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Fenton Benton 麻雀虽小,五脏俱全!
Are you liking it? It seems not grammatically correct, Do you say "you liking it?" in daily life? what kind of people would use it very often? Teenager or else? Thanks
Feb 10, 2012 7:55 AM
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It really means: "Are you enjoying it?" It is not perfectly correct, but it is OK to use.
February 10, 2012
It's ok to say "Are you liking it? " For example Are you liking it in New York? You can also say: Have you seen that new movie? Do you like it?
February 10, 2012
Yes. The teenagers, an old guy saying this too much often would be unbelievable. That's bad grammar because usually you don't give "ing" to a stative verb, I mean mostly. In this case the speaker is trying to use a slang tone of voice to express his strong affection at the moment being, stronger than ever. If your hound just won the prize in a race, you went up, hugged her, you'd say, man, I'm lovin' you!
February 10, 2012
i'm lovin' it!
February 10, 2012
Fenton Benton 麻雀虽小,五脏俱全!
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