The Most Translated Books of the World

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Books, what would we do without them? Obviously in this day and age, we need books; whether digital or a physical, we need them and probably always will. It’s how we pass knowledge or tell a tale; I just can’t imagine a world without books.

With that said, I want to introduce you to Preply. Preply is an online educational platform that pairs students with private tutors. They also released a report on The Most Translated Books in the World. They have compared 195 countries and researched the most translated book produced
by an author from each country. You can just imagine how daunting this task might have been with all the books ever published and translated in the world. In their quest to compile this list, they decided to omit religious texts and countries with titles that translated less than 5 times.

They have maps from every continent such as North America,

Europe,

Asia, and Africa.

I think its safe to say, “They did a great job!”. If you’d like to learn more about it, you can visit their site here: https://preply.com/en/d/most-translated-books–lp.

So whatever county and from whatever continent (including the whole world), Preply has you covered.

And speaking of Preply, … From August 16th to October 24th, Preply is giving away a year of free lessons to 5 lucky winners. It’s easy to participate. Every lesson you take = 1 entry. The more lessons you take, the more chances you have to win. They randomly draw a new winner every 2 weeks. If you would like to see more info about that, then click here to follow the link: https://preply.com/en/blog/win-100-hours/.

The dates that they will be drawing are as follows:

  • August 30, 2021
  • September 13, 2021
  • September 27, 2021
  • October 11, 2021
  • October 25, 2021

I wish you luck…

 

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دانلود آهنگ
9 months ago

hi its so helpfull

Tara Pittman
9 months ago

That is awesome that they can translate books. That way everyone can enjoy reading

Myrah Duque
9 months ago

They certainly did a great job! That’s great that others can enjoy these books too.

Kathy
Kathy
9 months ago

This is really neat. It’s great that others are able to enjoy this too. I love it.

Gervin Khan
Gervin Khan
9 months ago

Preply definitely did a great job. This is so helpful not only to the students but to everyone who loves reading.

Ray A.
Ray A.
9 months ago

awesome. thanks for sharing..

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Klais Last
Klais Last
9 months ago

It’s actually very cool, and I also found information about different essays on any topic, such as geography. I found here a whole archive https://studentshare.org/ with different essays, so you can also look, read and of course try to make them as good as possible. I already know that these essays are good and you can draw information from them both for your studies and for yourself and your development in this or that field.

Lyanna Soria
9 months ago

 Preply sounds like a great online platform to check out and thanks for sharing this with us. My kids would definitely love this and they love reading as well.

dearair
9 months ago

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Sun Zu
Sun Zu
9 months ago

I wonder why there’s no such literature related to education or philosophy. Maybe because people don’t need it too much.. Well, let’s take Aristotle and his “On Politics”, Sun Tzu’s “the Art of War”, Kant’s essays and scholarly works, Orwell’s “1984”, Hayek’s “the Road to Serfdom”. Where’s Machiavelli and Hobbes, maybe Locke. Their works made the world the way it is now. Ok, if not philosophy, then maybe programming books? This is a most commonly studied discipline, and me like all the other students are seeking material to understand it better. When haven’t found any programmers start to look for programming help here https://assignmentcore.com/programming-homework-help/ or elsewhere. The main problem remains, why some (sometimes stupid) books are translated in various languages and some of the world classics not?

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8 months ago

Thanks for the post, I’m very impressed. Keep sharing like this.

BanjaminG
BanjaminG
8 months ago

This is a really useful post. It is great that there is such a platform, it is very useful for students. A platform where they can help with literature when writing assignments would be just as useful. You can get help quickly. While I was a student I often asked for help. I never liked writing assignments.  

Last edited 8 months ago by BanjaminG
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6 months ago

The earliest English translation was published in 1612, before part two of Don Quixote had even been published. This work is frequently credited with inventing the “modern novel,” and it’s required reading for anybody interested in literature, regardless of language.

Sabalanmusic
4 months ago

Today’s books are all going digital