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  1. Anonymous
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    keen of or keen on?

    May I say:
    - Iam keen in music?
    - I am keen on the music?

    Which one is correcto? Many thanks for your support

  2. Tanja's Avatar

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    Re: keen of or keen on?

    Quote Originally Posted by edumash
    May I say:
    - Iam keen in music?
    - I am keen on the music?

    Which one is correcto? Many thanks for your support
    I'm sure it's the option #2! :D
    But I would say "I'm keen on music" (without the), if you mean music in general.

    Right, teachers?

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    Re: keen of or keen on?

    Quote Originally Posted by edumash
    May I say:
    - Iam keen in music?
    - I am keen on the music?

    Which one is correcto? Many thanks for your support
    Tanja has it. :D

    I'm keen on music. (I'm fond of music. I'm enthusiastic about music)

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