SPEAK GERMAN, English ,French or Spanish in 90 Days, Utilising C.I. Method Without Time-Consuming Homeworks, Tedious Grammar Exercises or Million Memorizations. 

Learn to be able to achieve this incredible goal… even if you have this [major objection]!

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This subheading should target a pain point that your online course can solve

The format for this section is known as PAS: Pain, Agitation, Solution. Start by identifying your customer’s pain. Show them that you understand their problem.

Don’t rush to introduce your course, but instead be really specific when you describe exactly how it feels to have this problem. You want your reader to start nodding and thinking “Yes, that’s exactly my problem!

Once you’ve really made the pain clear, it’s time to agitate it. Indulge in how this problem gets worse. Why is it frustrating? Why does it feel so awful? What is it that makes the problem so problematic?

After a few short paragraphs, you should have your readers 100% focused on the issue and how bad it is.

If you are writing a long-form sales page, this is the section that would grow the most. You could expand this into a blog post format, with a content pattern that explores the customer’s pain even further. Add images, icons, subheadings, quotes and more.

If you’ve written this section well, your visitors should be wanting a solution by the end of it. They’ll be hoping that you’re about to turn things around and relieve their pain for them.

And you are…

Live one on one per Zoom classes with Comprehensible Input Method which is how you learned your native language as a kid

Here you want to write a short paragraph that quickly explains exactly what your online course is and how it’s the perfect solution to the problems you’ve been talking about in the previous section. Keep it short, but provide the essential information they need to be able to make sense of what’s coming. For example, make sure they know that it is an online course designed to teach them how to achieve their goal

Here’s the thing, to be able to speak German... your speech has to become automatic in your head. 

But traditional language classes do not prepare you for automating your speech. They are focused on passing some exam which is OK if you need the paper, but useless if you need to SPEAK German on the streets with Natives. Because...

on exams you have time to think,but on streets not

They keep preparing you for these tests, but even if you pass the test... it still doesn’t mean that your speech is automated. During exams you have time to think, on the streets of Zurich not so much. That’s why even though you know some theory about the grammar rules and some words, when somebody speaks to you in German you don’t know how to respond. You don't understand or you are SUUUUUPER   -    S     .    L     .    O  .  W. 

You talk like a 2-year-old

Or as if you just had a stroke. It's like 2 of you. One that speaks and the other that monitors your grammar. You think waaay too long and people lose their patience and switch to English. Or YOU switch to English because you feel ashamed.

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About (Author Name)

Write this section in third-person, meaning you should not use the words ‘I’ or ‘We’ or ‘Me’. Instead, talk about the author objectively using 'he' or 'she' even if you are the author! It’s time to show off your achievements and prove why you are the right person to be writing this topic.

But just after you’ve talked yourself up, make sure you end on a friendly note. You don’t want to sound intimidating, you want to sound knowledgeable and friendly.

Happy customers

Christian Doe

Architect

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Barbara Lane

Art Director

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Marie Jones

Marketing Specialist

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Polyglots have been saying this for years

It was only around 2012 when I first started to research many polyglots who speak 5, 10, or 15 languages and many of their's stories were almost carbon copy of mine.

Benny lewis - fluent in 7 and conversational in many others

Runs the blog fluentin3months.com. He had German for 5 years in his high school and just like me he failed, until he moved to Spain and learned Spanish. He too traveled the world with the mission to learn as many languages as he can, he's in double digits now.  

Gabriel Wyner 10+Languages

“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 is now fluent in 8 languages. He's the author of Fluent Forever. Even Tim Ferris author of 4HWW and countless other polyglots wrote the same thing, you can't learn languages in traditional classrooms.

bUT why?

Sir Ken Robinson - the speaker of the most watched Ted Talk ever - used to say that most traditional curriculums (including languages) were designed around the industrial revolution, and remain practically unchanged til today. The way they teach foreign languages in Slovakia, is not much different than let's say in UK, USA or Italy.

Grammar drills, endless testing and so on... everything geared towards the tests and grades. Did you do that too at your school? And are you still following the advice that has a literally failure built in it, as I was?

During those 8 years at school I always wondered why almost nobody ends up speaking German language. From 2009 - 2015 during my travels I discovered 3 main reasons or mistakes... why it's so incrediby difficult to learn German with traditional approach even if having good teachers.

3 Step System

To speak German, English, French, etc. at Conversational Fluency Level in 90 days

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Step 1: Filling the brain with German content

- Learning the 500 most frequent/essential words will provide a strong foundation for understanding and forming sentences in everyday conversations.

- Visual descriptions and storytelling help to create mental associations and context for the vocabulary, making it easier to remember and use in conversation.

- By exposing the brain to a variety of German content, it will naturally begin to recognize patterns in grammar, sentence structure, and common phrases, which will aid in developing conversational skills.

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Step 2: Developing speech reflexes (through - no shame - option questions)

- Practicing concrete words (nouns, verbs, adjectives) will help expats build a solid vocabulary base and improve their ability to describe objects, actions, and emotions in German.

- Abstract words (conjunctions, prepositions, etc.) are essential for connecting ideas and forming more complex sentences, which is crucial for achieving conversational mastery.

- Time-gainers, connectors, and transitions are important for maintaining the flow of conversation and giving the speaker time to think and formulate their thoughts in German, making conversations smoother and more natural.

