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Being in a relationship
Mutual interests | Phrases for talking about likes and interests
After the word like, you can use a noun, or a verb in either the -ing form or the to form:
I like books.
I like reading.
I like to read.
After the word enjoy, you can use a noun, or a verb in the -ing form only!
I enjoy Italian food.
I enjoy cooking.
I love is stronger than I like. You can also use a noun, or a verb in -ing or to form:
I love sports.
I love playing football.
I love to play football.
I’M REALLY INTO…
Use this phrase for an activity or interest that you’re very involved in, or very interested in:
I’m really into computers.
I’m really into travel.
I’M A BIG FAN OF…
Use this phrase for something or someone you admire, not something you do.
I’m a big fan of Tom Hanks. He’s a great actor.
I’m a big fan of classic rock .
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