The women start getting sacred of their husbands.

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"The women of M religion start getting scared of their husbands from the day they get married to them."

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Women in the M religion start getting scared of their husbands when they get married to them.
 

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Tufguy, note that your thread title says sacred where you meant "scared". These similar-looking words mean very different things. Sacred has two syllables; scared​ has one. Please look both words up in a dictionary and note their pronunciation and meaning.
 

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I probably wouldn't use "in the XXX religion". I would use the religion as an adjective and move it to the start of the sentence. Let's take "Christian" as a random example.

Christian women start being scared of their husbands from the day they marry.
 

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Tufguy, note that your thread title says sacred where you meant "scared". These similar-looking words mean very different things. Sacred has two syllables; scared​ has one. Please look both words up in a dictionary and note their pronunciation and meaning.

Sorry, that's a typo.
 

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I probably wouldn't use "in the XXX religion". I would use the religion as an adjective and move it to the start of the sentence. Let's take "Christian" as a random example.

Christian women start being scared of their husbands from the day they marry.

Can we say "From the day they marry them or they get married to them (them means their husbands) or from the first day of their marriage"?
 

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tufguy, have you considered that such a sweeping generalisation about all women of a certain religion is utterly preposterous and clearly unfounded and unprovable?
 

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tufguy, have you considered that such a sweeping generalisation about all women of a certain religion is utterly preposterous and clearly unfounded and unprovable?

Please read about what is happening in India. "Uniform Civil Code" women of "x" religion want change and they are weeping. They are saying it on telivision as well.
 

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If you can't say the word (I suppose because of cultural sensitivities), that might be a sign that you shouldn't post about it.
 

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Why not, tufguy? It's a perfectly inoffensive English word.

If you are quoting from a newspaper, please provide a link to the news report that claims that all Muslim women are scared of their husbands from the day they marry.

I saw it on news. A women was telling that what they feel after getting married. That is why our government is trying to bring "uniform civil code". But they are opposing it but their women are asking for change. They want government to take this step. Nation and constitution is above all religions. I am concerened about this forum. There are a lot of extremists out there. I just do not want this forum to be banned (I hope it never happens, may god bless this forum and you guys). You guys help people a lot thats why.
 

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If you can't say the word (I suppose because of cultural sensitivities), that might be a sign that you shouldn't post about it.

It was part of my practice. I wanted to get my sentences checked that is why I didn't use that word.
 
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