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United Kingdom

I just want to express the condition of marriage.

which one is right?

1. i’m married to her for 3 years.

2. i’ve been married to her for 3 years.

One more question,

What’s the difference between following two sentences.

1. i’ll marry you.

2. i’ll get marry you.

04:14 PM May 06 2012 |

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Teacher AmySuper Member!

United States

Hi! Nice questions. You should say, “I’ve been married to her for 3 years.” Use the present perfect tense (have been + verb) to talk about things that were true in the past and are still true now.

We don’t say “I’ll get marry you,” but you can say “I’ll get married to you.” To get married to someone and to marry someone mean the same thing.


07:02 PM May 07 2012 |



United Kingdom

Thanks a lot. “Will you marry me??” is the typical ment when a man proposes, isn’t it???

08:04 PM May 07 2012 |

Teacher AmySuper Member!

United States

Yep, that’s right!Wink

09:51 PM May 08 2012 |