Did you know that engaging with multiple senses at once makes learning something easier? Here’s how you can stimulate your senses to efficiently learn a language.
It may sound like the name of a rock band, but it’s an actual living, breathing language spoken in Kashubia (Gdańsk), in the historic Eastern Pomerania region of Poland.
Are you looking to add another dimension to your Spanish learning? We would like to introduce you to “El Misterio de la Calle de Cervantes,” the new podcast made by Babbel’s language experts.
Conventional wisdom states that serious learners take night classes to learn a language. Here’s why an app is actually a better fit.
Words like “nebula,” “galaxy” and “cosmos” can summon up lots of romantic images of space exploration, but where did these terms come from in the first place?
Want to go somewhere new to practice your language skills? Visit one of these Portuguese-speaking countries you may not have considered!
From the rivers of Laos to the islands of Sweden, these book boats are bringing literature and language to the farthest reaches of the globe.
On a spectrum of the English language, Australia seems torn between two worlds: British English and American English. Here’s why, in spite of it all, Aussies love American words.