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Obviously, the husband is insensitive to his wife's company, is immature, and is selfish.
Do I really need to use is before immature and selfish, if I keep to use is,is that the whole sentence correct? Thanks!
Sorry, I think that I should post more to make my originally sentence clearly.
For example, her husband always spends his time at home, stuck in front of the computer playing computer games, and will not allow his wife to interrupt him. Obviously, the husband is insensitive to his wife's company, is immature, and is selfish. However, he always has excuses to justify his behavior, such as feels stressful from working or some other lame excuse.
Obviously, the husband is selfish, immature and insensitive to his wife's needs.
I think the wife needs the husband to spend time with her, his attention, his company.
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