War Brides: The Oral Histories Of The Military Spouses Who Took A Chance On America
In commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, Babbel presents the stories of the women who won the hearts of U.S. soldiers and came to America for love.
How My Trilingual Baby Renewed My Faith In Language Learning
What’s it like to raise a child speaking three languages? Blogger Errol takes us through her joys and challenges, and how it reignited her love of language learning.
‘Orange Is The New Black’ Star Jessica Pimentel On Learning Swedish For Love
Our conversation about learning Swedish for her partner, language challenges on the OITNB set and singing in metal bands.
Sharing Everything, Even Language: Stories Of Couples Learning For Love
Love makes us do crazy things. And not so crazy things, like learning a language.
Love, Culture And Other Languages: Differences In Romance Across Europe
In case you hadn’t noticed, Valentine’s Day is here. To celebrate the quirks and joys of pan-European dating, here’s an investigative deep dive into the cultural differences in love and relationships across the continent.
Bilingual Jobs: How Singers Use Language To Make Music Global
We speak with two musicians: one who sings in more than one language, and one who’s studying languages to connect with her fans.
The Highs And Lows Of Teaching English In The Middle East
What’s it like teaching English to children in the United Arab Emirates? I spoke to several teachers to find out about their lives and how teaching here compares to teaching back home.
Learning For Love: How One Man Learned Spanish For His Son’s Wedding
How did one Brit learn Spanish for his son’s wedding to a Spanish woman? With a lot of love, and a little help from Babbel.
6 Questions With Dothraki Creator David J. Peterson
We chatted about creating, deconstructing and learning languages with the conlanger who invented the fictional languages you hear in ‘Game of Thrones.’
The Rise Of Y’all And The Quest For A Second-Person Plural Pronoun
While traditionally associated with southern American dialects, “y’all” isn’t confined to a singular geographic region.
Third Culture Kids: Love, Loss And Learning When You’re Culturally In Between
When you’re not exactly a member of your parents’ culture (but not exactly a member of the local culture where you live), your relationship to yourself — and to the entire world — is different.
Where Did OK Come From, And Why Is It So Ubiquitous?
You probably use OK every day, but do you know what it stands for?