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Is the present continuous idiomatic in "I'm liking to take it easy on the weekend"?

I like to take it easy on weekends sounds like a general preference, not a change of pace. "I just started to like taking it easy on the weekends" is the idiomatic English phrase that ...
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Is the present continuous idiomatic in "I'm liking to take it easy on the weekend"?

Putting aside the question of whether it's grammatical, the problem here is not with the present continuous. Because you're using it, your audience will likely assume you plan to continue taking it ...
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Is it correct to use the word 'made' in the present continuous or simple present tense?

This sentence is in the passive voice, where the simple present is is made and the present progressive is is being made.
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Is the present continuous idiomatic in "I'm liking to take it easy on the weekend"?

From what you describe, I think most of the answers are not really conveying what you seek. I'd suggest instead: "I've been enjoying taking it easy on the weekend." which (at least around ...
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Is the present continuous idiomatic in "I'm liking to take it easy on the weekend"?

No, that doesn't sound quite right. Since you want to convey the change, I might instead suggest: I'm liking 'taking it easy' on the weekend as an idiomatic way to say it: the phrase "taking it ...
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Is the present continuous idiomatic in "I'm liking to take it easy on the weekend"?

If you just started relaxing on your weekends and are enjoying it, you might say, "I'm liking taking it easy on the weekends". The only context in which you'd use this form is one where you'...
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Is the present continuous idiomatic in "I'm liking to take it easy on the weekend"?

No, "I'm liking to take it easy on the weekend," is not idiomatic English. A better to phrase it might be, "I like taking it easy on the weekend."
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