We learned that present progressive form is not available when related to the human emotion we have. But I can see the example using 'present progressive' in the sentence. for example, 'I am still loving you.' or ' I am lovin' it' What is the reason why we can use the present progressive form in the sentence? Please, tell me.


That a stative verb cannot be used with a progressive aspect is a huge myth. According to The Teacher's Grammar of English, we can use the form stative progressive to make the statement sound more emotional, intense, and vivid.


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