DO YOU "FALL OVER" OFTEN?
This one is a bit difficult to explain but it generally revolves around the fact that Spanish people get very confused between these: 1) Fall over, 2)Fall down, 3) Fall off.
So let me explain them quickly. 1) "Fall over" is when you are in walking in the street and you slip and fall. 2) Is when you are in a house and "fall down" the stairs (for example). In other words a downward movement. 3) "Fall off" is used when you are positioned on something high (like a horse) and you "fall off" the horse.
Hope that helps!
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