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    were born a perfect couple?

    What is the difference between the following two sentences? Thank you a lot.

    A. They were born a perfect couple.
    B. They were meant for each other.

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    Re: were born a perfect couple?

    The difference is that the second is natural English; the first, in my opinion, is not.

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