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    interest

    "I stopped having interest in you."

    Is it a right sentence?

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    Re: interest

    Quote Originally Posted by layla0302 View Post
    "I stopped having interest in you."

    Is it a right sentence?
    It's not natural.
    "I've lost interest in you", "I'm no longer interested in you", "I'm not interested in you any more",
    "You don't interest me any more", "I no longer find you interesting".

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