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[quote=YEMMIE,265731]Yes, but you don't have to defy a teacher in order to ask an intelligent question. The key is first to ask for clarification if you don't understand something. Then, if you detect a contradiction, something that does not seem plausible, you have two choices: 1. You can challenge the teacher, but in a very respectful way. "Maybe I still am not quite understanding you about this, but if _______, then I don't understand why _________." 2. If you are confident that you are right but feel that expressing it would arouse the wrath of your teacher, you can remain quiet. You still have learned from the experience, and you can apply the knowledge you have gained in the future elsewhere. I have used both of these approaches all of my life. No class lasts forever, but the knowledge and wisdom gained can serve you well for a lifetime.[/quote]
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