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  1. #1
    Arung Guest

    Question 'to be'

    Iam new to the forum.
    Can you please tell me whether there is any difference between "It was found interesting" ,"It was found to be interesting" and "It was found as interesting".
    Please explain.Thanks

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    TheJoker is offline Newbie
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    Re: 'to be'

    "It was found as interesting"

    "It was found as interesting"" - Google Search

    Looks like this phrase is almost not used.

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    Arung is offline Newbie
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    Question Re: 'to be'

    Any difference between the other two

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