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  1. matilda
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    Talking 127-no interest of dancing

    Hello dear all

    I'm not interested in dancing.))
    I know that the following sentence is use a lot. But is this sentence a good and correct synonym for that?
    (There is no interest OF dancing IN me.)

    Thanks in advance

    Matilda

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    Re: 127-no interest of dancing

    Not really!

    You might say:

    1. "There is no interest in dancing, for me/as far as I'm concerned."
    2. "For me, there is no interest in dancing."

    But it's a very unusual formulation: "I don't have any interest in dancing/I'm not interested in dancing" would be more usual.

    "Dancing holds no attractions for me" might be a more elaborate way of saying it.

    MrP

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