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    #1

    you were fallen in love

    Hello

    One of my friends believes the following senence is correct and it means to fall in love without realizing! He says it is what a native speaker of English has told him!

    Is he right? I strongly believe it is wrong. What do you think?

    you were fallen in love

    Thanks.
    Last edited by Nathan Mckane; 22-Jul-2011 at 12:56.

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    #2

    Re: you were fallen in love

    It's wrong. These are fine:

    You were falling in love.
    You had fallen in love.

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