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How To Compliment Someone In German

How To Compliment Someone In German

Here’s a primer on spreading good (gut?) vibes in German.
8 Games That Will Help You Learn A New Language

8 Games That Will Help You Learn A New Language

Whether you’re a board game afficionado or don’t know Monopoly from Clue, we rounded up five language games to help you learn a language.
5 Very Good, Very Specific Tips To Learn Dutch

5 Very Good, Very Specific Tips To Learn Dutch

You want to improve your Dutch but you don’t know how? Let’s have a look at some advice that will help you out!
A Guide To The Most Common Brazilian And Portuguese Phrases

A Guide To The Most Common Brazilian And Portuguese Phrases

Let’s dive into some idioms and proverbs that will help you make your Portuguese sound more authentic.
Hot Tip: Pronouncing The French ‘E’

Hot Tip: Pronouncing The French ‘E’

One vowel, so many diacritical marks.
5 Very Good, Very Specific Tips To Learn Polish

5 Very Good, Very Specific Tips To Learn Polish

Are you looking for some greats tips for learning Polish? Look no further, one of Babbel’s in-house language experts spills her best advice.
Hot Tip: Mastering Italian Auxiliary Verbs

Hot Tip: Mastering Italian Auxiliary Verbs

When in doubt, here are four simple rules for when you need to use the verb ‘essere.’
Spanish Letters: How To Pronounce X, Or La Equis

Spanish Letters: How To Pronounce X, Or La Equis

Discover the history hidden behind one of the most mysterious letters in the Spanish alphabet.
Conversation Guide: How To Introduce Yourself In Spanish

Conversation Guide: How To Introduce Yourself In Spanish

There’s a big, wide world of conversation waiting for you. But first, you need to get past “hello.”
5 Very Good, Very Specific Tips To Learn Norwegian

5 Very Good, Very Specific Tips To Learn Norwegian

No language learning is entirely effortless, but there are ways to make it easier.
How To Speak Australian

How To Speak Australian

It’s not all ‘brekkie’ and ‘barbie.’ To speak like a true Australian, you have to learn to stop being such a wanker first.
Hot Tip: Differentiating Ing Vs Ed In English Adjectives

Hot Tip: Differentiating Ing Vs Ed In English Adjectives

There’s a difference between being “interesting” and “interested.”
5 Very Good, Very Specific Tips To Learn Russian

5 Very Good, Very Specific Tips To Learn Russian

Why is a Russian O sometimes pronounced like [a], how do you roll a Russian R, and which false friends should you look out for?
How To Compliment Someone In French

How To Compliment Someone In French

For when someone has that certain je ne sais quoi.