"He was a man of great persistence, of incredible patience. The main thing for him was to find the question - in that he was a genius. His greatest achievement is general relativity - the first ideas, which led to general relativity, came to his mind in 1907. He worked on that problem until 1915 - and solved it. That is this mark of persistence, a never letting go of a question once it was conceived to be important."
"Einstein was undisputedly one of the greatest men of our time. He had, in a high degree, the simplicity - a characteristic of the best men of science. He had also the faculty of not taking familiar things for granted. Newton wondered why apples fall, Einstein expressed surprised thankfulness that four equal rods can make a square, since in most of the universes that he could imagine, there would be no such things as squares."
incredible i pabesueshėm
patience - durim
question - pyetje
achievement - arritje
mind - mendje
to solve - zgjidh
a mark shenjė
to let go of sth/sb lėshoj/lė tė ikė diēka/dikė qė mė pėrket
undisputedly - padyshim
a characteristic karakteristikė
men of science njerėz tė shkencės
to wonder vras mendjen
surprised i habitur, i befasuar
four equal rods katėr shufra tė barabarta
square - katror
universes - universet
to imagine pėrfytyroj
'a never letting go of a question' nuk e lėshon nga dora njė pyetje (deri sa e zgjidh)
'conceived to be important' mendohet se ėshtė i rėndėsishėm
to take familiar things for granted i marr gjėrat si tė ditura/ tė qena, qė nuk kanė nevojė pėr shpjegim. Nuk vė nė dyshim.
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