I'm not into crafts myself


Does the “be into something/somebody” mean “be interested in something/somebody” or “feel a interest in something/somebody” ?

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Into something is as you suggest, means having an interest/ being interested in something. It would usually be a topic or an activity. When used for people, it is usually to do with that person’s work or achievements as in: She’s into Shakespeare/Sinatra. And of course it is often used in a negative way as in: I’m not into poetry at all.

Please note:feel an


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Thank you very much for the answer.