interested 関心のある

March 6, 2015 =========
☆ interested 関心のある
Today’s word is an adjective, and we usually use it in the form “interested in” (although not always). It means that you think something is important and want to learn more about it or spend more time doing that thing. For example:
I’m interested in gardening.
She thought you’d be interested in hearing Stacy’s proposal.
I’d be interested to meet him.
One thing that a lot of non-native speakers confuse is “interesting” and “interested”. Use “interesting” when you want to talk about the “quality” of something that makes you want to know more. For example:
I’m interesting. NG
I’m interested. OK
The movie was interesting. OK
I was interested in the movie. OK