Learning a New Language with Babbel.com Review

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Disclosure:  I was given a 3 month trial of Babbel in order to facilitate my review. All opinions are my own.**

Learning a New Language with Babbel.com Review

I have always wanted to learn a new language. When I was in high school I picked Latin as it was easy in my mind to learn a language that I didn’t have to speak.  I think it was because I was more shy back then and didn’t want to have to speak in front of the other kids.

When I was offered to try out Babbel I wanted to try to figure out what language I would enjoy learning.  My husband was stationed in Germany for 8 years before we were married, so I figured that it would be a language he could possibly guide me with if needed. So the course I took was German.

Babbel is really awesome.  The lessons help slowly guide you step by step.  I was able to be taught, then practice and if I made a mistake I had to option to try again.  I think Babbel would be wonderful for a student taking a language in high school to practice.  It is like one on one tutoring but on your own schedule.

When you start the first section is review.  This guides you through what you will be learning in the lessons. I have outlined the process/steps below:

  • Beginner’s Courses
  • Intermediate Courses
  • Grammar
  • Business German
  • Listening and Speaking
  • Countries and Traditions
  • Words and Sentences

It is just incredible all that Babbel offers in learning a language.  You can choose from the following languages.

  • Danish
  • Dutch
  • English
  • French
  • Indonesian
  • Italian
  • Norwegian
  • Polish
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish
  • Russian
  • Swedish
  • Turkish
  • German

With 4 choices of payment plans, you will get full access to all you need for your course. Their courses are developed by linguists, authors, native speakers, software developers and designers. They understand that a language is more than an academic subject – it’s a communication tool which gives you access to another world. Get a real sense for another language and start using it immediately.

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Enjoy Babbel today! and start learning that language that you always wished you were able to. Because now you can!

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  • I wouldn’t mind learning some Italian I am Italian as well. I also watch this show Switched at Birth and ever since then I always wanted to learn sign language that must be really hard, but really neat.

    • Oh my cousin’s wife is Italian and they met in Italy when he was in the military. I have also watched Switched at Birth and it has made me want to learn also. My daughter took sign language her junior and senior year in highschool and loved it.

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