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Kirk's picture
20 July, 2019 - 22:07
Hello Smiley1 Some people do not use a comma in either place, but I'd say that most people do. I don't use commas in my posts here on LearnEnglish because that is our style, but in my experience it...
Kirk's picture
20 July, 2019 - 22:07
Hello SonuKumar Probably the most common way to say this is 'How did you get interested in this?' or 'How did you get into this?' ('to get into something' means to become interested in something)....
Kirk's picture
20 July, 2019 - 22:07
Hello ahlinthit There are different styles of punctuating direct speech -- in other words, you might find other sources that will disagree with me -- but what I would use here is something different...