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    #1

    " other " or " any"

    hello,

    in the following sentence, "start an English club to talk about music, movie or other things that interest you."

    other things/ anything else/ anything that interest(s) you, which is the better usage here?

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    Paula

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    #2
    The sentence as written looks fine to me, except it doesn't look complete (unless it's a command). As an alternative, you could say or anything else that interests you.

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