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I could not find the explanation of my following question in English. What are the main differences between 頭がいい人 and 頭が切れる人? It is still hard for me to understand the Japanese version given in
this link (click).
May 27, 2015 at 22:20
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According to that site:
Academic / scholastic definition of smart
Good at studying and doing things they are told
Smartness acquired through practice and experience
Good at learning things there is no manual / instructions for by exploration
Not the most productive worker, but has unexpected insights
Bear in mind that is just one net article's opinion, and seems a little biased towards appealing the 頭が切れる人 type, but there's still some valuable distinctions there.
May 27, 2015 at 22:34
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