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1. to feel happy because you are with someone, or have something.

(What is a suitable English word for the definition?)

2. I am not interested in music at all.
3. I don't take interest in music at all.

(Are both the same and grammatical?)

4. I don't spend a lot of money in buying things.

5. I don't spend a lot of money on buying things.

(Do we have to use 'in' or 'on'?)

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    # 1... delighted, I was delighted to receive that gift. I was delighted to meet her.

    #2 and 3 are both correct.

    #4 and 5... neither 'in' not 'on' is needed.

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