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    Re:interest

    he made me interested in ....?
    he interested me in ...?
    which is more common or correct?
    thanks

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    #2

    Wink Re: interest

    Quote Originally Posted by Fariba View Post
    he made me interested in ....?
    he interested me in ...?
    which is more common or correct?
    thanks
    Both phrases are all right and, above all, correct. You could also say, he got me interested in...


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    #3

    Re: interest

    thanks.

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    Re: interest

    Additionally, he caught my interest.

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    Question Re: interest

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea View Post
    Additionally, he caught my interest.
    Caught my interest... in, by, or with something? Which preposition is proper to use with that expression?

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    #6

    Re: interest

    All or none.

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    #7

    Exclamation Re: interest

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea View Post
    All or none.
    Quite tricky, but true.

    Is the example sentence below all right?

    If the children aren't paying any attention to what you say or do, try to catch their interest in your actions with some 'catchy' things, or by introducing some kinds of 'out-of-this-world' ideas...

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