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    Default Re: "How long are you married?"

    That would be the south... but the US does have lots of little pockets where old things survive. Maybe he's right, in some places.

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    It's completely odd to me.

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    Default Re: "How long are you married?"

    Quote Originally Posted by BobK View Post
    I'm not very good at geography (), but might this have been in a part of the USA with a strong francophone backgrround (e.g. Louisiana?) I've had French students who had trouble with this point.

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    That's interesting. There was a French Catholic Church not far from where I grew up. It was surrounded by a large French community.

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