Why Do Some Languages Have A Formal ‘You’?
In Spanish it’s ‘tú’ and ‘usted,’ in French ‘tu’ and ‘vous,’ and that’s just the start.
All In The Language Family: The Celtic Languages
The Celtic languages are pretty much only found in the British Isles today, but were at one point spoken throughout Europe.
What Are The Most Spoken Languages In The U.S.?
Exploring America’s most common languages and the geography and culture of the people who speak them.
Taboo Words And Why We Use Them
Whether you know it or not, your vocabulary is filled with taboo-avoiding words and phrases.
All In The Language Family: The Altaic Languages
Are the Altaic languages all part of one big language family? It’s complicated.
The Nuances Of Spanish Dialects Around The Globe
Spanish is spoken by over 500 million people and is the official language of 20 different countries. With all of these speakers, there are bound to be differences! Here’s how to keep them all straight.
How To Tell The Time In Swedish
Learn how to ask what time it is, along with other useful expressions involving time.
All In The Language Family: The Baltic Languages
So it turns out that the Baltic languages aren’t just all the languages bordering the Baltic Sea. Here’s what they really are.
German Basics: Resources For Language Learners
Everything we’ve ever written about German, all in one place.
Introducing Multilinguish: The Language Podcast From Babbel
Not multilingual, but language-curious? Explore how language connects us all in Multilinguish, the new podcast from the content team at Babbel.
All In The Language Family: The Semitic Languages
What are the Semitic languages, and what languages belong to this family? We cover that and more down below.