Any other

A: You’re unlike any other woman I’ve ever met. Move in with me.
B: Sean. No, it’s too soon. What will people think?
A: They’re already thinking it.
B: And I’m tired of lying. I’m tired of pretending.

Question 1) We have to use singular noun after “any other”, right?
Question 2) “already” is not used in past or present prefect tense, also in present continuous tense?
Question 3) I thought after the verb “think” always comes with a preposition “about” or “of”, something like that, so it is not true, right?

Thank you!!!

The conversation is grammatically correct.

  1. not necessarily, you just have to balance it with the subject. ex. “They are unlike any other group” any other does not imply the subject is singular it is just comparing the subject to something.

  2. I would say don’t get too focused on specific grammar elements to this extent. Here the statement is that “people have (already) begun thinking about it”

  3. “I don’t think that is accurate.” Think is just like any other verb.