Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Interested"

The meaning of "Interested" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does interested though! mean?
A: @momo722 いえいえ、まだ習うことが沢山あります。(^^) お役に立てて嬉しいです。
Q: What does I'm not interested in you. mean?
A: @Ri-na "I'm not interested in you" is not something we'd normally say to anybody. You might get away with it at school but it's not normal.

With Love and Like:

In general "love" is more than "like" but the meaning depends on the context. "Love" is associated with romantic feelings but also we can love chocolate, or I can say I love my friends and family. So both words are used in a lot of different ways.
Q: What does interested country/region mean?
A: Like the area the language you want to learn is spoken.
Q: What does interested mean?
Q: What does interested 是什么意思?在表达方式如何用这个词? 求解 mean?
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Example sentences using "Interested"

Q: Please show me example sentences with less interested in.
A: “I am less interested in sports than I was 2 years ago.”
“I’m less interested to hear what you have to say now.”
“I couldn’t be less interested in that at the moment.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with extremely interested.
A: I am extremely interested in hearing about your visit to Thailand.
Q: Please show me example sentences with interested in ..
A: I'm interested in seeing that movie.

He's interested in her.

Emily was interested in going too but she didn't end up going.
Q: Please show me example sentences with interested in.
A: First sentence is great. And yes, you must put pronouns after the preposition in this case.
The three main uses of this expression I can think of are:
1) Expressing a hobby or something a person likes– 'she is interested in music' = 'she likes music'
2) Expressing something someone wants to do– 'I am interested in learning more about Chinese culture' = 'I want to learn more about Chinese culture'
3) Using "not interested in" to demonstrate a lack of concern– 'The government are not interested in what the public has to say' = 'The government do not care what the public has to say'
Hope that clarifies everything, although based on your first sentence I'd say you probably already have a good grasp of it.

Synonyms of "Interested" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between if interested and if you are interested ?
A: It only means the same but "IF INTERESTED" is a little bit improper or more like something you can say to your friends. But if you want to sound polite, it's better to say "If you are interested." But both still means the same.
Q: What is the difference between A: I'm interested in you and B: I'm interesting about you ?
A: A is correct. B doesn't have any meaning
Q: What is the difference between interested and interesting ?
A: I am interested.
That is interesting.
Interesting is more to describe an object and interested is more to describe how someone feels about an object.
Q: What is the difference between I'm interested and I'm intersting ?
A: I'm interesting está mal, lo correcto sería I'm interested.

Por ejemplo: I'm interested in learning English.

Estoy interesado en aprender inglés.

La terminación "ing" se usa en acciones que ocurren en ese momento, como I'm running = Estoy corriendo.
Q: What is the difference between I'm not interested in you. and I don't care for you. ?
A: "I'm not interested in you" is better for the situation and tone. "I don't care for you" makes it sound like he hates her (if said rudely), and is a generally negative phrase either way. 'Caring' can include friendship, etc., so to say "I don't care for you", he would be saying he doesn't want anything to do with her. 'Interest' will always be interpreted as 'romantic interest' in this situation.

Translations of "Interested"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? interested
A: 2 ways depending on region
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? interested
ex:I'm not interested.
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? "Interested in" or "interested on"
A: @Fab_ri. It is to be interested in something or someone. I'm interested in cookery. I'm interested in meeting new people. When interested in is followed by a verb, the verb is in the ..ing form.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm interested
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? interested
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Other questions about "Interested"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce interested .
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce I'm interested .
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce interested.
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Q: i'm just interested. Correct?
Q: I'm less interested about it. Does this sound natural?
A: better to say "I'm less interested in it"

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