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Save over $150 on a lifetime to Babbel language learning

This award-winning platform grants you unlimited access to over 10,000 hours of instruction spanning 14 languages.
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August 14, 2019
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It has been proven time and time again that learning a new language is one of the most effective ways to keep your mind active and healthy, and of course it also makes traveling to your favorite foreign destinations far more enjoyable.

But most language-learning platforms rely on boring and monotonous memorization exercises that dissuade people from reaching their goals. Babbel, on the other hand, lets you learn the language of your choice through fun an intuitive exercises, and a lifetime subscription is available for over 50 percent off at just $127 with code GDGT15 at checkout.

Also available in 1- and 2-year subscriptions, this award-winning language-learning platform grants you unlimited access to over 10,000 hours of instruction that spans 14 languages.

You'll be able to practice with 10-15 minute bite-sized lessons that fit conveniently into your schedule, learn about a wide range of useful real-life topics ranging from travel and family to business and food and use speech recognition technology to keep your pronunciation on point.

You'll even have access to personalized review sessions to reinforce what you've learned.

Stop dragging your feet and learn the languages you've always wanted to learn with a lifetime subscription to Babbel for just $127 with code GDGT15, saving over $150.

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