I was an A student back home (well, unless we’re talking about math… but that’s another story).
But there I was, sitting in a class at Universidad del Valle de Atemajac in Guadalajara, feeling about as dumb as a box of rocks.
Sure, I “spoke” Spanish, but I had only been there a week and there’s only so much my high school textbook taught me.
There I was, lost in a sort of “foggy” understanding of the material. As you can imagine, I definitely didn’t get as much out of the class as I could have.
Fast forward a decade or so, when Illinois lawyer David Shestokas noticed people in a similar predicament.
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