Thu 5 Jan, 2023 12:35 pm
Do these sentences mean the same thing:

-I desire to do this
-Doing this is very interesting to me
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Thu 5 Jan, 2023 12:42 pm
Well, first of all, we wouldn't say I desire to do this. We'd say, I want to do this, or I like doing this.

They only mean the same thing if you want to do it because it's interesting. Just because doing something is 'interesting' doesn't necessarily mean you 'want' to do it.

If you're confused, consider that you're doing something you've never done before. Someone is showing you how to change the belt in your car. You may find it interesting, but it doesn't mean you want to do it again.
Thu 5 Jan, 2023 01:53 pm
this is absolutely and extremely true
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Thu 5 Jan, 2023 01:59 pm
You might want to look up tautology while you're at it.
Thu 5 Jan, 2023 02:16 pm
Yes Smile Used quite a bit, I find. Annoying. Six a.m. in the morning. Past history.
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