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Why do we love reading?

Often parents repeat to their child: "Read more books, be smart." But the mere increase of intelligence, though it is a lot, give us books. It is quite natural that people absorbed knowledge from books by reading, it automatically improves their literacy. But you can write correctly, just knowing the rules of writing, and finding information in other sources. So why spend hours of precious time on reading books? What else can we learn from them for yourself? Books teach human empathy. Reading it, we feel a unity with the characters of the book, we worry about them as the closest and dearest people to us, as for himself. Beautifully illustrated book brings us a sense of aesthetics. We can compare your vision of what is happening with the illustration of the artist, to perform, to note nuances and to draw conclusions. Reading aloud works great on diction. Does not require any additional exercise, if you just regularly read aloud. It contributes to the development of oratory. Discipline yourself to take notes. That'll teach you to identify the main and secondary swing thoughts. You will learn how to correctly isolate all important, I wanted to say to you. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit. Sapiente voluptatem distinctio neque, a, id debitis tenetur aspernatur? Natus, voluptate alias.

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