Babbel wants to get you ready to travel again.
These days, we’re all right at that starting line, sneakers on, sweatbands at the ready, waiting for the starting gun. Soon we’ll be able to unearth our suitcases (remember those?), dig out those travel-size bottles, and start booking trips again.
In the meantime, dust off those high school language skills — or learn something new — with Babbel’s Hello World Sale. They’re offering 35-60% off their language subscription packages, with the discount increasing based on the length of the subscription. Check it out soon though, the sale ends tonight at 11:59 p.m.
Your Babbel subscription gives you “full access to all courses and levels in the language you selected. This includes progressive lessons from Newcomer level upwards, and also supplementary lessons on a wide range of topics including culture, useful vacation phrases, grammar, and more.”
You’ll also have the ability to store the words and lessons you’ve completed with their review feature and to access your subscription across multiple devices.
Babbel has over 150 linguists, language teachers, polyglots, instructional designers, editors, and researchers working on their team. These experts tailor each course to your native language because we know that the needs of an English speaker learning Spanish will be very different from a French speaker learning Spanish. They also ensure that all 100,000 hours of learning content is voiced by native speakers so that you’re learning the language correctly from Day 1.
I can’t be alone in having sworn up and down to take full advantage of the pandemic by learning two languages and taking up competitive heavy metal knitting ... then not following through on any of it. Now there’s a new motivation — travel — and it just might do the trick.
What language will you pick up? Tell us in the comments.
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