Sarah Luisa Santos - Babbel Magazine
Articles by Sarah
“Hygge,” “gezelligheid” and “ikigai” — what do all these foreign cozy words mean? I’ll get into their background and some of the wisdom that these Dutch, Danish and Japanese words have to offer.
Have you ever experienced something sexist but didn’t have a word to pinpoint what it was? Fear not: we have a list of feminist words to help describe your experiences and empower you.
Learn these 14 Portuguese expressions from Brazil and you’ll be a step closer to understanding Brazilian humor (and the Brazilian way of life).
If you only learn 10 phrases in Portuguese before you go to Brazil, these slang terms are the ones to remember. You won’t be able to do much more than greet friends and order beers, but you’ll sound VERY local.
How is technology changing the way we learn? As pioneers in digital education, the Babbel team has some tips for using your apps wisely and living the digital nomad lifestyle.
Why do Brazilians use so many hand gestures? Is this an exclusively Brazilian habit? Here are 7 common Brazilian gestures that might not translate easily.