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Step 3: Mastery of every-day German language

- Mastering the use of past tense is important for expats to be able to share their experiences, tell stories, and understand the experiences of others in German.

- Mastery of the present tense is essential for discussing current events, expressing opinions, and engaging in everyday conversations with native speakers.

- Mastering the future tense allows expats to discuss plans, make predictions, and engage in more complex conversations about potential future events or situations. This is important for fully integrating into the local culture and forming deeper connections with native speakers.

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Bonus

Now it’s time to introduce your Bonuses!

What else is there in the course that you haven’t explained in your modules above? Even if it’s a regular part of your course, if you haven’t mentioned it at all on your sales page yet, then it’s time to introduce it in this section as a Bonus. If you’re not sure what to put here, then check out our article on 6 great ways that you can increase the perceived value of your online course

Course Bonuses

Tell them all about this other great thing that they also get. Maybe it’s access to a members-only facebook group or online forum. If so, tell them about it here!

Bonus 01

Tell them why this bonus feature of your course is going to help them achieve even more than what you’ve already outlined in the modules above.

Bonus 02

 1-on-1 coaching calls, downloadable workbooks, cheat sheets… whatever it is, mention it in this section.

Bonus 03

 1-on-1 coaching calls, downloadable workbooks, cheat sheets… whatever it is, mention it in this section.

What makes us different

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Subheading About Why Your Course Is Valuable

This section is all about price anchoring. In a moment, your visitor will be seeing the price of your online course, so you want to begin talking about the value of your course in this section so that when they finally see the price, they feel that it is reasonable.

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Here’s what people are saying about the course instructor

These 3 testimonials are just after you’ve introduced the teacher/ instructor, so they should focus on how great the course teacher is and why they are worth trusting. If you haven’t got great testimonials yet, then check out our article on the secret to getting raving testimonials for your online course

Christian Doe

Architect

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These 3 testimonials should focus on why past customers found that your course was absolutely the right decision. Remember, your visitors are looking for reasons not to buy after they see the price, so include some testimonials here that alleviate that anxiety.

Barbara Lane

Art Director

Pull out a few key words for a testimonial title

These 3 testimonials should focus on why past customers found that your course was absolutely the right decision. Remember, your visitors are looking for reasons not to buy after they see the price, so include some testimonials here that alleviate that anxiety.

Marie Jones

Marketing Specialist

Pull out a few key words for a testimonial title

These 3 testimonials should focus on why past customers found that your course was absolutely the right decision. Remember, your visitors are looking for reasons not to buy after they see the price, so include some testimonials here that alleviate that anxiety.

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What are common questions about your course?

Provide some answers to common questions. Perhaps you want to tell answer how much time they need to dedicate to get through the course, or give them a support email to contact you if they have further questions. It doesn’t need to be questions you were actually asked, but rather the final few questions people may want answered before they are ready to buy.

Can You Put Example Questions Here? 

Provide some answers to common questions. Perhaps you want to tell answer how much time they need to dedicate to get through the course, or give them a support email to contact you if they have further questions. It doesn’t need to be questions you were actually asked, but rather the final few questions people may want answered before they are ready to buy.

Can You Put Example Questions Here? 

Provide some answers to common questions. Perhaps you want to tell answer how much time they need to dedicate to get through the course, or give them a support email to contact you if they have further questions. It doesn’t need to be questions you were actually asked, but rather the final few questions people may want answered before they are ready to buy.

Can You Put Example Questions Here? 

Provide some answers to common questions. Perhaps you want to tell answer how much time they need to dedicate to get through the course, or give them a support email to contact you if they have further questions. It doesn’t need to be questions you were actually asked, but rather the final few questions people may want answered before they are ready to buy.

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Your Personal Note

This is your final chance to offer a personalised encouragement to your visitor. Warmly explain that this course is something you are proud of and that you hope to they’ll sign up so you can help them overcome their problems and get that amazing result!

This subheading should target a pain point that your online course can solve

The format for this section is known as PAS: Pain, Agitation, Solution. Start by identifying your customer’s pain. Show them that you understand their problem.

Don’t rush to introduce your course, but instead be really specific when you describe exactly how it feels to have this problem. You want your reader to start nodding and thinking “Yes, that’s exactly my problem!

Once you’ve really made the pain clear, it’s time to agitate it. Indulge in how this problem gets worse. Why is it frustrating? Why does it feel so awful? What is it that makes the problem so problematic?

After a few short paragraphs, you should have your readers 100% focused on the issue and how bad it is.


If you are writing a long-form sales page, this is the section that would grow the most. You could expand this into a blog post format, with a content pattern that explores the customer’s pain even further. Add images, icons, subheadings, quotes and more.

If you’ve written this section well, your visitors should be wanting a solution by the end of it. They’ll be hoping that you’re about to turn things around and relieve their pain for them.

And you are…

If you are writing a long-form sales page, this is the section that would grow the most. You could expand this into a blog post format, with a content pattern that explores the customer’s pain even further. Add images, icons, subheadings, quotes and more.

If you’ve written this section well, your visitors should be wanting a solution by the end of it. They’ll be hoping that you’re about to turn things around and relieve their pain for them.

And you are…