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Senior Member
Spanish - Spain
"How did you become interested in Greek language?"

what's the difference between into and in? I understand that someone can be "into sth" but what if "you are in sth".
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  • Cenzontle

    Senior Member
    English, U.S.
    Being "into" something is used only in informal speech. Being "interested in" something is standard language.


    Member Emeritus
    English - US
    We wouldn't use both "interested" and "into", because "into" (very informal) = "interested in".

    P.S.: "Sth" is neither an English word nor a standard abbreviation. The word is something.
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