- adj.VERBS▪ appear, be, feel, look, seem, sound▪ become, get▪
She got very interested in politics.▪ remain▪ get sb▪
We need to get more young people interested in the sport.▪ keep sb▪
You need to keep your audience interested.ADVERB▪ extremely, fairly, very, etc.▪ deeply, especially, greatly, intensely, keenly, most, particularly, passionately, seriously, terribly▪
If he's seriously interested in applying for the job, he'll do it.▪ genuinely, truly▪ increasingly▪ not at all, not in the least, not the least bit, not remotely▪
He's not in the least interested in girls.▪ not much, not very, only half▪
Carrie was only half interested in the conversation.▪ fairly, mildly, quite, vaguely▪ just▪
‘Why do you ask?’ ‘I'm just interested, that's all.’▪ enough, sufficiently (esp. BrE)▪
I wasn't interested enough in the argument to take sides one way or the other.▪ chiefly, mainly, primarily▪ long▪
Michael had long been interested in architecture.▪ always▪
I am always interested in how differently people can look at the same event.▪ still▪ no longer▪ potentially▪ apparently, reportedly▪ clearly, obviously▪ actively▪
As a landowner, he was actively interested in agricultural improvements.PREPOSITION▪ in▪
She's always been interested in other people.
Collocations dictionary. 2013.