Do The Inuit People Really Have 50 Words For Snow?
It’s a seemingly simple claim with a complicated history.
8 Games That Will Help You Learn A New Language
Whether you’re a board game afficionado or don’t know Monopoly from Clue, we rounded up five language games to help you learn a language.
COVID Slang That Only Makes Sense In 2021
Because some of the COVID slang that emerged in 2020 is already starting to feel dated.
5 Very Good, Very Specific Tips To Learn Dutch
You want to improve your Dutch but you don’t know how? Let’s have a look at some advice that will help you out!
A Guide To The Most Common Brazilian And Portuguese Phrases
Let’s dive into some idioms and proverbs that will help you make your Portuguese sound more authentic.
10 Things Americans Say That Might Sound Weird In Other Countries
Don’t say ‘let’s hang out sometime’ to a German unless you actually mean it.
5 Very Good, Very Specific Tips To Learn Polish
Are you looking for some greats tips for learning Polish? Look no further, one of Babbel’s in-house language experts spills her best advice.
Countries And Cities That Have Changed Their Names
From France to Japan, Russia to Turkey, some places aren’t short of inspiration when it comes to changing names.
Code Like A Girl
A personal and sweet story from one of our femgineers on how to build self-confidence in the engineering industry.
The Art Of Swearing In Spanish
Swearing is a great way to learn a foreign language and even achieve fluency. If you ever wanted to swear like a Spanish master, I’ve got you covered with this mini-guide to Spanish swearing.
Hot Tip: Mastering Italian Auxiliary Verbs
When in doubt, here are four simple rules for when you need to use the verb ‘essere.’
Linguistic Thanksgiving: The Stories Behind Your Favorite Holiday Foods
Rather than discuss politics around the table this year, make your feast a linguistic Thanksgiving with these word facts about your meal!
What Is Ladino, And Where Is It Spoken?
The language is undergoing a revival, but where exactly did it come from in the first place?
Why Swearing In A Different Language Is So Unsatisfying
Learning expletives in a new language can be fun, but it’ll never replace your mother tongue’s profanity.