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When you are talking with your friends and a man interrupts your conversation.

"He ruins our conversation"

Is it natural?

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mosja

When you are talking with your friends and a man interrupts your conversation.

"He ruins our conversation"

Is it natural?

To interrupt a conversation is not necessarily to ruin it. You resume the conversation after the interruption.


Your sentence implies "multiple times" as in the following:

He always ruins our conversation.
He ruins our conversation every time.
He ruins our conversation whenever he is around.

If that's what you mean, it's correct.


On the other hand, if you mean this as a one-time event:

He ruined out conversation.

CJ