Re: interest VS. interests / that I don't agree VS. I don't agree with
[QUOTE=dong6241;862291]1. A: Tina, do you prefer watching movies or playing sports?
B: Well, watching movies _____ me more.
(c) is interested in
(d) are interested
The gerund 'watching' functions as a singular noun, and we therefore need the 3rd person singular verb-ending -(e)s.
c and d are wrong because 'watching movies' is not interested in anything; it may be interesting for you.[QUOTE]
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