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Babbel Language Learning: Lifetime Subscription (All Languages)

Learn 14 Languages & Access More Than 10,000 Hours of High-Quality Language Education Online

Hey fellow geeks,

This week, on our JCG Deals store, we have another extreme offer. We are offering a massive 65% off on Babbel Language Learning: Lifetime Subscription (All Languages). Get it now with only $179 instead of the original price of $499.

Learn Spanish, French, Italian, German, and many more languages with Babbel, the #1 top-grossing language-learning app in the world. Developed by over 100 expert linguists, Babbel is helping millions of people speak and understand a new language quickly, and with confidence. After just one month, you will be able to speak confidently about practical topics, such as transportation, dining, shopping, directions, making friends, and much more!

Learning a second language has a wide array of benefits. For college graduates in the US, fluency in a foreign language other than English led to an average salary increase of 2%. Aside from that, being able to communicate with people in all kinds of different cultures can add value to your life and allow you to experience the world in a whole new way. Learning a new language can also help you professionally, as the world of business is an international one, and having that ability can help you get ahead of the competition among other candidates.

Having a lifetime subscription to Babbel means you can brush up on your skills or learn an additional language any time you want – forever. This course includes

  • lifetime access to learn all 14 languages
  • Practice with 10-15 minute bite-sized lessons that fit conveniently into your schedule
  • Cover a wide range of useful real-life topics, from travel to family, business, food & more
  • Use speech recognition technology to keep your pronunciation on point
  • Learn at a variety of skill levels, from beginner to advanced
  • Get personalized review sessions to reinforce what you learn so it really sticks
  • Study whenever & wherever you want and your progress will be synchronized across your devices
  • New Babbel Account Users ONLY
  • For USA customers only
  • Use offline mode to access courses, lessons & review items when not on Wi-Fi—just download them beforehand
  • Languages Available: Spanish, German, Italian, French, Portuguese, Swedish, Turkish, Dutch, Polish, Indonesian, Norwegian, Danish, Russian, English
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Edward Heavy
5 months ago

I can prove that learning foreign languages is a necessity nowadays, especially if you’re planning to visit other countries. Not everyone in the world knows English, unfortunately, and it was a problem in Russia for me. I thought I’ll have a problem with my russian visa application, but I managed to get a visa, and then I felt way more lost than anywhere in the world because I didn’t know the language. But then, I got used to it, and I started talking to people using translation apps.