He looks twice as good today as the day we were married.

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Is this sentence correct?

He looks twice as good today as the day we were married.
 

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Yes. The "he did/he looked" before "the day" is implied.
 

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Thanks Emsr2d2.

English Language is so flexible that the more I learn about English, the less I know. It is so exciting language and you, all teachers here, are really making me much more interested in learning this fascinating language. I have really enjoyed studying and learning more about it since I joined this forum. This is because all of you. I really appreciate all your valuable work.
 

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You could also say the day we married.
 

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Or "the day we got married" (BrE).
 
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