The Babbel Guide To Solo Female/LGBTQ Travel
We spoke to a handful of travel bloggers who have been there and done that (so you can too). Oh, and we translated some of the phrases you might need while you’re there.
The Origins Of 10 Space Terms That Are Out Of This World
Words like “nebula,” “galaxy” and “cosmos” can summon up lots of romantic images of space exploration, but where did these terms come from in the first place?
Why Is Latin So F$%&ing Hard To Learn?
We rounded up some Latin class alumni to try to find out why Latin is hard to learn and whether or not it’s ultimately worth it.
How To Name And Pronounce Colors In Dutch
Roses are rood, violets are blauw; if you can’t yet say the names of the rest of the colors, you’re about to learn how.
How To Ask For The Check In 10 Languages
This guide won’t tell you how to split a birthday dinner tab between 12 people without wanting to flip the table in frustration, but at least you’ll be able to get your server’s attention.
How To Order A Beer In 10 Different Languages
Okay, first things first. Where can a person get a beer around here?
How Christian Missionaries Created The Largest Language Database In The World
Christians went from being very translation-averse to the most prolific translators around.
Why You Shouldn’t Use Google Translate On Your Trip
Remove the training wheels and connect authentically. You’ll be happy you did.
10 Of The Most Translated Books In The World
Unsurprisingly, children’s books and fairy tales dominate the list.
The Babbel Guide To Solo Female/LGBTQ Travel: How To … In 9 Different Languages
In part 3 of the Babbel guide to solo female/LGBTQ travel, we translate some of the phrases you might need while you’re traveling.
11 Dog Phrases You’ll Need For Your Trip To The Park
Do you even dog? Quit it with the ‘good boy’ nonsense and learn to meet your doggo on his own turf.
How To Say ‘Cheers!’ In 10 Languages
Avoid seven years of bad luck, and some social awkwardness, by learning how to toast all over the world.
4 Sci-Fi Universal Translators And 1 Possibly Real One
Science fiction reveals a lot about how we imagine the future of communication, especially in a time when the future seems to be happening right now.