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    #1

    mentally/psychologically

    My friend is getting ready for marriage, and want to give him a tip that


    1. You should be mentally prepared for marriage
    2. You should be psychologically prepared for marriage


    Which sentence is correct and why?

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    Re: mentally/psychologically

    Neither is correct without a punctuation mark at the end.

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    Re: mentally/psychologically

    With a punctuation mark they are both grammatically correct sentences.

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