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- John and Alice are getting married.
I would like to ask if the sentence could have two meanings.
1- They are getting married to each other.
2- They have each own spouse and they are getting married to them. Namely Alice and John are not getting married to each other.
We would normally assume the first meaning. The second is possible in the right context, though I would add 'both' after 'are' to make the intended meaning clearer.