tan interesante

A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (to indicate degree)
a. so interesting
La historia de México me parece tan interesante.I find Mexico's history so interesting.
b. that interesting
A mí la película no me pareció tan interesante.I didn't find the movie that interesting.
c. such an interesting
Si te parece que Carlos es un chico tan interesante, ¿por qué no lo invitas a salir?If you think Carlos is such an interesting guy, why don't you ask him out?
2. (in comparisons)
a. as interesting
El primer libro de la serie es muy bueno, pero el segundo no me pareció tan interesante.The first book in the series is very good, but I didn't find the second one as interesting.
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