You have an exam. You have revised for it thoroughly and you go to the venue feeling confident, if a little nervous. You enter the exam room and find your place, sit down and arrange pens and anything else you have with you. The starting time arrives and the invigilator says you can now read the question paper. You read through the question paper, put it back on the desk and consider that this question paper is written in Icelandic. You think, ‘I do not speak Icelandic so I cannot do this exam.’ Did you think that this only happens to you?
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