People who read books are nicer than those who don’t, study finds.

People often think that, yes, books make you smarter but at the same time people who read a lot struggle when it comes to social relationships. A new study reveals that this is not true. In fact, reading could actually make you a kinder, more empathetic person. It also makes you act in a socially acceptable manner.

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50 Of The World’s Most Translated Books.

Great books are never bound by the languages they are written in. They travel through languages, spaces, and cultures, and that’s what makes a great book.

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Great books are never bound by the languages they are written in. They travel through languages, spaces, and cultures, and that’s what makes a great book. To celebrate World Book Day, The Translation Company shed light on 50 of the world’s most translated books. Better yet, they put that into an infographic. We brought it here to you and we wish it interests you. 

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8 Books Everyone Into Languages Should Read.

When you want to decide on what to read in language and linguistics, it is never easy to pick a reading list; there are just so many books out there under the label of linguistics, especially that publications in linguistics have been growing like wildfire in the last couple of decades. So with your limited time and the unlimited number of books, it is always wise to make some research beforehand on what exactly you want to read. There is a lot to choose from, and the best book will depend on what you are specifically interested in. This is why we at The Language Nerds compiled a list of linguistics books that will entertain the novice and the expert alike. Here are some places to start: 

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