ATTN expats in Zurich tired of asking Swiss "Do you speak English?"


A Guarantee You'll Speak Proper German (spoken seamlessly at B2 level) In 90 days... Or You'll Get Full Refund Plus 100 CHF For Wasting Your Time.


"Finally a method that GUARANTEES you'll speak a new language"

Zurich, August 25, 6:57 AM, Peter Drotar

You can't yet pour a language into someone's head, but strangely this is as close to pouring German into your brain as it gets. Without some special sacrifice or extraordinary study-effort. 

Dear expat

Do you feel let down by the fact you attempted (maybe even multiple times) to learn DEUTSCH, wasted time and thousands of CHF on language courses, but still can't speak good GERMAN

Are you frustrated because (maybe) you even passed some exams, but unfortunately that din't help you to stop making German ears bleed, because you barely received any info on how the to actually carry on with casual conversations in German?

Are you aggravated with all the silver-talk language schools blabbing about confusing incomprehensible grammatical terms, and theory of the language, rather than delivering actual fluency?

Preparing for some exam, to get some paper that doesn’t help you at all to speak with everyday people...

Are you fed up with never-ending grammar-drill exercises, chapter learning, scripted conversations in textbooks, or even duolingo, that don't reflect how people on the streets of Zurich speak at all, and therefore don't lead to your SPOKEN fluency!?

Have you ever dreamed of being fluent in German?... 

Just having casual conversations in your daily life... seamlessly talking to Swiss friends, even impressing them and getting comliments on your spoken German?

To be able to have small talk in your daily life and chit-chat casually by the watercooler at work f.e., and  therefore build better relationships with locals and work colleagues?

To relieve stress and further your career in Switzerland by improving your job prospects and communicating easily with people in your surroundings?

To connect with your partner's friends and family, and to make locals feel more comfortable around you?

Or maybe, one day, communicating with your kids' friends when they come over for play dates (or talking with their teachers in German)?

Do you wanna make a lot more money... because not only could you put German on your CV, but actually perform job-interviews in German and smoothly blend in at work?

Would you like to know... how to train your ears so written and spoken German don't feel like different languages? How to buy more time when you don't know what to say. How to pull words from your memory faster? How to remember what you want to say without freezing or saying uhhhh.

Would you like to learn more German in 90 days than some have in 20 years?

...allowing you to put this NOT speaking German problem behind you? A history. And never have to worry about it again?

If so, then make sure you read every word in this letter, because I'm gonna prove to you (beyond the shadow of a doubt) that it isn't your fault at all ... why you still don't speak good German, but a fault of a broken system (which has a failure literally built in), a bad advice you might have followed.

Here's what I mean

My name is Peter Drotar, and I'm about to reveal to you the exact process... expats just like you (not some geniuses) acquire fluency in months instead of many, many years... and how you can too! And to do that without any special "talent", without being super-young and without being grinded down into a corner paying to learn theory of the language, but actually learning the language.

I mean, can you imagine Roger Federer becoming who he is just by learning theory of tennis, instead of actually learning to play tennis?

Here's What's It All About...

I still remember my last day in that run-down, walls-covered-with-sweat like, rotten hostel, where I've just spent the whole summer. In what seemed like the end of the world, in Narva (Estonia). I was getting ready for my final work-day... On TV was a weather forecast for Europe. My eye ignored every city apart from one. Zurich, Switzerland. I've spent last few years just day-dreaming about moving there. And my last job working as a barman for 2 Euro per hour was the straw that broke camel's back.

Few days later I made it to Zurich. By pure dumb luck I found a room (WG-zimmer) in a village close to Dübendorf. At first I was very excited to listen to a new language and jump into it learning...

My flatmate was German, I thought cool, we’ll speak German and in no time I’ll be fluent. Yet to my surprise he always insisted we speak English. To be fair my German was shite so I cave in.

But I was looking for a job so I really needed German. 3 weeks, 6 weeks, 9 weeks and nothing. Slowly running out of money... I made German ears bleed constantly. They either switched to English or looked for a rock to hide under, and occasionaly laughed at my sentence structure and pronunciation.

It felt plain rude being here, but not speaking the language. I was crippled by this need of being perfect and began to feel like a total failure

Day to day stuff was the problem. I was getting stuck in conversations. From beginning I struggled with nominativ, akkusativ, dativ and also word order in sentences. Even when I understood what people were saying to me, I couldn’t engage my brain to reply. I would forget words 10 min. after I learned them.

