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Hi teachers,

I'm wondering about the correct usage of the following in such situations. Suppose that you were talking to someone, then you mentioned something he had no idea about, so he became more interested. In this case, you could say:

1. I won't feed your curiosity.

2. I won't fill your curiosity.

3. I won't indulge your curiosity.

Which one does convey the meaning, and which is the common usage?


Thank you

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The first and third might work, but not the second. Even so, they sound kind of rude to say to someone in that situation. Why would you say that to someone just because they don't know about some thing?

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