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    gchman is offline Junior Member
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    Exclamation married to vs married with

    Hello there.

    The second one is technically correct? or absolutely wrong?

    He has been married to her for three hours.
    He has been married with her for three hours.


    Please help me.

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    Default Re: married to vs married with

    Quote Originally Posted by gchman View Post
    Hello there.

    The second one is technically correct? or absolutely wrong?

    He has been married to her for three hours.
    He has been married with her for three hours.


    Please help me.
    The second one is wrong. "Married to" is the correct expression.

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