B2 First Vocabulary:

Be into

‘Be into’ means to be interested in something, typically a hobby. Phrasal verbs are common in the reading and use of English paper, but this phrasal verb can also be used when talking about your hobbies which are sometimes asked about in part one of the speaking paper.

Below are examples of how 'Be into' could be used in the B2 First (FCE) exam.
Speaking Part 1:

Examiner: “What hobbies did you have when you were younger?”

Candidate: “Well, I was always into football ever since I was very young…”

Reading and Use of English Part 4:

I was never really interested in sport as a child


I ………………………… sport as a child

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