Customer questions 4

June 28, 2002

In the 1950s, at a Scottish university, I recall a foreign student who took private lessons in physics but was reluctant to pay until he had passed the exam on account of his belief that "if the pupil have not learned, the teacher have not taught".

John Little
Bishopbriggs, Glasgow

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