"to be into something" Meaning:
to be interested in something Similar Expressions
When do we use it?
- I am into cars.
- I am interested in cars.
- I like cars.
We use this phrase to show what we or other people are interested in. It tells what a person likes or what their hobby is.
- I am into cooking.
- She is into history.
- We are into soccer.
"Be into somebody" means to like a person romantically like a person loves or wants to date somebody.
How do we use it?
- I think Mark is into you.
We can use a noun or a gerund after this phrase.
Example English Conversations
- I am into baseball.
- Are you into horror movies?
- He is into fixing old computers.
- Is he into working out?
A) What are you into these days?
B) I am really into poker these days. I play almost every day online.
A) I'm not sure that is a good thing to be into.
A) Are you into art?
B) To be honest, I am not. I don't really have any interest in art. Adding expressions and idioms to your vocabulary will help you become a better English speaker. You do not need to learn a million expressions or idioms at one time! If you study new English expressions and idioms steadily and consistently, then your vocabulary will get better and better. Use these free English lessons to expand your vocabulary and learn useful English idioms, slang, and expressions.