Andrew Stoyanoff
Andrew Stoyanoff is a writer and editor based in Berlin, Germany.
Articles by Andrew

In drie weken een taal leren spreken met onze app

We hebben vijftien hardwerkende Babbelonians gevraagd om drie weken lang Spaans te leren met Babbel. Geen van hen had veel ervaring met het leren van een taal, en de meesten hadden niet veel tijd om een taal te leren. Hoe hebben ze het ervan afgebracht?
Which Language Should You Learn?

Which Language Should You Learn?

Want to learn a language but can’t decide which one? From understanding candlesticks to improving your personal style, here are a few unconventional ideas to help you narrow the field.
How Our App Gets You Speaking A Language In 3 Weeks

How Our App Gets You Speaking A Language In 3 Weeks

We asked 15 of our hardest working Babbelonians to start learning Spanish with Babbel for 3 weeks. None were expert learners, and few had much free time to dedicate to language learning. So how did they do?
9 Essential Austrian German Words For A Night Out In Vienna

9 Essential Austrian German Words For A Night Out In Vienna

Vienna. It’s been on your bucket list for a while now. With its immaculate architecture, picturesque parks and rich musical tradition, it’s bound to satisfy even the hardest-to-impress tourist (which, in fact, you are). After months of planning and saving (and paying down some seriously overdue student loans), you and some friends — we’ll call […]
The 9 Best German Words You Don’t Know

The 9 Best German Words You Don’t Know

Jiminy Cricket! Balderdash! Humbug! Every language has its share of old-timey words and expressions, and German is no exception. Here we take a look at some of our very favorite vintage German words.
5 Ways You Miss Out When You Only Speak One Language

5 Ways You Miss Out When You Only Speak One Language

Jumpstart your love life, make mom proud, and learn how to handle snarky waiters — knowing a second language offers more benefits than you might think. Here are five ways you miss out when you only speak one language.