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TAKE THIS VOCABULARY TEST – 3 – cur + ious = curious

 someone has famously titled :  Instant Vocabulary – and have sold millions of copies

 take that as a Lie, a blatant LIE.

There is no Instant Vocabulary, as many tout.

There can only be Constant Vocabulary, as shakeSpiker tells you squarely & to hold a straight course.

 you must work your ass off continually, Constantly, and you haven’t got any other option here .

  

                                   what is / how much is  – 2 + 2 = ?

                              here it is  –  2 + 2 = abc ( not even 123 )

                                        no logic , no sense , absolutely .

                                       take this Vocabulary Test

                              cur = (1) a dog, worthless, unfriendly one .

                                 (2) a mean, contemptible, cowardly person

         –ious = forming adjectives, meaning : characterized by, like , similar to

                               

          curious = (1) eager, to learn, know.

        eg: students are curious enough to know more on this subject.

     (2) inquisitive, prying, meddlesome.

          eg : he was very curious with others and a distraction at workplace .

       (3) arousing/exciting attention, interest, speculation

            because of being unusual, strange, odd.

        eg : a curious scene of offence

            a curious sort of people.

Logically/Sensibly – curious = meaning ought to be = characteristic of, like – a mean, contemptible, cowardly person.

but you have a radically different meaning assigned .

That’s English .

 bring sense to / or rather re’learn again your English afresh – from shakeSpiker .

 someone has famously titled :  Instant Vocabulary - and have sold millions of copies  take that as a Lie, a blatant LIE. There is no Instant Vocabulary, as many tout. There can only be Constant Vocabulary, as shakeSpiker tells you squarely & to hold a straight course.  you must work your ass off continually, Constantly, and you haven't got any other option here .                                       what is / how much is  - 2 + 2 = ?                               here it is  -  2 + 2 = abc ( not even 123 )                                         no logic , no sense , absolutely .                                        take this Vocabulary Test                               cur = (1) a dog, worthless, unfriendly one .                                  (2) a mean, contemptible, cowardly person          -ious = forming adjectives, meaning : characterized by, like , similar to                                           curious = (1) eager, to learn, know.         eg: students are curious enough to know more on this subject.      (2) inquisitive, prying, meddlesome.           eg : he was very curious with others and a distraction at workplace .        (3) arousing/exciting attention, interest, speculation             because of being unusual, strange, odd.         eg : a curious scene of offence             a curious sort of people. Logically/Sensibly - curious = meaning ought to be = characteristic of, like - a mean, contemptible, cowardly person. but you have a radically different meaning assigned . That's English .  bring sense to / or rather re'learn again your English afresh - from shakeSpiker .

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