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"she enjoys life in the city" here what does this sentence really mean? Does it mean she is currently in the city and she enjoys her life or she just generally enjoys life in the city even if she is not living in the city? is it saying a present situation or a general one?
It can have either meaning.
She moved to London last year and enjoys life in the city.
She doesn't like having to spend two years on the farm, she enjoys life in the city.
Also can I say "she enjoys the life in the city" which I mean that she is currently living in the city.
This can have the same usages as the above example, although I feel it would usually mean that she was living in the city.
You could also say: "She enjoys her life in the city" or "She is enjoying her life in the city".
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