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    Red face using "always" with the verb "love"

    Is there something wrong with this sentence?


    I always love you.

    I know, it's right to say I love you and I will always love you but I'm really bothered with I always love you..Is it right?Thanks!

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    Re: using "always" with the verb "love"

    in certain contexts it sounds fine..
    f.e.

    "Do you love me?"
    "I always love you."

    probably not grammatically correct..but it's ok.

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