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I thought of a sentence, "It's so interesting that I started to learn it." but I was not sure if it was correct so I looked it up in my grammar textbook. But I only found the "so~that..." sentences in the past tense like "He spoke so clearly that everyone could hear him."
The question is, is the sentence like what I thought of (principal clause - present, subordinate clause - past) natural? Or is it better to rewrite like "It was so interesting that I started to learn it?"

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I thought of a sentence, "It's so interesting that I started to learn it." but I was not sure if it was correct so I looked it up in my grammar textbook. But I only found the "so~that..." sentences in the past tense like "He spoke so clearly that everyone could hear him."
The question is, is the sentence like what I thought of (principal clause - present, subordinate clause - past) natural? Or is it better to rewrite like "It was so interesting that I started to learn it?"
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