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I am trying to describe my curiosity for how "things" work. IE - I am curious to know how a car works, but a more broader statement for how things work.

Can anyone help me think of a more elegant way of saying that statement?

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'Learn' is probably a better word choice for things you do not yet know. Perhaps:

I am curious to learn how cars and other things work.

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