Language is constantly evolving, and the future promises even more changes. Fortunately, it's never been easier to learn a new language with Babbel, and right now, for an early Black Friday Sale, you can lock in a lifetime subscription for this top-rated app at just $179 (reg. $499) for a limited time.
A Language Institution
First launched in 2008, Babbel has become an institution for language learners around the world. It has 4.5 out of 5 stars across more than half a million reviews and ratings on Google Play, and 4.6 out of 5 stars with nearly 200,000 reviews and ratings on the Apple App Store. Fast Company has praised it as the most innovative company in education and hailed by PCMag for its "high-quality self-paced courses." And the design of those courses is the root of all that acclaim.
Babbel is structured around practical, real-life topics, like travel, shopping, food, and other shared experiences. Each lesson across the 14 different languages offered by the app is broken into 10-to-15 minute lessons, so you can pack some learning into a coffee break or after work.
Each lesson is also built around immersion and native speakers. You'll learn from people with your preferred language as their primary language, while pairing those lessons with advanced speech recognition technology to help you maintain pronunciation.
Those tools also fine-tune your review lessons, so you can focus on the areas where you have the most to learn. As you pick up new vocabulary, and as you advance, you'll naturally progress towards more complex lessons about grammar and day-to-day speaking. It'll even synchronize across your devices while maintaining offline lessons, so you can practice even without a signal, and then keep your progress.
Get the Babbel Language Learning Lifetime Subscription (All Languages) for $179 (reg. $499) during our early Black Friday Sale.
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