struggle for years before they can spit out a few coherent sentences… while the second take to a new language with ease, as if they’ve been exposed to it for years. Now, here’s where the secret comes into play.
You see, most think the folks who take on a new language in a snap are super-fast learners with some kind of "linguistic talent." But the truth is that talents have very little to do with how well your brain grabs onto a new language!
Spending hundreds or even thousands of dollars on expensive German learning books, audio programs or courses?
Having trouble remembering even the most basic of words… or sustaining a simple conversation?
Truth be told, if you’re experiencing anything other than feelings of joy and enthusiasm when it comes to learning German… you’re doing it the wrong way. This can not only cost you more time and effort than necessary, it also takes all the fun out of learning.
For years I struggled with learning a language. I tried everything under the sun, from enrolling myself in more courses to spending 3 months abroad… just to get myself immersed in the local culture. But alas…
The more I tried to learn the language, the more I resisted it. I was almost prepared to quit the whole learning game when one day it finally hit me like the proverbial "brick on the head" — All this learning, all the time and effort spent will come to nothing if certain basic, fundamental words of the language are not memorized!
You Need A Foolproof Way Of Remembering The Most Commonly Used Words Like The Back Of Your Hand!
Here’s why – Language experts recently found that as much as 50% of all everyday conversations in German (or in any other language for that matter) consists of not more than 1000 words.
In fact, in your normal, everyday usage of German, it is seldom that you will ever come across a need to use anything beyond 1000 words!
Now let’s think about this for a moment — If you have a way of magically imprinting 1000 most commonly used German words in your mind, and be able to use them anytime, anywhere and in any context…
Unlike other language courses available on the market right now, the Surefire German Learning Package does not just throw you an endless string of words and instruct you to remember them. It actually takes you by hand, and shows you HOW to do so.
Through a mix of creative games and memory techniques, this unique package allows you to boost your language abilities in the shortest time possible by going with your natural flow of thinking, instead of against it.
Here’s one of the most powerful and best-kept secrets for memorizing German translations (or anything for that matter!)…
For instance, when I ask you to remember the word "waterfall," your brain automatically envisions a mental picture of a waterfall.
Instead of seeing the letters (W-A-T-E-R-F-A-L-L), your mind sees water cascading over rocks or pouring down the side of a cliff. Now imagine a huge grizzly bear in a tiny canoe, rowing towards—and right over—the waterfall.
Without a doubt, I’ve just placed a clear mental image in your head. And if I ask you about the "grizzly bear waterfall" a week or a month from now, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about.
It’s because your brain uses visual images to represent your thoughts. It’s also why psychological studies have shown that you can remember and recall more information—faster and easier—by linking or associating words with visual… Read more…