In this chapter, I shall consider certain kinds of misunderstandings. They will probably seem rather trivial; indeed, most of them are so commonplace that it might seem that the time and space devoted to them could have been spared or better spent. However, since our purpose is to give the student a practical grasp of the theory of interpretation, we must do more than merely note and account for the various problems. The reader must become entirely familiar with them and also make the most of the opportunity to practice the techniques of avoiding misunderstandings.
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