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    #1

    bring miseries to marriage

    Are the following sentences acceptable? Which is better?

    1. Poverty and humbleness forever bring miseries to marriage.
    2.
    Everything is miserable in the marriage of the poor and humble couple.

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    Re: bring miseries to marriage

    It depends what you mean by 'acceptable'.

    They are both grammatically correct, but patently untrue.

    Plenty of poor and humble couples are very happily married.

    Rover

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