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  1. garyshunchaihei
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    Seems

    Hi;

    Please correct me the following two sentences.

    1. He seems to be interested in music.

    2. He seems to have interested in music.

    What's their difference ?

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    Re: Seems

    Quote Originally Posted by garyshunchaihei
    1. He seems to be interested in music.

    2. He seems to have interested in music.
    1. He seems to be interested in music. - This one is fine as it is.

    2. He seems to have interested in music. - If you are going to use the word 'have', then I would suggest you write it as He seems to have an interest in music.
    I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.

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