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1. I found intetest in Harry Potter.
2. I found an intetest in Harry Potter.
3. I found intetests in Harry Potter.
4. I got interested in Harry Potter.
5. I got interest in Harry Potter.
6. I became interesed in Harry Potter.
7. I got an interest in Harry Potter.

(Which expressions are grammatically correct?)

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  1. 4 and 6 are best.

    The others are o.k., but not used very much.

    Be sure you're consistent in spelling interest and interested.

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