At This Point I Hated German!

My reading and listening wasn’t so bad, but my speaking was terrible. I could get around in stores, but when it came to carrying on with casual conversation I was useless. And I couldn’t get used to the verbs being at the end, especially 2 or more verbs together. It felt like they are being spitted at me backwards.

With my flatmate we tried German sometime, but it never lasted long. Once we kicked off the habit of speaking English there was no way back.

Also, I was scared to speak, scared of what people would think of me, that they will laugh at me. I might’ve known how to say something, but if I wasn’t 100% sure it's right, I stayed silent. I often said complete minimum because I didn’t wanna seem stupid, which made even those few people around me feel uncomfortable. 

German grammar made me want to stick pins in my eyes. I tried to read newspapers, because I remembered words better in the context of a story rather than just lists of isolated words. But I was so discouraged by my lack of progress that I didn’t even want to hear German.

Sometimes even if I said a sentence in perfect German people would switch to English, and my requests to speak to me in German were ignored.

It seemed like nothing has changed from my teenage days. I hated German at school! I could never get my head around the rationale behind all the stupid cases and their multitude of different endings with nouns adjectives etc. In classes, I also felt the need to be perfect all the time.

I left school and realized I’d never learn it if I only used it when perfect.

I was embarrassed, but not as an older chap I met in Nelson pub at Bahnhofstrasse. 

He told me he had Swiss citizenship (I thought “how cool for him”), but that normally he keeps quiet about it when talking to locals. Why? It turned out, he’s been here for more than 20 years and his German was still terrible. To the point that he’d just keep silent about it, because he was embarrassed to be Swiss and not to speak the language properly.

Apparently at first it wasn’t a big issue

Just small things like: potential employeers (sometimes) inquiring why he still doesn’t speak German during job-interviews. Or communicating with his wife’s family, their kids or their kids’ friends. They thought it was "funny", and that he was even labeled by his neighbours ‘that English guy’. He only realised how broken and halted his German was when he got divorced and suddenly there was no-one to take care of everything for him.

I surely hoped and was still even fairly confident to pick it up, and that this wouldn’t happen to me as this wasn't my first language learning rodeo.

My flatmate tried to help me to get a job... but 

When he introduced me to his friends (one of them owner of the restaurant at Rigihof), he was surprised I still couldn’t speak German.

But how the hell? If all the people I tried to speak in German didn’t have patience for my halted speech and barked at me “English”!? And even he, my flatmate, wasn’t really interested talking German to me at home! But suddenly, I was supposed to be a German-performing- monkey.

Something needed to change fast for me, or my Swiss dream would be over before it even started. 

It felt like I was in Switzerland, but not in real (German speaking) Switzerland. I was in a bubble of my own, an English speaking world and I just couldn’t get out of it.

I already mastered few languages before, so struggling with German actually irked me. I didn’t know what was going on until I realised that I’m actually dealing with 2 languages or inputs at once - Swiss German on the streets, and consuming High-German media. And my brain was fighting with both! As if fighting with High-German since my childhood wasn't enough.

As a teenager I was a complete failure with languages at school. I had 8 years of German and 4 years of English, still couldn't speak them...

I left school like everybody else, basically knowing some pointless rules about prepositions, and subjunctive, but unable to speak, at all.

To add salt to injury I had to go through walk of shame and change my graduation subject from German to English (which was almost zero too, but not as bad as German).

And that was a bit of an issue because, wait for it... My mom is a German teacher back home in Slovakia, and half of those 8 years studying German as a teenager was in her class.

I didn’t really enjoy explaining myself, why me, a son of a German teacher, can’t graduate in German after 8 years of studying it. But almost all of my classmates, and even my younger sister and older brother were in the same miserable situation with German. So it wasn’t that bad.

However at that time I didn’t know why I wasn’t able to learn languages

But this time around I knew what needed to happen for me to become fully functional German speaker fast, I just couldn’t get to it.

You see in July 2009 I moved to Spain for summer job and learned Spanish to conversational level in 3 months, and fluent few months later. I looked back and pondered why I couldn’t speak German after 8 years, but I was already speaking Spanish after 1 summer there.

At first I thought it was because I spoke Spanish from day 1, but later I realised it was more about what that gave me...

More conversations, and longer conversations, in safe environment with my Spanish speaking gastro-colleagues and friends, who would correct me without laughing at me, which meant I received a lot of (what I discovered later) proffesor, linguist, and 2nd language acquisition expert Dr. Krashen calls the key to effective language learning...

