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    are these correct?

    1) I will dedicate this song to the bride and bridegroom and i wish their marriage life will be like the lyric of the song.
    2) I hope they both will use this song as an example to follow.

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    Re: are these correct?

    I'm not a teacher....

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    1) I will dedicate this song to the bride and bridegroom and i wish their marriage life will be like the lyric of the song.
    2) I hope they both will use this song as an example to follow.
    For the first one, I would probably say something like this:
    I dedidate this song to the bride and groom - my wish for them is that their married life be like the words of the song.

    The second sentence is fine.

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