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In spite of
In spite of being married, many girls hit on him.
Is this sentence considered right? I think itīs awkward, because the first part refers to the man, and the subject of the second sentence is many girls. Am I correct?
Re: In spite of
It's not clear, it needs to be rephrased a little: "In spite of his being married, many girls hit on him".
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