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    Is this sentence correct:

    1-I danced with her in her wedding dress.
    (She was wearing the wedding dress).

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    Re: adverb

    Looks like a set-up for a joke, Navi, because grammatically either could be wearing the gown; accurate interpretation relies on common knowledge of who would normally be wearing it.

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