how to say “I’m interested” in Hebrew

אֲנִי מְעֻנְיָן, מְעַנְיֵן אֹתִי לָדַעַת…

How do you say interesting in Hebrew?


For example:

זה לא מוזיאון מעניין במיוחד.

It’s not a particularly interesting museum.

And what about interested, as in I’m interested? Depends on what you want to say.

If your entire statement is I’m interested or if you’re interested in something, you’ll use the passive פועל form: אני מעוניין if you’re male, and אני מעוניינת if you’re female.

For example:

היא מעוניינת בהיסטוריה.

She interested in history.

But if you want to say what you’re interested to know something, or I’d like to know…, it’s better to say …מעניין אותי ל – literally it interests me to…

For example:

מעניין אותי לדעת איפה השגת את הטלפון הזה.

I’m interested to know where you got this phone.

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