If I wish to say "I was very fond of ... ", how would I say this? A quick internet search told me that most people tend to use "aimais", but that gives me the impression that "I liked" or "I loved". Is there any other way of expressing the above statement?
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If you mean "I was very fond of ..." an activity then you can say "J'étais très féru de ..." or more commonly "J'aimais beaucoup ..."
You also use "j'apprécie beaucoup..."
A simple formula would be amoureux, -euse de.
The root is amour.