Bilingual Jobs: How Singers Use Language To Make Music Global
We speak with two musicians: one who sings in more than one language, and one who’s studying languages to connect with her fans.
Babbel 30-Day Challenge Week 3: Listening
For the third week of the challenge, we’ll help you build your listening comprehension skills in the language you’re learning.
International Music Festivals: Rhythm Around The World
Wave your lighter in the air like you just don’t care.
Learning With Music: Babbel’s Swedish Playlist
Whistle while you work on learning a new language with our beginner Swedish playlist!
Learning With Music: Babbel’s Beginner Spanish Playlist
Check out our playlist, and follow along with our guide to pick up some language and cultural tips!
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.
7 Popular English Songs That Were Originally Performed In Other Languages
Did you know ‘My Way’ and ‘Beyond the Sea’ were originally performed in a language other than English?
Babbel7 Day 6: Turn On, Tune In, Keep Learning
Immersing yourself in a language is one of the best ways to improve your listening comprehension, and you don’t even have to leave home to do it.
5 Best German Podcasts For Language Learners
Whether you’re just starting out or have been speaking German for years, one of these German podcasts is sure to keep you entertained and informed.
The 7 Foreign-Language Songs That Have Topped The US Charts
The Billboard Hot 100 has kept track of the top songs in the United States for over 60 years, but rarely does a foreign-language song make it to number one.
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.
9 Songs With Incorrect Grammar (& How To Make Them Better)
Be it funky faux pas or catchy clangers, popular music is littered with all sorts of grammatical gaffes. Should the rules be abandoned for the sake of art?