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    Active form

    Dear Teacher

    If 'I am interested' is passive mode, how to express in active mode and is active mode correct form?


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    Re: Active form

    If you are interest in X, the X interests you.

    'Interested' is frequently regarded as an adjective rather than as the passive form it started as.

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