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    "she's always been jealous because I loved you best."

    I.The speaker's love is truly and lasting. Why the speaker not use the present tense "love", but the past tense "loved"? Pls.

    II.Doesn't the past tense "loved" means no love for sb/sth at present? Pls.

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    Re: word

    Any help?


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