Linguistics Hardcover - Lined/Grid
Language encodes our history, our mythology, our science, art, and culture -- let this Linguistics notebook inspire all your communication. Chinese characters, Arabic script, Egyptian hieroglyphs, as well as Hebrew, Phoenician, Greek, and many more elements of language, all rendered in pale yellow on an emerald green background. Take notes on the Aeneid in your Latin class, or see how much of the Arabic alphabet you can memorize using the pages of this hardcover journal.
7" x 9"
|192 pages (96 sheets)|
|Paper Type||5mm Grid + College Ruled|
|Paper Weight||81 gsm|
|Paper Composition||100% recycled|
The textured covers of these notebooks have the feel of old textbooks, and with advanced lay-flat pages, they want to fall open, like a well-loved library book. Go ahead and see for yourself – these are the notebooks your most brilliant ideas have been waiting for.
The Hypothesis series is built with high-quality 100% recycled paper and printed with soy inks, leaving a light footprint. Be inspired to ask the right questions, connect the dots (even when they’re really far apart), and keep pushing humanity forward, so that tomorrow is always brighter than today.
I love languages. Have studied 10 so far. The alphabets and detail on the outside of this notebook are right up my alley! I look for reasons to use it all the time.
Yes, I was a little skeptical about ordering something that popped up as an ad on Instagram. The notebook has been great though, no problems. Arrived quickly
The paper quality is great, very little bleed through with ink pens. It is also very soft to the touch. The binding is excellent. I have recommended these to my friends as well. I will definitely be buying more.
I think it’s great and the lovely lady that I am giving it to will enjoy it, I’m sure.
I got this a few years ago and haven't used it yet, but it is BEAUTIFUL! . . . I'm almost afraid to use it because of how beautiful it is. I am an aspiring linguist/linguistics student. Been into languages for as long as I can remember.
Haven’t used them yet