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    WAS MARRIED

    Hello
    Could you be so kind to explain me grammar in this part of the sentence?

    he was married and ....
    Is WAS an auxiliary verb and MARRIED is the main verb?
    THANKS for your time and help
    elena

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    Re: WAS MARRIED

    Yes.

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    Re: WAS MARRIED

    Quote Originally Posted by elenah View Post
    Hello
    Could you be so kind as to explain to me the grammar in this part of the sentence?

    He was married and ....
    Is "was" an auxiliary verb and "married" is the main verb?
    THANKS Thanks for your time and help.
    elena
    "He was married and ..." is a fragment, not a sentence.

    As for your question, have a look here:
    https://www.usingenglish.com/glossar...iary-verb.html

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    Re: WAS MARRIED

    Even though the post is a fragment, "was" is an auxiliary verb.

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    Re: WAS MARRIED

    Elenah, just click the Thank button on any posts you find helpful.

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