The Comprehensible Input (C.I.) The Secret.

Often misunderstood "secret" to language learning. Not discussing grammar, but discussing interesting topics in comprehensible manner. It’s a paradox, the more we talked about grammar the less we learned (and more confused and bored to death we were), when we talked about interesting topics we learned languages through patterns.

I replicated this method later in Italian, French, Portuguese and even in Russian. So in that cold Swiss, December I knew that I just needed a human comprehensible input, and environment which would allow me to practice my German without shame when I make mistakes.

C. I. - The Misunderstood Key To Language Learning

But without a job, I Almost Gave Up On My Swiss Dream

When I received a call from HR at Radisson blue hotel at ZH airport replying to my CV application. They asked me to speak German.

I was scared, but I switched, playing it confident: “Ja ich rede auch Deutsch.” Few phrases I memorised. What helped me was working on my pronunciation, so what I was saying although limited, was very clear.

I managed to pass an interview... because again, I memorised answers to all the possible questions and got a job. Phew.

I went through a lot of embarassing situations in first 3 months, misunderstanding clients, and seeming very, very stupid. But soon enough everyone began to take notice, I was conversational, intermediate, then advanced German speaker.

Few months later when police stopped my car for routine check we had nice interaction and I even received a big compliment on My German (apparently it was unusual).

I've absorbed fluency through sponging the correct ways to say things, listening to my colleagues and work-friends with what I call now. The Absorber Method.

Frequently I was asked, what's your secret to languages...

They would say you must be studying all the time, or you must burry your head in grammar books full of dull grammar exercises, or watch million hours of youtube... And some believed I had a "special brain" for languages. I just worked as a barman :)

With so much hoop-lah in the industry, I respect the scepticism, healthy dose is good - that means you are not a sucker, as maybe you got burned with most of the traditional methods just like I did.

However, they were wrong... very wrong. They just didn't know my secret weapon: Absorbing a speech pattern from other humans! Automating it.

And later I realised, I’m even better at teaching this when by chance I was contacted to make someone conversational in French in just 3 months from zero.

I discovered I was so good at it because I could strip away essentials from fluff easily and serve it to the student on a silver platter. Why? Because unlike natives (who are born with the language, and never have to learn it consciously as adults), I’ve been through this suffering myself, so now I could tell important things from BS and explain the grammar in stupid simple ways.

I knew how helpful this would be for others who want to finally achieve breakthrough...

But have experienced first-hand, or heard the horror stories of people who went to countless corporate language schools, spent thousands of CHF and still couldn't speak languages in Switzerland properly...

Immediately my first client learned to speak French and no-one believed she only learned French for 3 and half months (and in non French spoken city).

Her French speaking neighbors were in shock, even my sister who lives in Paris was jealous when she saw videos of her progress... tell you the truth I was jealous too.

We both remembered how hard it was at the start in the new country, when no-one can explain, or help you to speak, but bugs your head with milllions of rules instead of relentless focus on essentials for communications and understanding rapid speech...

My student was learning about 3 times faster than me because of my straight to the point approach ... and that's when I realised OMG this reallly works even better than expected.

And that's how 90-day fluency-sprint was born

I developed my proprietary 90-day fluency sprint to Advanced B2 level, based on Krashen's theory, expert secrets of polyglots, and my own tips, trick, and hacks.

The reason for this is simple: Finding the system to acquire fluency can be hard...

For many expats going with traditional grammar drills and theory learning is more trouble than it's worth.

If you don't know who to trust (and what to look for), you could even end up convincing yourself you're stupid or have no talent for languages just like I believed til I was 26...

And that’s bad not only for your self-confidence, but also because you'll stop putting effort due to the lack of the clear and self-evident results...

And that's what I can help you with... to see clear, and evident progress when speaking German.

I will create a personalised strategy to make you speak good and proper German (fluent at b2 level) in only 90 days.

I've already made all the of the mistakes one could make in language learning so you don’t have to.

And now, I know how to shortcut the process for you!

What to avoid and how to properly teach you, to start SPEAKING with flow, while not making you feel dumb, but making you see quick wins and results, which will in turn encourage you to put more effort, which will give you more joy and confidence when speaking on the streets of Zurich.

Achieving spoken fluency in German in Zurich is not complicated, but...

