interfere 干渉する

January 18, 2015 =========
☆ interfere 干渉する
There are two ways to use “interfere.” Firstly, is “someone” interferes, and secondly if “something” interferes. So, firstly, if someone interferes in a situation, they get involved in it even though it does not concern them and their involvement is not wanted. For example:
I wish everyone would stop interfering and just leave me alone.
My future mother-in-law keeps interfering in our wedding planning.
When something interferes with a situation or activity, it has a damaging effect on it. For example:
He usually drinks after work and it is interfering with his family life.
Don’t let TV time interfere with your homework. (Or with your English study!)
Can you use interfere in a sentence?