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    ignorant

    Can I say "I was ignorant about the homework"?Is it correct?


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    Re: ignorant

    Quote Originally Posted by samfat33 View Post
    Can I say "I was ignorant about the homework"?Is it correct?
    You could, Samfat, but it's just not a natural use.

    I'm not even sure of the meaning you intend.

    Is it,

    I didn't know we had homework to do.

    OR

    I don't know anything about the material in the homework.

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