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    A grammar question

    Is it correct to say: Mary is not only married but she also has two children.
    Please pay attention to the two facts:being married & having children.

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    Re: A grammar question

    You could, but being married and having children are failrly natural connections, so I think there would need to be a reason for using the not only...but also structure. If you were correcting someone who thought that she was single, then it would work.


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    Re: A grammar question

    Thank you tdol for your help.

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