“I had a terrible experience learning Hebrew and Russian in high school. I didn’t actually learn anything, which seems to be a common experience...” 

- Gabriel Wyner -  Polyglot, speaks 10+languages. Author of the NATIONAL BESTSELLER - FLUENT FOREVER

Finding a system that works can be a nightmare...

  • Due to misinformation in the industry, on one hand outdated profit-hungry traditional corporate language schools unwilling to change, and on the other youtube gurus promising to teach you language in 3 hours total, or some app like duolingo through scripted stuff. 
  • Due to getting taken advantage of by wheeling-and-dealin corporations for which typical student is just a number, or amateurs who never learned another language and pose as experts just because they are natives (and were born with German), but were never in your shoes learning it as an adult. (Don't get me wrong, they’re still perfect conversation practice partners, they just can’t give accurate how-to advice, simply because they never went through it).
  • Because of having to deal with frustration of grammar confusion and overburdening... that goes nowhere, wasting your precious time and having to search further.
  • Because of wasting thousands CHF on a course that all but flopped when you were hammered down into corner... forced to pay thousands of CHF for theory knowledge, that you could google yourself, and the teaching style that can even make you hate German.

My focus on the other hand is to guarantee your satisfaction by speaking proper German!

Imagine 3 months from now when you are no longer struggling to express yourself...

Imagine being... at dinner with your new Swiss friends, family or neighbours, casually chit-chatting.

Imagine geting compliments on your level.

Imagine in the morning as you brush your teeth, knowing you’ll nail that job interview without a worry.

And btw, I'm not just throwing an ad and hoping to close anyone who comes in. Who else would put their money (and reputation) where their mouth is like that... and literally guarantee results? No one - check for yourselfTraditional schools can only tell you what will be in the curriculum each month, but not how much will you be able to retain, simply because it's the wrong method! If it wasn't...

Then why it's impossible to find (at least) one "before and after case study" on any Language School Website?

Isn't it weird that not even one school with their fancy logos, branding campaigns, visit cards and so on... has a case study on their site. Like here's how the student spoke before, here's after. (It'd be reasonable to have it on the website after so many years in business, don't ya think? Google language schools in your area and try to find one! Just take a look at this survey from Guardian (notice 3rd from the bottom).

If their system was effective, then everybody who ever studied languages in high school would speak 2- 3 languages after, but nobody ever ends up speaking anything, and the way they teach languages at schools in UK, or US, is the same like Slovakia, Sweden, or Switzerland. 

All Language Schools Just Copy Fatally Flawed System

I did a case study straight out of my first customer... and her ability to speak shook even her French neighbor who couldn't believe it.

But what about German? The principles are the same for any language.

It works even better for German, simply because you live in German spoken city (whereas Juliette was learning French in non French spoken city).

Probably you have experienced or heard nightmares, of wishy-washy grammarian language schools that instead of giving you the ability to speak, leave you with a bad taste in your mouth after spending your hard earned money for nothing.

That's because these jokesters (excuse the expression) are feeding you only the theory of the language (which btw is SOO EASY, any 15-year-old native could just read it from a book or you could just google it yourself).

To ad injury to that, they teach you words in categories, because it's easier to write their books that way...

A Really Easy And Lazy Way To Build  Curriculum

Why are categories a problem?

Because to retain something into long-term memory you must be able to repeat it in conversations. Like the expression "Repetition is the mother of learning." Yes it is, but only the repetition in real life application.

But can you go to the bar and have a conversation with random Swiss person SOLELY about fruits (cause that's what was in that silly book that week), or JUST about members of the family, or JUST about animals etc.

You see at the beginning you only need the most important words of each category, the core of the language, which ensures high repetitions in conversations, which ensures your retention and progress, which gives you motivation to learn more and more, instead of killing your inner drive.

What these curriculums are designed to do is for you to enter never-ending forgetting-loop. It's not because of your bad memory, or not having talent, or not being a kid anymore. It's not your fault at all!

It's because you can't use that vocab when you learn words in categories... and what happens is, in semester 2 you forget semester 1, in semester 3 you forget semester 2 and etc. Make no mistakes these books might look new, but they are as outdated as video-cassettes.

Maybe these methods are good for profit-hungry corporate schools but for you to connect with people in Zurich. Forget about it.

Here’s what usually happens with word lists. First day you learn words related to a theme e.g. animals. So you learn the German words for goat, pig, donkey, horse, saddle, bridle, tiger, lion, zoo, etc. Next day’s theme is furniture: bed, sofa, table, chair, armchair, cupboard, toy box etc.

