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This is confusing. Which is the right expression? What about curious in?
So, does that mean CURIOUS OF isn't wrong but just unusual?
Im trying to think of a way to use curious of... and can't.
In dialogue. 'I'm curious, of course..." But that's cheating..
About is better.
I'm curious in regard to... works. Curious regarding the reason for .... *
Curious can mean "strange" or "unusual".
It's possible to say "How curious of him!"
curious - Definition from Longman English Dictionary Online
He was curious about how she would react.
Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary
We're curious about why you never called us.
You can't use "of" in place of about or about.