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How do I use two 'verbs' in one sentence? (Example "The first time I saw you I fell in love")

 

Hello.
I know from the first time I show you is something like
처음부터 난 당신을 봤어요

and I loved you is
사랑했어요

but how do I change it to combine the two?
(also double question: how do I say I fell in love instead of it saying I LOVED you [as if I no longer love you])

Can you use the example: The first time I saw you I fell in love.
Thank you ^^

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Before answering your question,
    처음부터 난 당신을 봤어요 this sounds awkward because this means
    I saw you from the first time.

    Well, to combine the two sentences 'I knew that I'll love you from the first time I saw you,'
    당신을 처음 본 순간부터 당신을 사랑하게 되리란 걸 알았어요.

    Or did you mean this? 'The first time I saw you I fell in love' (the examples in the sentences above are split so I was not sure.)
    Then it's like 당신을 처음 본 순간 사랑에 빠졌어요. (or 당신을 사랑하게 됐어요)

    also, fall in love is more like 사랑에 빠지다
    and 'loved' is 사랑했다 just like English, in past tense.

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