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Do people really say "I'm loving it." even if it's not for hamburger?
Aug 20, 2014 10:52 PM
Answers · 4
The phrase " i'm lovin' it " (note how I wrote it) is a McDonald's slogan. We could give you a long explanation on how it works grammatically and how native speakers understand it, but the fact is we don't use it in daily speech. If you say this, it sounds like you're quoting a McDonald's advert.
August 20, 2014
A: Are you enjoying your dance course? B: Yes, I'm loving it. That sounds ok to me.
August 21, 2014
No, not really. That's just a slogan for McDonald's. Sometimes we might say something similar though. For example, if someone starts to get famous they might say "I'm loving all this attention". However, it's much more common for people to just say "I love .....".
August 20, 2014
I do not understand the reference to hamburger, but people do use the expression "I'm loving it" to express a feeling of enjoyment.
August 20, 2014
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