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.
Sharing Everything, Even Language: Stories Of Couples Learning For Love
Love makes us do crazy things. And not so crazy things, like learning a language.
Why Language Learning Should Be Your Top Resolution This Year
It’s not that weight loss is a bad goal. It’s just that you’re way more likely to stick to this one — and reap the many side benefits that go along with it.
Babbel Challenge Week 1: Find Your Community
This week, we kick off our Babbel New Year’s challenge by finding our language-learning community and making a commitment to our goals.
20 Reasons To Learn A Language In 2020
It’s time to make your resolutions, and you already know what we’re going to recommend.
Bilingual Celebrities: Famous People Who Speak More Than One Language
These bilingual celebrities, athletes, business leaders and politicians are great sources of inspiration for our language-learning pursuits.
19 Reasons To Learn A New Language In 2019
And if you’ve already made up your mind to learn another language in 2019, what are you waiting for? Skip to the end!
How Learning A Foreign Language Makes You Richer
Among the many benefits of learning a second language: cold, hard, cash.
Reboot Your Motivation For Learning In 7 Days: Join Us For Babbel7!
Rediscover your motivation this fall by joining Babbel7, our 7-day challenge guaranteed to jump-start your love for language learning and connect you with a supportive community of language enthusiasts.
Why You Shouldn’t Use Google Translate On Your Trip
Remove the training wheels and connect authentically. You’ll be happy you did.
6 Ways Knowing The Language Saves You Money When You Travel
Don’t be the next victim of the tourist tax. Knowing the language makes for a richer travel experience (and yes, that’s a double entendre).
Quiz: Discover Your True Motivation For Learning A New Language
When the initial buzz wears off, you’ll need a reason to keep going. Understanding your real motivation will be the key to following through on your language goals.