My focus is on the joy of expressing oneself in a different language, and I have many suggestions to make that easy for you.
I take your inhibitions and shyness seriously can diminish this, by my understanding of it and by my encouraging motivation.
Oh yes, vocabulary and grammar ... this happens at the same time, without really noticing it ;-)
The course "Learning German in Weinviertel" starts Sunday evening and ends after lunch on Friday. Included are:
This is how your daily programm might look:
7:30 - 8:45 a.m. - nice breakfast with a chat or a newspaper, as you like
9:00 - 12:00 a.m. - listen to and understand German, speak and discuss, sing and read, ...
12:30 - 1:30 p.m. - lunch togehter in pleasant silence ;-) or not
2:00 - 6:00 p.m. - an interesting excursion or a nice walking tour guided by me, every day a new trip
6:30 - 7:30 p.m. - common dinner plus having a review of the day and sorting of all impressions, then leisure time
My mentoring in German language begins with the lessons at 9:00 a.m. and ends after dinner - you will have German around you at least 10 hours a day!
Do you also feel that you have enough of shrill sensations and exhausting adventures and you are longing for a soothing respite? Then the Weinviertel ist just right for you. The rounded shapes of the landscape, the quiet and picturesque villages and the centuries-old wine culture make your pulse beat slower, your view clear and your head light.
Get to know a typical Weinviertler Kellergasse where in long, hand-digged tunnels below ground wine barrels were stored in former times. Or enjoy at a traditional "Heurigen", this is a traditional wine taverne, a glass of wine together with the winegrower. Explore with me idyllic little villages with its picturesque centers or the Habsburg summer residences . Take a walk on the Weinviertler Pilgrim path to beautiful viewpoints, where you might see the skyline of Vienna and the Alps at clear weather conditions. Every day will bring new impressions!
Read more about the Weinviertel in my blog (in German).