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Hi

I believe people use the word 'into' meaning 'interest', like in 'I am really into soccer' meaning you like soccer. Is that correct ? Anybody could clarify with some examples please ?

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Yes, that's the meaning.

Try to find yourself examples by searching with
"I am really into"
(quotation marks are important)
at Yahoo, Google, etc.

Along that line, I am really into Elvis, but not young, hip, slim Elvis. ...
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I believe people use the word 'into' meaning 'interest', like in 'I am really into soccer' meaning you like soccer. Is that correct ? Anybody could clarify with some examples please ?

According to the Collins Cobuild English Dictionary for Advanced Learners, if you are very interested in something and like it very much, you can say that you are into it.

I'm into electronics myself.

However, please note that this is informal English.
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