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These photos shows the place where me and my wife had vacation before we're getting married.
This mean my sentence wrong ?. Can i says that my sentence still can be used and "before we're getting married" was correct? Thanks
It would help to know the precise order of events, but in general, 'before we're getting married' will be awkward, if not incorrect.
Again, presuming that first (1) you went on vacation, and then (2) you got married, the sentence would be:
These photos show the place where my wife and I had our (or 'a') vacation before we got married.
I hope this helps,