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This subscription grants you unlimited access to over 10,000 hours of high-quality training and the ability to choose up to 14 languages
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From enriching your trips abroad to enhancing your employment prospects, there are plenty of benefits that come with learning a new language, but far too many would-be language-learners give up on their goals because even some of the most popular apps rely on boring memorization tactics similar to what we endured back in high school.

Babbel Language Learning offers an innovative and enjoyable way to understand the languages you've always wanted to learn, and a lifetime subscription is available for over 60 percent off its usual price at $159.

Rather than focusing on boring vocabulary and memorization, Babbel is all about conversational training and preparing your to converse with native speakers, whether you come across them on vacation or during a major business deal with an overseas partner.

You'll be able to learn Spanish, French, Italian, German, and many more languages through instruction that's delivered by over 100 expert linguists, and Babbel breaks its lessons up into quick 10-15 minute exercises that can be done on your smartphone or tablet.

With a practical curriculum that's quick and accessible anywhere, it's easy to see why Babbel is the top-grossing language learning app in the world. Right now, you can get a lifetime subscription to Babbel for over 60% off its usual price at just $159.

Prices are subject to change.

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