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in this lecture also we will be talking

about some different words and here we

have the first one for this lecture that

is inquisitive inquisitive so when I'm

talking about inquisitive so its meaning

is having or showing an interest in

learning things learning new things or

others of yours when you have so much

interest in learning new things whenever

you see something you say that you ask

so many questions like what is it why is

it how is it and all these questions

when you ask when you have so many

questions about something about some new

things you like lots to learn new things

and you have so much interest in others

affairs you know what other person is

doing how they do things and why you why

are they doing things so when you have

interests in all these things then that

person is actually considered to be

inquisitive okay I have an example

sentence for you all my mother is always

very inquisitive about my girlfriends

now I think now this is the case with

all my brothers who are just watching

this video of mine I think this is the

case with your mothers - right okay so

it's like my mother's always very

inquisitive like she is always having a

lot of interest in knowing about my

girlfriend's okay so it's an example for

inquisitive then we have some synonyms

father this inquisitive

and the first one is inquiring yeah so

when you inquire about something like

what's happening in your life what's

happening in others life or what what

about it how it performs if you are

talking about any gadget or if you are

talking about any technology how it

works what's a what its concept so all

these things when you inquire so you can

inquire ok the next is curious so when

you are curious about something that

means you are eager to know or you are

eager to learn something whenever you

are eager to know something whenever you

are eager to learn something that means

you are curious about something you know

children are generally expected to be

curious about a lot of things you know

so that is what we call curious a

synonym for inquisitive then we have the

enter names and the first enter name is

distracted so on one hand I am saying

inquisitive like when a person is

showing interest in learning things or

showing interest in others affairs ok

and on other hand I have an enjoyment

that is distracted which means that you

will not be able to show interest in

others affairs or any new thing because

why because you are unable to

concentrate ok you are unable to

concentrate because you are already

occupied by some sort of worry or by

some sort of unpleasant ok

so when this is the case that means you

are distracted ok the next is negligent

so when I am saying

negligent it actually means when you

fail to take proper care over something

when you fail to take proper care over

something like you are inattentive so on

one and I am saying inquisitive you are

showing a lot of interest you are

attended to or something and on other

hand you are negligent you are

inattentive

ok you are failing to take proper care

so that is negligent similarly we have

one more word that is impartial so when

I'm talking about impartial it means not

favoring one side or opinion more than

other involved in any argument when I'm

saying you are impartial that means if

you are sitting here and you have two

choices and you need to choose one out

of it then you will not be biased that

means you will

not be like you know you'll not have

some sort of favor towards any of the

side you will take a decision which will

be apt to take okay

you'll not consider other factors like

you know someone personally like you

have some soft corner for someone so

you'll not consider all those factors in

taking a decision you will not be biased

at all okay so when you are not favoring

one side or opinion more than the other

involved in any argument then you will

be considered impartial like for example

an impartial investigation should be

done on this issue obviously when we

have some issues like we have some

criminal issues then all these criminal

issues requires what all these criminal

issues require an impartial

investigation the investigation should

be done in an impartial way okay if I

talk about the synonyms for impartial

then the first one I have is just okay

just actually means you know when you

behave according to what is morally

right or fair okay when you behave in

such a way like what is morally right

and fair you are not biased about

something when you act in a fair way

okay or you can say equitable just a

negative Ellison audience equitable is

also that thing when you are not biased

on one side and you are doing what

morally right and what morally fair okay

then we have enter names first one is

biased and then we have just unjust we

have just so we have unjust here like

when you are not morally right and fair

and bias this when you are actually you

know on one side you are actually unfair

towards something okay

you are unfairly prejudiced for or

against someone okay because of some

other factors maybe some personal issues

or maybe anything else but you are

biased towards someone okay so this is

how we use this antonyms the next word

is just now you already talked about

just so it's something like fair or

morally correct something is just that

means something is fair and something is

morally correct okay so this is what

justice for example the judge sentence

was perfectly

just in the circumstances so that means

the sentence which has been given by the

judge is perfectly just that means is

perfectly fair is perfectly correct in

the circumstances so this is how we use

just okay

then then we have synonyms for just no

obviously

impartial synonym we just discussed in

the last word impartial and then we have

right ears obviously you can say right

is also when something is just when

something is morally correct then it is

actually right yes it is justifiable it

is morally right okay then we have enter

names first being unfair what I'm saying

just means fair obviously I'm talking

about engine him so it should be unfair

okay and then we have discriminatory so

when I'm saying discriminatory it is

like you know showing an unfair

distinction showing an unfair

distinction between different categories

of people now you are actually supposed

to judge a show or judge any competition

and if you are showing an unfair

distinction between the different

participants then you are actually what

you are actually performing some sort of

biased you are actually a biased okay

you are a bit unfair and you are

actually performing discriminatory

practices okay so this is how we use

just the next one is scheme so when I'm

saying keen that means you say keen when

you strongly want to do something when

you have a strong desire to do something

when you do something in you know any

how you want to do it you have very

strong desire you want to do it okay at

that time I use what I use scheme now if

I use if I just consider one example

sentence and I have he was not too keen

on that idea let's say you have n number

of ideas in your mind but you don't

start working on every idea okay so like

you work on that idea about which you

are very keen so he was not too keen on

that idea there must be some idea on

which he was not very keen he was not

very strongly you know

desire have any desire to do something

on that

okay like like if I talk about the

synonyms for this world keen then the

first one is poignant okay poignant what

does it mean poignant it means he

walking a keen sense you walking up keen

sense of sadness or regret okay when you

when you are touched by someone okay

when someone say something and you are

touched like beautiful okay like

mournful so these are the words which we

are which are actually synonyms of

poignant so when I'm saying poignant

that means you are evoking a keen sense

of sadness or regret okay the next is

eager again what I am saying eager it

actually means when you when you

strongly want to do or have something

and you strongly want to do something or

you strength you strongly want to have

something then we have the enjoy names

the first one is blunt

now what is blunt blunt actually means

when you are you know you reduce the

force of something like you know blunted

determination you had a lot of

determination the starting but now the

determination is less so earlier the

desire was you know more than enough to

do that thing but now the desire is

actually not that you know okay so this

is how we use this blunt and then we

have insipid so when I'm saying insipid

when you are lacking in interest in

doing something so earlier you were

hanging or having a strong desire to do

something but now you are lacking an

interest in doing that so this is how

you can use insipid as a enter info okay

so that's all for this lecture we'll be

talking about some more interesting

words in the next lecture thank you very

much this is so SQL signing

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