Important to master English

SOME people believe that being fluent in English does not necessarily make one smart and intelligent, and there is truth in the statement.

For example, there are many German, French, Japanese, Greek and Chinese scholars and statesmen who never mastered English. They, however, have the advantage of a huge corpus of knowledge in their own language.

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