Re: In fall or in the fall
In BrE, we use "autumn" not "fall" for the season and, in your sentence, we would not necessarily use the article (though there's nothing wrong with it).
Originally Posted by Naeem PTC
Leaves fall from the trees in autumn.
Leaves fall from the trees in the autumn.
If a tree is "in leaf" it means it currently has leaves on its branches. If it is "coming into leaf" then the leaves are starting to show through.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.