Help me. I have a doubt.
Hi everybody. I have a doubt...I hope someone can really understand what I wanna mean.
If I wanna say that I liked something in the past and I like the same thing at the moment I'm talking about, can I say: "I have always liked it" or is it wrong.
Fox example in this dialogue:
A: How long have you been skiing?
B: I've been skiing since I was a child... I have always liked it ( or do I have to use " I always liked it/doing it"
Thanks in advance for the answer.
Re: Help me. I have a doubt.
I've always enjoyed it would be perfectly understandable, meaning, in this context, I've always enjoyed the activity of skiing.
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