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  1. The world-famous violinist Dmitry Kogan, who performed at the Grand Concert Hall of the Conservatory at the age of 15, went down into an ordinary underground passage for the sake of an experiment: how much you can earn in 45 minutes. Of course, no one knew that this was a celebrity playing a 1764 Paganini violin.
    Few people gave money, almost no one listened, a couple of people applauded. One passerby even claimed that the violinist was out of tune!
    Genius in one environment is not understood in another.

  2. In my opinion,it is extremely difficult to objectively assess the level of intelligence,because this concept is quite relative.
    But in general, what is “intelligence”? This is the ability of a person to learn,to adapt to any situations that have previously happened to him.
    That is, roughly speaking, if a person has been learning Russian for 11 years, but still cannot speak it correctly,at least probably their level of intelligence is not too high.
    To summarize:

    I believe that in order to measure someone's intelligence,so to speak,a superficial glance is not enough. A particular person needs to be observed for some time,to observe how he learns something. For example, tell a person to learn a language that is completely new to them and watch their progress.

    I'm not an expert on this,of course,but I can assume that this is the case.

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