Multilinguish: Talking To Animals
A look at the stunning complexity of animal language and our ability to communicate with our non-human friends.
“Sie” And “Du”: How To Use Them And Avoid A German Faux Pas
Whether it’s with your in-laws or in the workplace, making the switch from the ‘Sie’ form of address to ‘Du’ is an age-old German dilemma. Here’s how I figured it out.
What’s a Tandem Partner And How Should I Get One?
Simply put, a tandem partner speaks the language you want to practice, and seeks to practice the language you speak. Here’s my advice for finding one.
5 Things You Can Only Learn With Live Language Classes
App-based learning is more popular and accessible than ever, but sometimes, live classes can really hit the spot.
What’s The Difference Between Britain, England And The UK?
To the uninitiated, terms like “British” and “English” might seem interchangeable, but they are not.
8 Little, Unexpected Benefits Of Learning A Language
From talking to loved ones in their native language, to improving mental health, here are eight proven benefits of learning a language.
What Is A Coup, Exactly?
Also, what exactly is the difference between a coup, an insurrection, and sedition? There are many terms that fall under the broad label of ‘overthrowing the government,’ but words don’t all mean the same thing.
What Are Fossil Words, And What Are Some Examples?
Sometimes words only live in very specific circumstances.
Introducing ‘Speaking Of Berlin’: Our Latest Podcast For German Learners
Follow language expert Ted as he introduces you to the city that we at Babbel call home, while helping you learn and improve your German along the way.
4 Reasons Why 10 Million People Chose To Learn A New Language With Babbel
In 2020, Babbel reached 10 million subscribers! Here are 4 reasons why so many people have turned to Babbel to meet their language learning needs
Multilinguish: The World Of, Um, Filler Words
In this episode of Multilinguish, we explore how filler words in the world’s languages are more than just linguistic fluffery.