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Is a person at fault if they simply don't get it or understand?


Or, is it the fault of the presenter? Or, there is not any fault?

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    Kiss andTales 20 months ago

    I want to add some education is not on the same level as others. If they can not read , mabe we do not know of a disability of comprehension. But a person can and should control how they speak to others it tells more about you then what the point is

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