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Use the word “interest when something increases your curiosity. You want to learn more. You want to see something, touch something, or learn something new. 

  • What’s interesting to you? Are you interested in anything? You must be interested in something. Everyone is interested in something. 
  • I’m interested in art. 
  • I find gardening to be very interesting. 
  • It’s so interesting to learn about Neanderthals. Do a search on homo neanderthalensis when you have a chance.  I find that subject to be very interesting.
  • My students are interested in learning about English. That’s why they’re here. 
  • They find English to be very interesting.
These sentences use "interest" as a verb:
  •  Music interests me. (present tense) 
  • This topic must interest you.  
  • I hope this website interests you. 
  • Does science interest you? 
These sentences use "interest" as an adjective:
  • That is very interesting. 
  • She has an interesting job. 
  • People who are interested in art like to visit museums. 
  • There are a lot of interesting people at an airport. 
You can also use "interest" as a noun:
  • He has an interest in gardening. 
  • Do you have an interest in sports? 
  • She has many interests. 
  • Music is an interest of mine. 
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  • Many people have an interest in nature. 
  • What are some of your interests? 

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