Learn 14 new languages with Babbel’s top-rated software, on sale for $179

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Learn Spanish, French, Italian, German and many more languages with Babbel, the No. 1 top-grossing language-learning app in the world.

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Just because learning a language is harder as an adult doesn’t mean you’re locked out of your chance. Babbel Language Learning has a lifetime subscription for all 14 of its languages, so you can learn at your own pace from expert instruction and artificial intelligence, and it’s going on sale early this Black Friday for $179 (normally $299). 

Babbel gives you the chance to learn any of 14 of the most-spoken languages in the world. Choose from Spanish, German, Italian, French, Portuguese, Swedish, Turkish, Dutch, Polish, Indonesian, Norwegian, Danish, Russian or English or bounce between multiple languages. You’ll be given multiple ways to learn at every level of fluency. You can practice with 10-15 minute bite-sized lessons that can fit into a lunch break. Those lessons cover basic language and real-life topics along with vocabulary you might encounter if you’re traveling, ordering at a restaurant or working. 

You can also use speech recognition technology to correct your pronunciation. It’s much harder to learn a language if you can’t hear it spoken back to you, so Babbel can correct you and set you on the path to sounding like a native speaker. You can even get your language education personalized to you with individual review sessions designed to reinforce what you’ve learned so it doesn’t fade away after a few days without constant use. Above all, Babbel lets you customize your language learning to your own schedule. You can learn at the pace that works for you, whether it’s racing your way to fluency or plodding along slowly picking up a word here and there. 

Get Babbel Language Learning: Lifetime Subscription (All Languages) while it’s marked down to $179 for Black Friday. Note: This coupon code is good through Dec. 5, 2021.

Prices subject to change.

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