Babbel7 Day 3: Food, Glorious Food

Eat and drink your way to better cultural understanding.
September 6, 2018
Babbel7 Day 3: Food, Glorious Food

Renew your enthusiasm for language learning by joining #Babbel7, our 7-day challenge starting on September 4. It’s guaranteed to get you motivated again in time for fall and connect you with a supportive community of language enthusiasts. Every day, we’re publishing an article with helpful content that will guide your learning for each day’s challenge.

Today’s Challenge

You’re in for a treat after all that studying you did for yesterday’s challenge. Luckily, food is often the most rewarding part of exploring a new culture. Your delicious challenge today is to discover a new favorite food or drink phrase and share it!

Food for thought: See what other people on Twitter and Instagram are saying about today’s challenge!

The perks of completing today’s challenge include:

  • Feeling more comfortable with menu items you may encounter on your next food adventure
  • Drinking and eating is fun! It’s important to feel comfortable talking about both in any language you study.
  • Food is an immersive, shared cultural experience that can help you understand the language in a way that vocab drills can’t

Recommended Learning Resources

How to throw an authentic dinner party if you’re studying…

Spanish
French
German
Italian
Russian
Swedish

Communicating allergies and dietary restrictions:

Traveling With Dietary Restrictions? Here’s How To Order Food Abroad

Let’s eat:

Around The World In 15 Breakfasts
Around The World In 17 Dough And Cheese Concoctions
7 Styles Of Barbecue From Around The World
Ice Cream Around The World: 7 Tasty Summer Treats
7 International Cheeses That Will Make Your Mouth Water
12 International Soup Recipes To Warm Your Soul

Raise a glass:

How To Order A Beer In 10 Different Languages
How To Say ‘Cheers!’ In 10 Languages
9 Refreshing Drinks From Around The World
Around The World In 19 Cups Of Tea
Why Is Sparkling Water All Over Europe?

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Jen Jordan
Jen leads the U.S. content team at the NYC Babbel office. Originally from Maine, she is an enthusiastic fan of the ocean, seafood, pie, fall weather and the Patriots. She studied French in high school, Russian and German in college, and would like to learn Spanish at some point.  Connect with her on twitter @jenastelli.
Jen leads the U.S. content team at the NYC Babbel office. Originally from Maine, she is an enthusiastic fan of the ocean, seafood, pie, fall weather and the Patriots. She studied French in high school, Russian and German in college, and would like to learn Spanish at some point.  Connect with her on twitter @jenastelli.

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