It’s time to start traveling again, so make sure that you know the language wherever you go with a lifetime subscription to Babbel.
After nearly two years of putting travel on the back burner, you’re probably ready to finally indulge your wanderlust. Whether for business or pleasure, most of us are itching to see the world again. But while you’re planning all your future trips, why not spend some time learning to speak the language before you leave, too? With Babbel Language Learning on sale for its best price ever until March 15, now’s a great time to do it.
Founded in 2007, Babbel is the world’s top-grossing language learning app today, with more than 10 million users worldwide. It’s also one of the most accoladed, with 4.5 stars on the Google Play Store, 4.6 stars on the App Store, and winner of Fast Company’s “most innovative company in education” in 2016. The Next Web has also called it “one of the stalwarts of the online language-learning sphere.”
Designed by more than 100 expert linguists, Babbel is meant to teach you a new language through bite-sized lessons that focus on practical vocabulary. You’ll focus on real-life topics like travel, family, business, dining and more in 10-15 minute lessons that fit conveniently into your schedule. You can learn at a variety of skill levels, sync your progress across all of your devices, and even work offline by downloading course materials before you know you’ll be off the grid. Babbel’s speech recognition tech and personalized review sessions help you reinforce your learning so you can at least be conversational in one of the 14 available languages in as little as a month.
Plus, with this limited-time deal, you’ll also get five entries for a chance to win flights for two to anywhere (up to a $5,000 value). So, not only will you be able to learn 14 different languages, you might just be able to pick where you want to go for free.
Get out and see the world. Until March 15, you can get a lifetime subscription to Babbel Language Learning as well as five chances to win free airfare for just $199 (normally $499).
Prices are subject to change.
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