Gilly agreed that the speaker’s presentation had been full of uninformed, simplistic, and jejune ideas. Gilly was a specialist on the topic herself, and she had hoped for a more interesting talk instead of the empty, uninteresting, and jejune one she heard. Next time, she would find out the background of the lecturer, and if he or she was unschooled, jejune, or lacking in information, she would not attend.
Quiz: What does it mean when someone is jejune?
- He does not work hard enough to prepare.
- He bores others by talking slowly.
- He is boring because he is lacking in information.