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Johannesburg, South Africa, 2000; pp 40–51. It is also a personal experience. At pre-university level, I learnt all the subjects in my mother tongue, and learnt English as one of the subjects. At university level, instruction was in the mother tongue, but most of the chemistry textbooks were in English, and the combination of the two features proved quite reflection-stimulating. D. level, I used another language (Russian) that I had to learn on the spot. it Problem solving is universal to all cultures and backgrounds.
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