Which of these two sentences is correct and why
Robert is completely absorbed in his new book
Robert is completely interested in his new bookk
The first one is correct, because if you say "completely", you want to underline smth really importamt for you in particular sentence, so if you use the verb "interested in", that'd mean that he's not completely "in" this book. it could even mean that he hasn't got that book yet...but he wishes he had....
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