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    Red face I'm lovin it

    I was taught that love couldn't be used in continuous form.
    So, what is it :I am lovin it?

    And what is the difference among these sentences:

    Don't go there, will you?
    Don't go there, won't you?
    Don't go there, can't you?
    Don't go there, can you?

    Thanks.
    Last edited by martinusadjie; 18-Oct-2009 at 07:24.

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    Re: I'm lovin it

    Quote Originally Posted by martinusadjie View Post
    I was taught that love couldn't be used in continuous form.
    So, what is it :I am lovin it? This is non-standard English.

    And what is the difference among these sentences:

    Don't go there, will you?
    Don't go there, won't you?
    Don't go there, can't you?
    Don't go there, can you?

    Thanks.
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