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I would just like to confirm.

1. Is the phrase, I fall in love with you, similar to 'I love you'?

2. It is wrong to say "I fall in love to you", isn't it?

3. They don't love one another, do they?

4. In this case, I can also say "They don't love each other", but 'one another' sounds more natural. Do I understand correctly?

5. Which phrase sounds natural, "Do I understand correctly?" or "Is my understanding correct?"?

I ask you a number of questions, but I would appreciate your answer.
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Anonymous1. Is the phrase, I fall in love with you, similar to 'I love you'?
2. It is wrong to say "I fall in love to you", isn't it?
These are wrong:
I fall in love with you.

I fall in love to you.

These are correct:

I'm falling in love with you.

I fell in love with you.

I fall in love with you (again) every time I see you.

Anonymous3. They don't love one another, do they?
4. In this case, I can also say "They don't love each other", but 'one another' sounds more natural. Do I understand correctly?
Yes. That seems reasonable to me.

Anonymous5. Which phrase sounds natural, "Do I understand correctly?" or "Is my understanding correct?"?
Both are fine.

CJ
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I would just like to confirm.

1. Is the phrase, I fall in love with you, similar to 'I love you'?

Yes, but the usage would be different.

2. It is wrong to say "I fall in love to you", isn't it?

Yes. Say: "i'm in love with you." or, "I'm falling in love with you."

3. They don't love one another, do they?

Well I don't know them. Emotion: wink

4. In this case, I can also say "They don't love each other", but 'one another' sounds more natural. Do I understand correctly?

Yes.

5. Which phrase sounds natural, "Do I understand correctly?" or "Is my understanding correct?"?

The first is much better.
Thank you very much for your helps, CalifJim, Anonymous. I will take care the usages 'I fell in love with you' etc.

'I'm falling in love with you.' doesn't indicate the meaning of future such as 'will', but just present continuous, right?

Thank you!
Anonymous'I'm falling in love with you.' doesn't indicate the meaning of future such as 'will'
No.

Anonymousbut just present continuous, right?
Right.

CJ
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Thank you so much again, CalifJim. Emotion: smile
I am fall in love with you

I am fall in love with you No.

say

eg I fell in love with you

eg I am falling in lov with you.

Clive

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