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A personal example: In year 1 of Spanish classes in high school (over a decade ago for me) 'Hat'- was a vocabulary item.
So relating to your kids or scoring a date is going to take just as much focus as programming a website or landing that high paying job.
For smart people life entails a lot of memorization, however memorization is an intrinsically inefficient activity due the way our memory is wired to forget things.
These are activities completely alien to our evolutionary ancestors.
In a recent The Economist article, Satoshi Kanazawa, author of 3 books and 80 articles on psychology, explained that what smart people generally suck at is things that are Evolutionarily Familiar: finding someone to mate with, making friends, parenting, preparing food, etc.