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Babbel adds Swedish and Brazilian Portuguese

Posted on March 16, 2010 by

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What do Brazil and Sweden have in common?

We’ve figured out that Portuguese and Swedish are two of the foreign languages that learners worldwide are most longing to study. So, today, we are launching new, full Courses in Swedish and Brazilian Portuguese. This makes seven languages in all at Babbel. As promised, Babbel continues to expand and improve, always adding new features and opportunities for learning in innovative ways. This is just one of the recent steps.

To celebrate the addition of these two new languages, we’ve also got a special coming up: Language Flex, the chance to dabble in all seven languages for less than what it costs to do just one.  This means you can explore different languages according to whim, switch back and forth as much or whenever you like.

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Very good… ;-)

“we’ve also got a special coming up: Language Flex”

is it still accessible?

Mike, the Language Flex was a limited time special offer and it’s not available anymore. If you are interested in learning multiple languages at Babbel you can contact sales@babbel.com, though.
Best,
markus

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