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David Doochin - Babbel Magazine

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David Doochin
David is a content producer for Babbel USA, where he writes for Babbel Magazine and oversees Babbel's presence on Quora. He’s a native of Nashville and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he studied linguistics and history. Before Babbel he worked at Quizlet and Atlas Obscura. A geek for grammar and an editorial enthusiast, he speaks Spanish (and dabbles in German, Dutch, Afrikaans and Italian). When he’s not curating his Instagram meme collection, you can find him spending too much money on food and exploring new cities around the world.
Articles by David
Un Día En Español 15: The Day El Sabino Fell

Un Día En Español 15: The Day El Sabino Fell

Ignacio’s 30th birthday celebration plans in Mexico City get unexpectedly uprooted.
German Basics: Resources For Language Learners

German Basics: Resources For Language Learners

Everything we’ve ever written about German, all in one place.
Un Día En Español 14: A Tormentous Hike

Un Día En Español 14: A Tormentous Hike

In this first episode of the new season of our podcast for Spanish beginners, Gissell describes a beautiful Costa Rican hike that doesn’t turn out to be as relaxing as expected.
Meet This Year’s Babbel Language Scholarship Winner

Meet This Year’s Babbel Language Scholarship Winner

We asked him about his life as a language student, from his favorite learning strategies to his most memorable challenges and triumphs.
Is It National Latinx Or Hispanic Heritage Month, And Why Does It Matter?

Is It National Latinx Or Hispanic Heritage Month, And Why Does It Matter?

Is it Hispanic Heritage, or Latinx Heritage? This debate might be the key to understanding and appreciating the month-long celebration.
Small Talk, Big World: Cracking The Art Of Chit-Chat Around The Globe

Small Talk, Big World: Cracking The Art Of Chit-Chat Around The Globe

How do you banter, yammer, palaver and blather your way around the world?
Multilinguish: The Brothers Grimm

Multilinguish: The Brothers Grimm

In this episode of Multilinguish, we dive into the Brothers Grimm and explore their linguistic legacy beyond their famous fairy tales.
Multilinguish: The World Of, Um, Filler Words

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.
The Culture Of Alone Time Around The World

The Culture Of Alone Time Around The World

There’s no shame in seeking a little solitude.