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?