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Learning a new language is hard, even in the best of times when you can travel, immerse yourself in the culture and surround yourself with native speakers. That’s why, if you’re looking to add a second (or third, or fourth) tongue to your repertoire, consider the Babbel app, . Designed by over 100 expert linguists, this subscription will help you learn, practice and retain languages from all over the world.
A lifetime membership with Babbel grants you unlimited access to all 14 of the languages in its library. You’ll learn how to speak and understand a new language alongside millions of other users. After your first month, you’ll be able to cover practical topics like transportation, shopping and dining.
Reaching fluency is a process, and Babbel will guide you through each stage, from discovering new words to personalized review sessions that ensure you internalize what you’ve learned. The app’s speech recognition software will help you with pronunciation, and it also features various skill levels that adjust to meet your language abilities.
Babbel is one of the, with over 10 million users worldwide, half a million 4.5-star reviews on the Google Play Store and another 183 thousand at 4.6 stars on the Apple App Store. Not only is it beloved by users, but professional reviewers from outlets like The Economist and PCMag praised the service for its focus on practical skills, self-paced courses and its attention to education over memorization.
With this deal, new users will get lifetime access to expert instruction in every language Babbel offers. That means you have more than enough time to learn and retain fluency in any language you choose, or focus on practical conversational skills that will help you get the most out of your travels and cultural explorations.
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