German with love

Ability, experience and responsbility

What if there is even one person, for whom our experience and methods can be of help?
What if they get exactly what they want from us, to change their lives?
– This thought of responsibility makes us to share all that we know and can with you.

Learning a language brings people together

What happens when an Inter-cultural expert and an ex-IITian teaching expert get together?

Learn with caring guides

No more internet whirlpools. No confusion long and short term learning plans.


  • How to improve pronunciation while learning what matters?
  • Practice ear training using limited sets of useful words?
  • Never again make a formal/informal mistake?
  • Be confident in interviews.
  • Express your needs clearly with details using templates.
  • Reduce culture shock, connect with the society around.
  • Start feeling more at ease. Friends, acquaintances, conversations made more natural.

You don’t need one more multi language school giving you daily vocabulary and unsorted conversation sentences. 
Instead, benefit from learning the underlying mechanics and templates,
sorting the teaching material in ways that are relevant to you,
gaining vertical skill growth to move towards freedom & confidence in
learning language and culture that matters to you.

Sensitive in a new culture

Fear of the baking food...

May sound like a joke, but many are afraid to go to the bakery: What if they ask for our order before we are ready?

I’m on the sensitive side. Took time to really interact with the culture around. Since I was in the middle of native German speakers, with no contact to English speakers, I picked up the culture and language without much translation. This did me good.

German culture in my experience is polite. Of course, like anywhere, there are psychopaths, sociopaths, manipulaters, unfriendly and silly people. But the culture in general is polite from what I have seen.

If we can loosen our defenses a bit, stop jumping to conclusions, give a chance for the other humans around, it can be a satisfying and growing experience.

German for Practical Learners

No need to learn abstract and generic German when you can learn the basics and best practices while learning what matters to you in real life, what motivates you. 

Create custom syllabus based on your unique needs. Go from your current skill level to your personal goals like a GPS. Learn sentence groups with correct pronunciation and formality to get your needs done from Day 01.


Formal and informal. Sure with correct pronunciation. Learn best practices for the future.

Culture support

Culture shock and frustrations. Not sure what is normal, how to fit in, to not offend. Community.


Asking for directions, ordering food, shops, doctor, telephone. Express preferences, attributes.


Correct pronunciation = effective communication. Learn native pronunciation.

The chef, The music teacher: Analogies

Specialized kitchen

We passby a restaurant that claims to serve the best Indian, Italian, Burger... everything. Keyword: we passby.
We pay premium price to eat the home made pasta made at the Italian family restaurant.

Learnt Jazz

Say person X landed in 'Jazzland', learnt Jazz starting from zero, performs it regularly among 'native' jazz players, have certificates and proofs to show. If X starts to teach, along with some native jazz players, combining the knowledge of X as he traveled the path + the accuracy and exactness of the native players.
If playing jazz is what you want, would you pass the opportunity and instead learn from a music school that claims to teach all musical instruments?

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The Bridge and the Shores

How a combination of non-Native real life learning experience + the certainity of a native language and cultural teacher can be to your advantage.

“The ‘ihr’ form is not obvious to me.” I said in my B1 class.
“It’s to me” said the teacher.

The German courses and exam preparation I (Shyam) attended were in German. Rarely was English spoken. Language learning experts consider this setting wonderful – learning by immersion, not reduced by translation and over comfort.

Most of the native German teachers knew how to teach, had learnt the rules of the language – but not all Germans know the rules or can help you with the underlying structures. Some of them could think from the students’ side – a difficult trial –  searching deep within oneself to find their own learning metaphors. 

Our community college head was a Hungarian lady who had PhD in German. There were other exceptionally good non-Native teachers too.

  • I closely followed the pronunciation – learnt it like I did Tamil, Spanish or other language songs. I made my own deductions, groupings, templates, made my own set of exam preparation core syllabus. You will benefit from this.
  • I still need corrections from native speakers. You will benefit from that too – GWL has native speaking teachers who make sure everything is as correct as it needs to be.

How I passed my B1 and B2 with sehr gut and gut marks.

Bridge the gap

First hand experience of a non native German learner + the certainity of a Native German Language and Culture teacher

Your need & skill based learner path

  • Is there a short term goal you need to hit?
  • Is there any specific language learning interest or goal you want to successfully pursue?

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Interview. Grammar. Exam. Certificates. Paper work. Conversation. Culture. Just to say Hi, someone to talk with.