If you learn 10 words a day then after three days 10+10+10 = 30 words. Now you know 30 words. That’s better than 3 days ago - if of course you somehow managed to memorise them all - but can you go out and communicate in real Zurich world?

Not really.

What would you say? Dog cat armchair or pig saddle sofa? This is the most powerful secret for your successful communication in German. Instead of learning thematic words-lists that make you sound like a cave man, you discover patterns from freqently repeated vocabulary in conversations that multiply your German.

The traditional method is a fallacy, a failure repeated over and over. To be fair we can’t even blame them. According to K. Robinson (author of most viewed TED talk ever called - Do schools kill creativity?) all standardised test-school systems were invented during industrial revolution. Actually, it doesn’t even matter when it was. What matters is that someone or some board had to design that first lang. learning curriculum. Now imagine it was you and you had to design that curriculum. Really, try to imagine it.

Not one kid in the world learns that way...

Probably you’d say we’ll start to teach French or German f.e. with grammar, and we’ll teach words in thematic lists. Even I’d bet on that logic. So we can’t blame them yet. Students will learn fruits, then animals etc., and soon enough they’ll be fluent.

With only one problem, that is - if you look closely at how you learned your native language you’ll realise you didn’t do that. Language is not math. No baby learns their native language starting with grammar rules instructions (not you, not me). And no baby is handed a vocabulary list of words in themes to memorise. They learn naturally. Kinda natural selection for words, babies learn the most important words from each category, the priorities to survive.

Then at the age of 4, 5, or 6 when they already speak the language almost fluently, we start feeding them grammar... and that's the secret the grammar makes sense only because they already speak the language!

A kid knows it's one dog, but two dogs. But a kid doen't know what's singular or plural. So how does he know that? A kid recognises patterns of correct speech in the same way as Federer knows how to hit a forehand winner, but couldn't explain to you kinetic movement of his forearm when he does so.

No grammar instructions and no thematic words to memorise for an infant. Instead they’re absorbing patterns and learning/overlearning the most important (and frequent) words, phrases and patterns.

You acquire bigger vocabulary also only once you speak the language. No wonder everybody failed. Including you. Including me. We can’t blame them for creating this (cause we’d probably use the same logic), but we can blame them for not willing to change it once the scientific research on 2nd lang. acquisition has shown the evidence this is not effective.

It shows that not only too much grammar doesn't help, but may actually hinder your speaking, because instead of naturally flowing content you think constantly about grammar rules. Generally, you can see it on faces of the people who do that. With a child-birth struggle-like face expression, just to get the sentence out... thinking about grammar and content at the same time! And you know the results of doing 2 things at the same time.

Source: Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition Stephen D Krashen University of Southern California

I don't know how much more evidence from scientists and polyglots do these grammarians need!?

As a sidenote: apparently studying grammar doesn't work even if you want to become better writer or improve command of your native language.

Source: The Atlantic

And what's worse...

Even many Youtubers copy this, and instruct their native languages with countless grammar drills and words in categories. 

Why? Because it’s easier to instruct grammar and teach words in categories, without considering long-term retention. Many times these' “experts’” only claim to expertise is being native speaker of that language.

Ask yourself how can someone who has never learned any language (or maybe just English, which in this day and age doesn’t even count like learning a foreign language, because of the whole Hollywood and music influence) give you how-to advice?

If you follow closely polyglots on youtube, they never give advice on a particular language. Because they don’t wanna teach you words in categories, or instruct grammar, because they know it doesn’t help students. It’s even very close to a fraud. They know it because they tried it, and at one point were failures at languages. They mostly give general, how-to go about learning advice. Because for them you are not just a number like for the...

Steve Kaufmann - 20 Languages.

For corporate language schools a normal student is just a number. 

They created a perfect business model. Superficial levels - A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2, as if natives on the streets knew how to speak to you based on that.

They are convincing people they need to go through all of them, to pay over, and over, maybe even make you pass an written exam (because guess what, they prepare you for that specific exam for months) which still doesn’t mean you can speak. It’ll be probably forgotten in days, because that stuff can’t be repated on the streets.

That’s why there's so many students who passed b2 exam, but still can’t say 3 sentences. I should know, I was one of them. And then, the system tells you it’s your fault (just happens to be perfect excuse for not having to deliver). The reason you do not speak German is cause you haven’t studied hard enough, or practiced enough. But practice, practice where? Wasn’t this what school was for, to practice speaking, if the speaking is the goal, and it is the goal, isn’t it?

