GilIs this sentence correct gramatically?
You've got me interested in you.
If that person did something to elicit that interest, the sentence is reasonable.
I have read some information about a person and I've become curious / eager to find out further information about that person.
If you merely read something about a person, and have not received any information from that person, it would be better to say - I am interested in you.
So, is it correct to say: You've got me interested in you. ??? Or should I say: You've become a great interest for me. ??
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