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dejaentendu90 dejaentendu90 22-25, F 13 Answers Jul 5, 2012

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not if they read twilight.

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haha

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yes...in general

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Absolutely, intelligence can grow in addition to knowledge. Books contain ideas that are outside our life experiences, and when a bit of thought and pondering is added, it increases our ability to think and comprehend. People who don't expand their minds get in ruts. They are uninteresting and underdeveloped. They don't have much to add if they didn't learn to think well.

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well they seem to have stronger vocabularies, and a stronger sense of spelling and grammar.<br />
i like that they seem to have more 2 say. they can bring a variety of ideas or topics to the table. they're usually intelligent people

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Not neccesarily. It depends on what the read. If you're reading fiction it may help you with word recognition, but intelligence is not ba<x>sed only on what words you know. I'd say you'd get a mixed bag.

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Not really. I think they are better informed

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People don't strictly read romance novels for entertainment, but there are things that can be taken from fiction, including the romance genre.

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Who is that?

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no. books as any other form of entertainment can sometimes have no value

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If they have bigger brains than the ones not reading.

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Take out the words "for pleasure/entertainment" and my answer is yes.

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Why?

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You're more likely to learn something if you read Mitchio Kaku, rather than Dean Koontz or Stephenie Meyer. That being said, it's still better to read than not.

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I'm sure many people find Mitchio Kaku entertaining.

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very silly question,very silly answers

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No.

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