To the commenters who claim there is a misspelled word in this question: You are incorrect. There is no misspelled word. There's an apostrophe where it's not supposed to be. It's probably a typo anyway, and it doesn't detract from anyone's understanding of the question.
As far as answering the question itself, though: --
I agree with mandyf. There are no stupid questions. There are just stupid (and rude) answers.
Everybody learns differently. What seems stupid to you may not be so stupid, because that person really wants to know and perhaps can't quite understand.
I have a learning disability. I'm not stupid, but sometimes I can't tell right from left, etc. Things like that. I get lost, even though I've lived here for twenty six years. I don't know where I am, and get scared and start crying. Fortunately, I live in a city where the people are very patient, kind and fair.
Yesterday I got lost walking from church to my car. It was parked a couple blocks away.
I heard a quote somewhere --- TV or something --- not sure where I heard it --- "An ignoramus is somebody who doesn't know something that you just learned this morning."