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3 Best Books On Linguistics

Discover a wide range of books on linguistics, covering various topics like syntax, phonetics, and semantics. Enhance your linguistic knowledge today!


Neuro-Linguistic Programming for Dummies

by Romilla Ready, Kate Burton

4.5 (241 reviews)

What is Neuro-Linguistic Programming for Dummies about?

This book is a comprehensive guide to understanding and applying Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). It offers practical techniques and strategies to improve communication, overcome limitations, and achieve personal and professional success. With clear explanations and step-by-step instructions, the authors provide readers with the tools to reprogram their minds, enhance relationships, and achieve their goals. Whether you're new to NLP or looking to deepen your understanding, this book is a valuable resource for anyone interested in personal development and effective communication.

Who should read Neuro-Linguistic Programming for Dummies

  • Individuals interested in understanding and applying neuro-linguistic programming techniques.

  • Beginners seeking a comprehensive guide to neuro-linguistic programming principles.

  • Anyone looking to improve communication skills and personal development.


Because Internet

by Gretchen McCulloch

4.4 (811 reviews)

What is Because Internet about?

In this insightful book, the author explores the fascinating evolution of language in the digital age. From emojis to memes, Gretchen McCulloch delves into the impact of internet communication on our linguistic norms. With a blend of linguistic analysis and personal anecdotes, she uncovers the new rules and nuances that shape our online conversations. "Because Internet" is a captivating exploration of how language adapts and thrives in the ever-changing digital landscape.

Who should read Because Internet

  • Language enthusiasts seeking to explore the impact of internet communication.

  • Linguistics students and researchers interested in digital language evolution.

  • Social media users curious about the influence of internet language.


The Story of Human Language

by Dr. John McWhorter, Ph.D.

3.9 (35 reviews)

What is The Story of Human Language about?

In this captivating exploration, a renowned linguist delves into the fascinating evolution of human language. Dr. John McWhorter, Ph.D., takes readers on a journey through time, unraveling the origins, development, and diversity of languages spoken by humans across the globe. With engaging anecdotes and insightful analysis, this book offers a comprehensive understanding of how language shapes our world and reflects the intricacies of human communication.

Who should read The Story of Human Language

  • Linguistics enthusiasts seeking a comprehensive exploration of human language.

  • Students studying linguistics or language-related fields looking for a foundational text.

  • Curious individuals interested in the evolution and diversity of human language.