draw VS draw in "Although I'm not very interested in Korean movies, there are some great movies that surprised me. "The Attorney (2013)" is one of those awesome Korean movies, which drew an audience of over ten million." In this sentence, is "drew in" more natural than "drew"? What's the difference between "draw" and "draw in"?
Jul 10, 2015 5:26 AM
Answers · 5
To me, 'drew in' does sound more natural. Possibly because the audience came in to the theatre? It may also be because 'drew in' clarifies earlier which of the possible uses of 'drew' you are using.
July 10, 2015
*do not sound very natural haha..
July 10, 2015
You could also suggest other expressions if you think that both "draw" and "draw in" sound not very natural. Thank you!
July 10, 2015
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Chinese (Mandarin), Korean
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Chinese (Mandarin)