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Maybe she's not as interested cars as you think she may be.

Is this sentence ok?
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Hi,

Maybe she's not as interested cars as you think she may be.

More natural is Maybe she's not as interested in cars as you think.

Clive
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Hi!

Try this.

She may not be as interested in cars as you may think she is.

Did I make it more complicated?
I also want to know how native speakers say this naturally.Emotion: smile
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The thread topic is "She's not as into." Is that what you're told to use?
frostwhiteHi!

Try this.

She may not be as interested in cars as you may think [she is].

Did I make it more complicated?
I also want to know how native speakers say this naturally.

If you eliminate that second "may" it's okay. The "she is" is optional.

(It does not use the "She's not as into..." construction, though.)
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Hi GG and Julie!
I guess I messed up again!Emotion: embarrassed
I didn't notice the thread's topic.
Better not to comment anymore.Emotion: smile
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Hi again GG!

I'd rather just read the threads. I already learned a lot by doing that.
I think that's already enough, for now. I don't feel good when I say something wrong. Emotion: smile
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