My aloe vera's leaves are dying. Can anyone tell me what is wrong with it?
I doubt it is dying. I believe it is loosing lower leaves, because it is not getting enough sunlight. If you do not have a window, buy a small desk top grow light. One with that is full spectrum and white light (no red/blue lights). Something like the link below. It's about $35 in Canada, it will be about $10 cheaper if you are in the States.
I would also recommend you keep your plant on the dry side. As long as it is not getting some good sunlight. If you do buy the grow light you can water it normally, let the soil dry out or the leaves curl a little before you give it a good soak. Keeping it on the dry side means never giving it a soak. Just enough water to survive until it can get outside for the summer.
There are other methods you can use. I am sure others will share. These are the ones that have worked for me.
I already told you this, you have a Aloiampelos ciliaris, not a Aloe vera. The care is similar. You can still use the leaves for burns.