“I feel curious”. Explain the meaning of this phrase with examples.

“I feel curious”. Explain the meaning of this phrase with examples.

1 Answer

    https://rebrand.ly/englishnotes
  1. When you say “I feel curious”, what you really mean is that you want to know how something works or how something is done.
    Example: When you were young you might have asked your father what a computer is. Your father would have told you “I am curious to know what a computer is. Explain it to me.”

    The most common example of “I feel curious” is when you ask a friend to explain something to you and you want to know what he/she means. For example, if your friend says that he feels curious about the person who was at the bus stop just now, then you can say, “Hey, I feel curious about him. Can you explain me why he was at the bus stop?” If your friend explains the situation to you, then you can say, “That’s it! I feel curious about him now!”

    Another example of “I feel curious” is when you are interested in something and you want to know more about it. For example, if you have an interest in music, then you can say, “I feel curious about music”. If your friend tells you about a song that he likes, then you can say, “That’s it! I feel curious about that song now!”

You must login to add an answer.