爱上某人别老是说fall in love with sb/sth啦
Anyone would think you were in love with the girl
He had always been in love with the enchanted landscape of the West.
The girls fell in love with Dublin on previous visits. They said that what they liked was the buzz about the place.
She’s fallen in love with the grasslands.
Working with Ford closely, I fell in love with the cinema.
She has fallen madly in love with him
He was in love with her, although he did not put that name to it.
She scandalised her family by falling in love with a married man.
I’ve never really been in love with anyone
She fell in love with someone and ran off with him
With my usual vanity, I thought he might be falling in love with me.
I was so in love with him and all my friends said what a good catch he was.
I fell in love with him because of his kind nature
Slowly but surely she started to fall in love with him
take a fancy to sb/sth
He took a fancy to the girl.
The King took a fancy to ordering disguises and masks.
Sylvia took quite a fancy to him.
I think young Peter has taken quite a fancy to that girl next door.
He seems to have taken a fancy to one of the girls.
He seemed to have taken quite a fancy to her.