TO GET (BE) INTO SOMETHING
14 / 10 / 2004
TO GET (BE) INTO SOMETHING: meaning and examples
Today's expression is
: to get into something
: to become interested in something, usually a new activity or hobby. It is very typically used in conversation and is slightly informal.
Ever since Karen was given those opera tickets, she has really got into
opera music. She has even bought herself a season ticket to the opera.
I know that cricket is the national sport, but I'm afraid I just can't get into
it. I've tried to watch cricket matches, but I find them so boring.
Once you have got into
this new activity, you can use the verbal expression to BE into it
to describe your on-going enthusiasm for the activity.
collecting stamps. He's been doing it for several years and he has a very impressive collection.
If you have any questions about this expression, please don't hesitate to contact me
. As you know, I am
answering your questions.
Have a wonderful day!