Half-learned

Half´-learned`

    (häf´lẽrnd`)
a.1.Imperfectly learned.
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This might explain why more than one of Pineiro's films concludes with an offhand performance of a half-learned, half-improvised pop song (usually on guitar and Casio): it's as if life itself is a space of experimentation in which, if you don't know the words, you can always just bluff your way through.
But they are all repeating platitudes they half-learned from movement polemicists.
Avoid half-learned study styles that simply identify a question style and answers, instead focus on detailed checking and arranging of question intention and solving methods which are more important than anything else.
Ironically enough, the paintings are weak and reflect a half-learned skill.
One of those bands, The Kingsmen, had half-learned the song off a jukebox.
Deep in the dark wilds of unlikely Culver City, CA, hides the Museum of Jurassic Technology, wherein fantasy and half-learned history commingle to reveal that either we know nothing or we can know nothing.