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    Question crazy ..... football & interested .... it

    How can we complete this sentence correctly?

    "He's crazy ...1.... football, but I'm not interested ...2... it at all."

    For the first blank; crazy of football or crazy for football or crazy on football ?

    For the second blank; interested in / with / about / of ?

    Which of them are correct?
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    Re: crazy ..... football & interested .... it

    You're welcome to the forum, lapsed into silence, but we don't do students' homework.

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    Re: crazy ..... football & interested .... it

    Thank you.

    I am not a student, I'm just a learner..I'm trying to learn by myself. I don't have anybody to ask for help about it around

    me. It is not a homework, it is a practise in the book, and I couldn't solve it by myself. That's why I'm asking for it.
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    Re: crazy ..... football & interested .... it

    I couldn't understand what is wrong with asking that? I really need help. I won't waste my time here if you are denying a little help for me.

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    #5

    Re: crazy ..... football & interested .... it

    What is your best guess at an answer?

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    Re: crazy ..... football & interested .... it

    Use "about" in the first blank and "in" in the second.

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    Re: crazy ..... football & interested .... it

    My best guess is; crazy on football and interested in I think, but I am not sure..

    All seem possible correct answers to me.

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    Re: crazy ..... football & interested .... it

    Crazy about and interested in.

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    Re: crazy ..... football & interested .... it

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    Use "about" in the first blank and "in" in the second.
    Thanks a lot..

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    #10

    Re: crazy ..... football & interested .... it

    Did the book give only the options "crazy of", "crazy for" and "crazy on"?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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