"Everyday in practice... to me it was a competition, so when the game comes, there’s nothing I haven’t already practiced, it’s a routine, whatever happens in the game now, okay I’ve done this before.

- Michael Jordan-

If you don't practice for the speaking, then how can you get good at speaking? You can't.

The business model of practicing for pointless grammar theory tests is so good for the corporations that some of the language schools now invented even sub-levels A1.1, A1.2, A1.3, A2.1, A2.2, A2.3 convincing students they need all of them. Why do you think they have so many levels?

Even many teachers hate this system because they know it doesn’t work, but they are forced to teach that way. And actually not only that you the student, but also teachers are often just a number for these companies. They can sub the teacher for any 18-year-old native speaker who can just start reading the theory from the book. McDonald's style of teaching where any 18 years old of the street could follow instructions from grammar book.

Ken Robinson once told a story about the difference between being involved in the task of doing something and achieving it. Like dieting, there’s Peter he’s dieting. But is he losing any weight? Not really. Teaching is a word like that, there’s Debra teaching in the room 34, but is anybody learning anything? No. Not really. So if nobody learns, do we still call that teaching?

And it’s not like schools or real world doesn’t know about it. It’s just that nobody has the power to change it. Scientists already know how human brains learn. But these outdated curriculums have been designed decades ago (if not a whole century) and are repeated over and over.

Will Public Ever Realise The Truth?

Change will be slow, until enough people complain. Just like cigarettes companies were convincing us that smoking wasn’t bad for many years after the science showed otherwise. In the same way these traditional schools will be convincing us for many years that their curriculums and way of teaching are not bad. After all, if public realised the truth (just like the polyglots did, which at some point weren’t polyglots, but language failures) then who would buy their pointless grammar courses, semester after semester. You just can’t learn a language by memorising thousands of grammar rules.

Polyglots have been saying this for years now. Research it, google it, why polyglots are against traditional classes. Or do you really think they were born speaking 10, 15 or 20 languages? Do you really think they learned those languages in traditional classrooms, how many courses and years would it take? Do you really believe they have some supernatural brains? So how come so many of those polyglots were language failures in high school, and in their twenties spoke only their native language. Google names like Benny Lewis, Gabriel Wyner, Lydia Machova, Olly Richards, just to name few. I worked as barman, and I learned to speak 7 languages.

Instead of this outdated way, we focus on a golden triad.

Not learning, but OVERLEARNING the most frequent words so you know them even at 2AM, by exposure and repetition to them.

Acquiring grammar through patterns and not memorising rules.

Improving pronunciation to make yourself understood, and working on understanding rapid native speech.

...That way you never have to worry about not understanding or not being able to express yourself ever again. That's my promise to ya.

Would you like to take my Absorber Method for a "test drive" ?

I'd be happy to help you to remove you from stress and ultimately start having good life here, by spending more time in real Swiss social circles. 

For a limited time, I'm offering a free discovery call to expats who meet a strict, but reasonable criteria.

I'm offering this to help exclusively expats who reached a point where they need a help, but have no time or money to waste with hypey language corporations, clueless private teachers, or brute trial and error years.

On this call you will get:

  • A detailed analysis into my system and everything we discussed that works like gangbusters for lang. learning.
  • Your most pressing questions answered about how this 90-day-program works.
  • Your very custom-tailored "plan of action".

And I'll show you also why it's actually costing you hundreds of CHF each month by not being able to speak German.

But, this is not a sales pitch-fest in disguise. By offering you a free discovery call, we may possibly find that working together... 

Makes sense!?

And if you find the plan of action valuable to you, you may decide to become a client.

You're gonna get "behind the scenes" access to my entire system specifically tailored to you ...

I promise if you apply even a fraction of what we go over during our call you'll skyrocket your confidence in spoken German in no time...

What's more I guarantee you'll see progress in your speaking German, or you'll have 14-day money back guarantee plus 100 CHF for wasting your time. And if you decide that this is not for you for some reason, or for no reason at all, you just let me know and I'll refund you your whole 2 week investment, plus 100.00 CHF for wasting your time.

Why 2 weeks? Because it takes about 14 days for your first epiphany, to realise that it really works...

Best case - you’ll sky-rocket your German in 14 days to see proof for yourself that it really works.

