Which is better you loved or you love as in a sentence?
if it was in the past just you loved me before but not anymore so you loved but if you still love me so we can say you love me .
your loved ones
The present perfect tense of the verb love is have loved or has loved. We would say: I have loved, you have loved, we have loved, they have loved, he has loved, she has loved, and it has loved (although it is hard to think of a sentence using it has loved.)
Answer I don't know about you, but I'd sooner be loved than be the one to love. It's better to be loved by everyone than to love everyone and get nothing in return. When you have someone who loves you, what else do you need in life?
What Eddie Arnold song contains the lyrics 'wish that I had loved you better wish that I could love you more now I know what love is for'?
That is the name of the Song " I wish I had loved you better"
No, that sentence is not correct. That sentence should be: If you have been in love for 6 years.
No, the word 'loved' is not a pronoun. The word 'loved' is the past participle, past tense of the verb to love. The past participle of the verb also functions as an adjective. EXAMPLES verb: We loved that new movie. adjective: That's his much loved bear named Spot. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. The pronoun that takes the place of the noun 'love' in a… Read More
well, it means that those who have loved and lost have at least experinced the joys of love as opposed to those that never loved at all
She loved him, but he did not feel the same way. It was unrequited love.
(unrequited - not shared or returned in kind) He loved the princess, but his love was unrequited.
Does anyone know a quote thats rather sad and short and easy to understand and talks about life or love?
It is better to have loved and lost that love, than never to have loved at all.
Anything But Love - 1989 It's Better to Have Loved and Flossed 2-9 was released on: USA: 22 November 1989
In the present of our loved ones we will exchange vows of marriage in Christ's love My question is the word present used correctly in this sentence?
The word present is used incorrectly in this sentence. 'present' usually means: * a gift * to make known formally * to produce and this does not make sense in the context of the sentence. The sentence should read: "In the presence of our loved ones we will exchange vows of marriage in Christ's love"
it's better to have loved and lost than to never haved loved at all; loss and love
A true tragedy could be loving someone with all your heart and at one time they also loved you, but, in time they leave and also leave their ex partner with feelings of heartache. It is better to go through the misery of lost love than to pretend you love someone out of a need of your own or feeling sorry for that person. The quote, 'It is better to have loved than not loved… Read More
The pagans thought it was important to propitiate the gods with sacrifices. This is love, not that we loved God, but that He loved us and sent His Son to be the propitiation for our sins.
fire star always loved spotted leaf but after she died he fell in love with sand storm. the main answer is he loved both but since he knew sand storm better he loved her
I would have loved to meet your friend.
this is a big thing...its better not to try
Sad one: How I miss him! :( Happy one: How beautiful you look today! :) Love one: How I loved him, and how he loved me! <3 How crazy I am to put this as an answer! :D
The doctor was a strong believer in humanism; he loved helping people get better.
I doubt its possible but its better to have loved and lost than not to have loved at all. Its a silly philosophy coz if you don't get over him and move on you'll be miserable and unhappy for the rest of your life and when that happens you tned to forget which part is better. Get up and search for someone else who is willing to love you for who you are and someone… Read More
I loved you just as you loved me
Yes. For example. "I found it difficult to love in war-torn Berlin, but Paris was a different story. I loved there easily."
It is always better to give than receive as in the end it makes us feel good too.
It could either mean: a) love is so awesome a feeling that its better to have it and then have it torn away from you than if you went your entire life never feeling it. b) You suck penis.
Which preposition is better to use with grief in this sentence moment of grief at or grief over the loss of a beloved?
Grief over the loss of a loved one sounds better.
Ramit name has origin From Sanskrit Ramita. Which is better known for loved or to be loved. If we break the sentence we will find that it's the one who can make a place for him in everyone's heart.
He loved that he would be a better person and caring with the Beales
That means he has changed his preferences. Relationship works that way, you love someone till you find a better one.
To love I give my heart, I surrender my soul, I offer myself in humble servitude. To love I adore, I exhale in awe struck amazement, I bask in the splendor love. To love I hurt, I breathlessly wonder why love, when what I give isn't what I get. To love her it hurts, to be loved but not by her is maddening, so madly in love. To love and be loved? I have loved… Read More
it is better to be LOVED :)
You Smell Better Than A Rose
Try a mix. My heart lay in waiting for your love, and when your love was earnt, I loved. Now that you're gone, my heart lays bleeding for your love.
They loved each other. He loved chocolate.
He loved her with all his heart, she simply felt they were friends. His love was unrequited. Hope this helps a little x
"We performers love correct grammar" is better!
It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all
No, it is not best to not care .. it is better to have loved then never having loved at all. Unless there is something genetically wrong with an individual it is impossible not to care about certain things in one's life.
both, you can not be happy when you're loved but you don't love neither when you live but you're not loved back.
Idealize is a verb. She loved her boyfriend, but given her past experiences, she knew better than to idealize the relationship.
He loved his wife.
the definition of love and be loved is if u love someone enough that they'll start to love you back
no love lost between them love triangle make a love connection love the one you're with true love the love of one's life puppy love love is blind unlucky / lucky in love a face only a mother could love crazy in love misery loves company better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all all is fair in love and war love conquers all the love of money is the… Read More
Ricky loved Lucy in 'I Love Lucy'.
He means that it is better to have been in love at some point, as it is a great powerful feeling, rather than never being in love, and had that powerful feeling in your life. As every experience in life, you learn from it, and being in love is a learning experience. Even if it does not end the way you wanted or planned, at least it will excel your life experiences, and teach you… Read More
to be loved as to love is an old saying. A lady said it to her rappist because he asked her if she loved him. then she was killed because he got mad. but to be loved as to love can be used today just to tell someone how you feel about them.
It is both difficult to love and to be loved. You must have the same feelings towards the person or it wont actually be LOVE To be loved is more difficult.
No, but it is usually better if you love them, if you don't like them, you'll probably end up liking them anywhere. Be Prepared!
It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. Remember don't cry because its over smile because it happened, the pain will go away and you will get over it. It just might take a bit of time. Also make sure you have your friends around they can make a situation feel so much better. If you actually love someone you will never get over them. You can say… Read More
Yes. The books are very different and better. I love both. I saw the tv show first, loved it, then got the books. loved them more!