So you want to speak a new language and you’ve seen ads for Babbel, but you’re not entirely sure what it is or how it works? Let’s clear that up. The Babbel Method for teaching languages is easy, effective and designed to get you speaking right away. Let’s break it down.
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Babbel Is For Real Life
One of the main features that sets Babbel apart is that each of our 10 to 15-minute interactive lessons introduces practical words and phrases that you will actually use in real life. We focus on conversational language — not random vocabulary — and guide you along with audio by native speakers paired with speech recognition technology. With grammar and culture tips too, you’ll be feeling confident in a new language quickly.
Babbel Is Flexible
With Babbel, you can learn when you want and how you want. In addition to lessons on the app, we offer games, podcasts, Live lessons and more that fit into your schedule. You can also refresh your memory with our review manager, which is personalized to focus on the words and phrases you need to work on most. With all these different tools, it will be easy to make Babbel a part of your daily routine.
Babbel Is Proven
Best of all, Babbel is proven to be effective. Academics at Yale University, City University of New York and Michigan State University have all found the Babbel Method to be an effective way of learning a new language. The Yale Study found that 100 percent of Babbel learners improved their oral efficiency over three months. It’s no surprise, then, that millions of people have chosen to learn a new language with Babbel.
Want to learn more? Watch the video above to learn more about how Babbel helps you speak a new language with confidence, or click below to get started with Babbel.