● How can I raise the possibilty here(after "I mean")?
I decided to choose an interesting subject, I mean a topic that you are really interesed in.
● What’s the correct procedure in cases like this? ● What's the rational choice? ● What is the difference between the second and third sentences?
"... I mean a topic that you might/may really interested in?
"... I mean a topic that you would probably interested in.
"... I mean a topic that you are probably interested in.
Or what else can I say...?
● I would like to know whether the repeated usage of the expressions "interesting" and "interested in" sounds a little weird and awkward or not.
● Does the simultaneous usage of the two above-mentioned expressions with the root "interest" show the speaker's lexical weakness?
● Is there anything you’d like to add or change?