I have really enjoyed it.vsI really enjoy it.

bennyfriendly

Senior Member
korean
I have made up the example below.

(1) I have done some mountaineering before. I really enjoy it and will do it again soon.

My non-English speaking friends think the simple present tense of the verb, enjoy, is wrong. So, they revised it to make (2) below.

(2) .... I have really enjoyed it and will do it again soon.

Who is correct? Please give me your feedback. Thanks a lot for all your time and help.
 
  • Roxxxannne

    Senior Member
    English (northeastern US)
    In American English, I would use 'I really enjoyed it' if I had only done it once or twice. If I do mountaineering often as a regular part of my outdoor recreation, I'd say "I really enjoy it.'
     

    lingobingo

    Senior Member
    English - England
    I have done some mountaineering before. I have really enjoyed it and will do it again soon. :cross:

    I have done some mountaineering before. I really enjoyed it and will do it again soon. :tick:
     
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