I took 3 years of French in high school. Needless to say that was, um, a few years ago! I was excited to try out Babbel and brush up on my French. I had so much fun and it was quite a task for my brain trying to pull those words from memory. But the more I did it the more my French came back! If you’re thinking of learning a new language this is a great way to learn it.
Babbel has been around since 2008 and has had 17 million users from 190 different countries. It’s been a number one download at the Windows, iTunes and Google Play store. Their primary learning objective is to get you into conversational language as quickly as possible. They do this with lots of interactive play and even some of the new learning innovations. They strive for content for everyday life and make it readily available and easily attainable for us. You can do it anywhere, on a train, in a car or at the doctors office. I enjoyed using it and will continue to use it to try to make my conversational French better. They also have Spanish, Danish, Dutch, German, Italian, Turkish, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Swedish and Indonesian. Check out my screenshots of me refreshing my French.
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I was given a month’s subscription to Babbel to facilitate the writing of this review. It did not affect my honest opinion of this product.