Worst case - you tell me I suck, I write you a check and you get 2-weeks free training. No hard feelings. We'll respectfully part ways.

On top of that you’ll get my 'Advanced Results' satisfaction guarantee for the whole duration. If After 3 months aiming for B2 fluency, you are not satisfied with the level of your spoken German. I will continue to work for you FREE of charge, until the level is achieved, and until you’re completely satisfied.

"The myth, that's not a myth for me anymore. I believed that polyglots are some special people. That they wake up and after 1 week they speak a new language, and after another, another one. Now I know that it's not talent or age. They just do things differently than traditional system."


I’m Not Asking You To Decide Yes Or No Today 

I’m asking you to make a fully informed decision. That is all. The only way you can make a fully informed decision is on the inside, not the outside. So get on the inside, be an insider, and see if what I say is true and valuable to you. Then, and only IF it is, you might decide to fully jump into it. If it’s not for you, no hard feelings. You will then, at this point be able to make a fully informed decision that it isn’t for you.

But you can’t make that decison right now for the same reason you don’t buy a house without first looking at inside of it.

And know this whether it is 13 days and 23:59 from the start if you ain’t happy, I ain’t happy. For any reason whatsoever or for no reason at all, if you want your investment back, you get it and 100 CHF on top for wasting your time. I’ll twint you, transfer, or write you a check. Whichever. You can only make such a guarantee when you’re confident that what you have is the real deal! And I’m fairly confident that when you get on board, you’ll be getting exactly what you need to BENEFIT. The ability to speak German effortlessly, seamlessly and  automatically.

Now, with an offer this insane, let me address something important...

This is NOT For everyone.

Here's who I can help:

A. You must know at least a bit of the basics, and you simply want to achieve success a lot faster.

This offer is for expats who already tried, but couldn’t achieve breakthrough in speaking part in casual conversations or job interviews... (guess what, interviews should be casual and relaxed conversation for both parties, and not some child-birth like struggle to get a sentence out in German).

B. It’s not for people who are struggling to cover the rent, as these service cost money as with any other profession. In that case you’d need to do more figuring it out on your own google/youtube. As sadly I cannot provide 3 months for free, only 2 weeks to basically give you time to see the results and make up your mind based on that. If you can't afford investing into your skills you can’t afford to grow and progress in life profesionally or socially.

It's also not for the types who believe in youtube clickbaites like learn language in 3 hours to fluency with no effort, or for miracles searching! The level achieved will be a confident B2 level, not some pointless paper but actual ability to speak with flow.

C. You should be able and willing to allocate 6-8 hours per week on this (although, a bit more or less might be considered.)

I know you are busy, but this is a small time-investment considering this problem will disappear from your life, because I’ll also show you how to incroprate progress into your daily life after.

D. You must be able to keep your commitment and basically keep showing up

Although you won’t be forced to speak, ridiculed or have some crazy homeworks to do. I'll just give you some recommendations for TV shows.

E. You should be open-minded. 

I lived all over, learned about cultures. UK (Walsall, Farnborough), Menorca, Barcelona, Algarve, Milano, Nice, Megeve and even close to Russia in Narva, Estonia. And therefore I enjoy company of open-minded people. And it’s also very good for learning.

F. You must be able to follow my instructions (but dont worry it’s never something crazy)

At the end of the day, you are deciding to work with me because of my expertise in rapid language acquisition. If you don't follow my strategy, meddle with it, or constantly feel the need to tell me how to do my job... neither of us will be satisfied with results.

Also, I'm not interested to work with price shoppers, but results shoppers! I'm not interested in tire kickers... but real people who value short and compact skill acquisition instead of slow and fluffed up! To work with people who understand the value of shortcutting learning curve.

I'll always be honest with ya and expect the same in return. That's it - those are my requirements.


 Then schedule a discovery call with me below. Your initial call will be short and don’t worry this won’t be some bait and switch call. I'll ask you some questions to see if it could be a good fit.

After that, I'll know more about your current situation and whether or not I can help. Then we'll schedule a demo where we'll go over exactly what I do and how... and how it looks compared to other options and exactly what would you gain... Then you'll have all the info you need to know whether or not we should do business.

"Peter is very rapid and efficient language learner and extremely dedicated teacher."

