Learning With Music: Babbel’s Beginner German Playlist
Listen to German music and learn more about each song’s pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary specifics with our guided playlist.
How To Talk About Transportation In German
Transportation can be one of the trickiest things to figure out when you’re in a new country, so make sure to prepare ahead of time!
Quiz: Do You Know The Colors In German?
Can you tell the difference between ‘rot’ and ‘blau’? Take this fun German colors quiz to test your knowledge!
The 20 Most Common Adjectives In German
Whether something is alt or neu, groß or klein, learning the most common adjectives in German will help you describe it. We’re here to get you started!
How To Name And Pronounce Colors In German
Roses are rot, violets are blau; here’s a guide to master German colors right now! Here’s an overview of all the colors in der Regenbogen (the rainbow).
How To Tackle Silent Letters In Just About Any Language
Now you say it, now you don’t. Silent letters can trip you up when you’re learning a new language, but you don’t have to go in blindly.
12 German Words That Don’t Mean What You Think They Do
German and English share common roots, but there are tons of false cognates you’ll need to sidestep if you want to avoid embarrassment. Here are 12 of the most amusing (and kinda NSFW) German false friends.
Vacation Cheat Sheet: 20 German Phrases You Need To Know
Make the most of your upcoming trip to Germany by focusing on these German phrases ahead of your flight abroad.
Songs To Learn By: A German Playlist For Music-Lovers Of All Kinds
Between yesteryear’s polka and today’s techno, there’s great German music you can sing along to when you’re learning the language.
How To Offer A Warm Welcome In German
No matter where you are in the German-speaking world, who you are talking to and what time of day it is — learn the most suitable German greeting for your needs.
Hallo, And 17 Other Ways To Say Hello In German
Learn the different ways to say “hello” in the German language. You’ll fit right in regardless of where you are in the country, and you’ll master the meaning of the little two-letter salutatory conundrum “na.”
Top Tricks For Der, Die And Das: Navigating The German Articles
Confused by the German articles? Unsure whether you should be saying der, die or das? Read on to discover some tips to enhance your German language.
9 Of The Best Compound German Words And How To Use Them
What do you get if you stick a pig and a dog together? A pigdog, of course. But why is he so intent on stopping you from doing your tax return?