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If the weekend or any time off equals a reason to travel for you, then eventually you’ll find a destination you adore so much that talking to its residents in broken English, won’t be enough (particularly if you’re a talker) and at that point, you just might decide to learn the language.

For me it was Portuguese and the destination was probably one of my favorite European cities –  Lisbon.

I choose Babbel because it’s one of the most affordable, language learning tools on the market. It is well structured, accessible (web and mobile apps) and unlike so many other language apps out there, allows you to hit the ground running in terms of conversation starter moments, in a  fun and engaging way.

Languages You Can Learn

Danish, Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish.

Tailored To You

To create a better user experience, you undertake a quick survey, which identifies your preferences and enables your course to be personalized to your specific needs. Before you take the plunge and pay for a course, I’d suggest you ‘sample’ a free trial lesson.

Lesson Format

The content and structure are easy to understand – courses that contain lessons, which are engaging, comprehensive and perfect for both the beginner and intermediate language student.

You are given the opportunity to go back and re-do any exercises you may have got wrong the first time around, which is a useful way of you being able to track your language skills progress.

For someone like myself with the attention span of an ant, the bite-size lessons were just about brief enough to keep my attention and make me ready to take on language basics like introducing myself, asking for directions and ordering food.

Overall I’m enjoying my Babbel experience, which is enhanced by the fact that I can control the pace at which I learn and the time in which I do it.

Convenience

Having access to a top quality language learning app that allows you to study whenever and wherever you want, is invaluable whether you are a business traveler or on vacation eager to practice your language skills.

Your progress is synced across all devices, which means whenever you log in on one of your devices, you’ll know where to pick up from the previous lesson.

Stick To The Language Plan

Before you go through yet another gym membership moment, where you pay for something, then somehow don’t end up using it, I would suggest you try the Babbel free trial lesson, which will give you a feel for the course before you subscribe to it.

How Much Is Babbel ?

I’d love the say that Babbel is free (I know, I always have my eyes peeled for a freebie), but of course it’s not – well actually, it is free to download the app and register; but if you want to unlock the entire content of your chosen course you have to pay, which you do via subscription.

Babbel sells subscription memberships for one year ($83.40), six months ($44.70), three months ($26.85), and one month ($12.95).

Once you have a paid subscription, you are granted unlimited access to the language program you choose on both the website and mobile apps.

So What Are You Waiting For ? CLICK here to start your language journey.

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