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    Default 'To love' vs 'to be loving'

    What is the difference between 'I love' and 'I am loving'?

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    Default Re: 'To love' vs 'to be loving'

    Quote Originally Posted by Explorer View Post
    What is the difference between 'I love' and 'I am loving'?
    In my opinion "loving" in "I am loving" is an adjective describing "I". "I am a loving person".
    Some people say "I am loving it" to mean that they are doing/experiencing something that they love at the present time".

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