You can use the present simple when you are actually doing the thing you enjoy, but you are suggesting that your enjoyment of the activity is not limited to the present moment.By the way, what about the verb enjoy. When can it only be used in the simple present tense? For example: 'I enjoy dancing.' or 'I am enjoying
dancing.' if the action of dancing is happening right now.They are fine.Furthermore, I also came across sentences like
1) I have been meaning to phone you. (versus ' I have meant to phone you')
2) I am loving it (advertisemnt by Mc Donalds) ( versus ' I love it')
Are these sentences correct?
Student or Learner