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    #1

    Loving/Affectionate

    Hello,

    When using the adjectives "loving" or "affectionate", may I say:
    They really are very loving to me / very affectionate to me ?

    Meaning they give much love and affection.
    Thank you.

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    Re: Loving/Affectionate

    When using the adjectives "loving" or "affectionate", may I say:
    They really are very loving to me / very affectionate to me ?
    Yes, you may.

    Rover

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