Q: I heard you started a new job. __________ (enjoy) it?
The correct answer is are you enjoying it.(Page 3, intermediate grammar in use)
I wonder if do you enjoy it is also a correct answer. It sounds just right to my (albeit non-native) ears.
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"Are you liking it?" and "Are you enjoying it?" are somewhat odd constructs because they imply an active, incomplete action; you either like something or you don't. But this is very common and certainly not incorrect. To my American ears, "Are you enjoying it?" has a slight overtone that implies "... so far?" -- recognizing that the person's opinion is based on a limited time and could change. "Do you enjoy it?" is a bit more permanent. But the listener would reply the same way to either question.