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What's "Pull you in"? "The drama is really interesting and pulls you in." I encountered this sentence and didn't understand it.
19 nov 2016 12:27
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When something pulls you in, it makes you more and more sted, so you don't want to do anything else. For example: You might turn on the TV to kill time for five minutes, but you start watching a programme and you get pulled in. The next thing you know 30 minutes has passed. Hope that answers your question.
19 november 2016
If something pulls you in, it really grabs your attention. So in this case, the drama is so interesting that it pulls you into the story; your attention is focused on the drama and nothing else.
19 november 2016
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