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there is a part of me that always wants to be right

there is a part of me that always wants to be right

I would say to just let it go. Even if you do prove to her that you were correct, she won't think positively of you for it. There is really no benefit for being seen as having been correct in this situation.

I want to show her that I had learnt from the first time and as a result asked more politely this time

I want to show her that I had learnt from the first time and as a result asked more politely this time

She doesn't agree with you on this point. Just be more polite from here on out.

I also want her to keep an open mind.

I also want her to keep an open mind.

That isn't really something you can demand of someone, especially of someone in a position of authority.

You will soon (relatively soon anyway) no longer be in this class and this person will no longer be a part of your life. There is no point in pursuing this battle.

there is a part of me that always wants to be right

I would say to just let it go. Even if you do prove to her that you were correct, she won't think positively of you for it. There is really no benefit for being seen as having been correct in this situation.

I want to show her that I had learnt from the first time and as a result asked more politely this time

She doesn't agree with you on this point. Just be more polite from here on out.

I also want her to keep an open mind.

That isn't really something you can demand of someone, especially of someone in a position of authority.

You will soon (relatively soon anyway) no longer be in this class and this person will no longer be a part of your life. There is no point in pursuing this battle.

there is a part of me that always wants to be right

I would say to just let it go. Even if you do prove to her that you were correct, she won't think positively of you for it. There is really no benefit for being seen as having been correct in this situation.

I want to show her that I had learnt from the first time and as a result asked more politely this time

She doesn't agree with you on this point. Just be more polite from here on out.

I also want her to keep an open mind.

That isn't really something you can demand of someone, especially of someone in a position of authority.

You will soon (relatively soon anyway) no longer be in this class and this person will no longer be a part of your life. There is no point in pursuing this battle.

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there is a part of me that always wants to be right

I would say to just let it go. Even if you do prove to her that you were correct, she won't think positively of you for it. There is really no benefit for being seen as having been correct in this situation.

I want to show her that I had learnt from the first time and as a result asked more politely this time

She doesn't agree with you on this point. Just be more polite from here on out.

I also want her to keep an open mind.

That isn't really something you can demand of someone, especially of someone in a position of authority.

You will soon (relatively soon anyway) no longer be in this class and this person will no longer be a part of your life. There is no point in pursuing this battle.