If one of your personal improvement goals during thewas to master a new language, there has never been a better time. And I don't think it's a good time because it looks like the new normal is to stay at home. At the moment language learning app This makes immersion in a foreign language more affordable than ever.
In CNET 's recent summary ofBabbel topped the list. Reviewer Shelby Brown said that Babbel's apps were most similar in summary to a traditional foreign language course in an online curriculum. The app has an encouraging minimalist layout and every lesson is bite-sized – just 15 minutes so you can integrate it into your busy workday.
Until August 9, Babbel offers a 50% discount on its subscriptions for six, twelve and 24 months. To get the offer, go to the website's offer page and turn the wheel of savings. Spoiler alert: it will always land at 50%. How the savings add up:
- 6 months: Regularly, you get $ 44.70 Babbel for $ 22.35 ($ 3.73 per month).
- 12 months: Regularly, you get $ 83.40 Babbel for $ 41.45 ($ 3.45 per month).
- 24 Months: Regularly receive $ 155.95 for Babbel for $ 77.90 ($ 3.25 per month).
There are over a dozen languages to choose from, including Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Russian, Norwegian, Dutch, Polish, Indonesian, Danish, Swedish and Turkish.
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