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    How to say 'love sth more and more' in a different way?

    I think it's too frank to say 'I love sth more and more.'

    How to put it in a different way?

    Any comment is appreciated.


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    Re: How to say 'love sth more and more' in a different way?

    As the sun comes up in the morning, so are my thoughts of you.


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    Re: How to say 'love sth more and more' in a different way?

    I love you more than yesterday, less than tomorrow.

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    Re: How to say 'love sth more and more' in a different way?

    Quote Originally Posted by Yves_W View Post
    I think it's too frank to say 'I love sth more and more.'

    How to put it in a different way?

    Any comment is appreciated.

    NOT A TEACHER

    (1) Sometimes you can use the progressive to mean "more and more

    every day."

    (a) When I first came to this city, I did not like it. But now I find that

    I am liking it a lot.

    (b) When I first met Sue, I did not like her. Now I find that I am really

    loving her.

    (c) At first, I thought he was just a big liar. But I am now believing him.

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