- YVES Küng- raum gmbh Zürich



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    A. You can hang up: take the info and run with it... you can try to do it yourself as nothing will be hidden from you. And if you wanna go that route, no harm no foul. I sincerely wish you the best of luck. I'd be just as proud to see you succeed as I would be with any private client of mine!
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    B. You other choice will be to let me help you to do it with ya.

If you choose this avenue, I'll help you perfect your pronuciation, speaking part and understanding at each milestone.

...that way you are never in the dark wondering if this stuff is even working out or not.

Because let's face it, the important is only if you progress when it comes to speaking, not some silly waste of time slaving over grammar-drills, hunched over textbooks.

One more thing. This opportunity is extremely limited due to the intense nature of personal coaching.

For that reason, it's literally impossible for me to accept and work with more than 2-3 people in this manner.

I can only accept 2 students, maybe I could squeeze 3rd in the afternoon. Why? Because the way I teach is very exhausting and I need about an hour after the class to cool down...

It's because I'll teach you in a natural way and treat you like a kid (which you might be in German talking terms)...

I'll answer every question right there on the spot, whatever pops in into your head, I'll repeat even 100 times if necessary a word without going crazy, because I know at the beginning it's just too much information.

I won't make you feel bad for not knowing something. Plus I'll explain to you grammar quickly/efficiently without bogging your mind (In German or English if needed).

So this is a Friendly Warning: Time is a factor 

This Offer expires on 14th of Sept. or when first 2 people sign up, I might accept later 3rd one for afternoon class if I’ll have time.

So with that said, know that the window of opportunity wont be open for too long.

If you feel like this is right for you, and you'd like to explore the possibility of working together, then go to the calendar below now and let's get the ball rolling.

To your success

Peter Drotar :)

Peter Drotar

Creator of 90 Day Fluency Sprint Program

About Peter Drotar

I'm a self-taught polyglot from Slovakia, living in Zurich, Switzerland. After studying German at school for 8 years, I still couldn’t speak it! When I arrived in Zurich I couldn’t mix with the locals. 

I absolutely needed to learn German so that I didn’t feel like an outsider. My shame drove me to search endlessly for a better way of learning. Learning languages was not easy for me at the beginning… I struggled! 

Eventually I discovered what I had suspected all along: the problem was not me, but traditional methods I was following. Once I discovered what’s really important for communication, (you’ll be amazed at how much of what is normally taught actually gets in the way of speaking), and how to best use the mind for rapid learning... I acquired not only German, but before that English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian and Russian too. 

I have been where you are now. If you have ever had a tough time learning a language, we can help – and we are here for you!

My Practice: 8 Minutes 8 Languages

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

Remember You'll be fully protected by 14-day take my services for a ride, 100% Money-back Satisfaction-Guarantee. If you don't start getting tangible improvment in results when you speak German in 14 days, just let me know... I'll send you a prompt refund (without any dumb questions), plus 100 CHF for wasting your time.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to have some gift from above...AKA "special talent" or be super-young?

Does the comprehensible input method takes effort?

Can I learn even if I have incurable allergy against grammatical terms? 

Are you using the same method to learn languages Peter?  

A. How long? B. Is it really stress free? 

The Method? 


In case you're inpatient like me, here are important details:

I'm offering to help you to stop speaking with broken and halted German, and instead start to speak with good and proper German (b2 spoken fluency) in 90 days, using absorber method and 90 day live sprint program... so you can build deeper relationships with people in Zurich, and go from outsider to insider... nail those job interviews in German, and in general instead of making German ears bleed start making them feel comfortable around you, and even compliment on your level of spoken German.

I'm offering a FREE discovery call to help you see if exploring working together could be beneficial for you. I'm so confident I can bring you to b2 spoken fluency in German in 90 days, that if accepted (based on some criteria) I offer 14 days complete money-back guarantee.

Simply said if you don't see tangible results after 14 days (that prove it really works) I'll return your whole investment plus give you 100 CHF for wasting your time.

This free discovery call is only for expats in Zurich (Oerlikon/Glattpark etc.) who tried German before (and are stuck), but still driven to break through the learning wall... and to finally speak good, proper German with flow, instead of broken and halted speaking.

Because of my other students (that I currently teach French and Spanish) I can only accept 2 people for Speak German by Xmas 2021, 90-Day-Live-Autumn-Sprint-Program... 

So this call is very limited and won't be offered for much longer. Schedule NOW to reserve your's today before it's too late. There are...

 Only 2 Open Spots Left

Book A Call Below...

"Intelligent people make decisions based on opportunity costs" 


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