Student or Learner
I'm not a teacher
Would anyone explain to me the difference among theese verbs?
Thank you in advance.
They're not verbs, of course , they're adjectives.
You say that rare is the odd one out but American speaker say odd is more used by Britons.
Other people say that weird has a more pejorative connotation than the others. The thing is that I don't know what is the real difference among them.
"Rare" simply means not common. It might be unusual, but not strangely unusual. A 1936 Australian penny is very rare (and worth a lot of money), but there's nothing weird, strange or odd about it.
I can't think of any simple way to differentiate the other three terms. They can all have various connotations which you'll learn through reading and listening to English.
. . .and we refer to the difference between those adjectives.