User Survey 2016

Babbel surveyed its users to get an idea of how and why they learn new languages.
January 19, 2016
User Survey 2016
We surveyed nearly 45,000 Babbel users (or 44,584, to be precise) in order to find out how and why they learn. Here’s a handy overview of what we found out.
(Download the full report here.)
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Global overview

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How do our reasons for learning a language change as we get older?

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Each line represents a different motivation for learning a language. Together, they give a sense of how our reasons for learning a language might change throughout a lifetime.
Download the full report here.

 

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We are a team of more than 750 people from over 50 nations with a shared passion for languages. From our offices in Berlin and New York, we help people discover the joys of self-directed language learning. We currently offer 14 different languages — from Spanish to Indonesian — that millions of active subscribers choose to learn.
We are a team of more than 750 people from over 50 nations with a shared passion for languages. From our offices in Berlin and New York, we help people discover the joys of self-directed language learning. We currently offer 14 different languages — from Spanish to Indonesian — that millions of active subscribers choose to learn.

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