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    Strong interest

    Hello

    I know it is OK and common to say: I have little interest in Maths/music.

    Does it sound good and is it common to say: I have strong interest in computers/rock music.

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    thanks
    Last edited by bulging; 28-May-2014 at 13:57.

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    Re: Strong interest

    It will work with "a" before "strong".

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    Re: Strong interest

    thanks, I thought that 'a' was optional.

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    Re: Strong interest

    Quote Originally Posted by bulging View Post
    Thanks, I thought that 'a' was optional.
    No, it isn't. Nor is a capital letter at the start of a sentence.

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