What is the correct form?
Do you say " I liked reading about this. " or do you say " I've liked reading about this. " ? I am always wondering what if the correct way to write this. I am not a native so sometimes I need a little guidance
English has many forms. The best way to figure out what it is correct. You need to use a dictionary. You can buy a CD program and listen to the forms. You need to enroll in an English for non English speaking language classes. You are going to get good. Good luck my dear.
You have to look at the words used. I've is I have, so let's use it that way and see if it sounds right.
"I have liked reading about this", it doesn't sound right to me. so
"I liked reading about this" is the correct words to use, or let's say "I liked reading about America" for instance.
Thank you Mara. It makes sense and I don't know why I haven't thought about it. This way is really easy to recognize the correct form. Thank you for taking the time to answer.
Have a nice day.
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