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    #1

    good couple

    The following sentences are translated from a Chinese idiomatic phrase. Which one is acceptable and natural to native speakers?

    1. You two makes a perfect couple!
    2. You seem to be made for one anther.
    3. You make good couple.
    4. You are made for each other.
    5. Two becomes one.

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    Re: good couple

    1. You two makes a perfect couple!
    2. You seem to be made for one another.
    3. You make a good couple.
    4. You are made for each other.
    5. Two becomes one.

    #5 is not natural. The others are fine, with the corrections.

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