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Hello,

Are these sentences grammatically correct.

Ben meets his friend tomorrow. -If I am not mistaken present simple can be used with a scheduled event like this too. It more looks like a plan to me..

We are loving being together.

We are loving to be together.

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Nina_NiaBen meets his friend tomorrow. -If I am not mistaken present simple can be used with a scheduled event like this too. It more looks like a plan to me..
Present Simple used with "tomorrow" usually implies a scheduled event or something that takes place on a regular basis. If today is Wednesday and tomorrow is Thursday, the listener might assume that Ben meets his friend every Thursday. More context would help.
Nina_NiaWe are loving being together. We are loving to be together.
I believe "We love being together." would be much more natural. The continuous tense suggests that the state is temporary so the "loving" is happening right now. At any rate, "loving being together" sounds far better to me than "loving to be together" does for reasons I can't explain, I'm afraid.
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Hi,

1. Ben meets his friend tomorrow -- OK. If that is a scheduled event as you state, then it sounds fine to me.
Meeting someone is an event that is likely to be arranged in advance. Simple present can apply to a case like this.

2. We are loving being together. -- Wrong. Do not use the continuous tenses with love. We love to be / being together.

3. We are loving to be together. -- Wrong. See the previous comment.

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I don't know. Is it a scheduled event? In that sentence Ben was just going to meet his friend.

This is where I found it. That's why I was confused.
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We do use verbs which express states and are normally not used with the Present Progressive. Watch the difference in meaning.
They love being together. (They are not together now.)
They are loving being together. (They are together now.)

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