Has been married or was married?

Has been married meaning?

I have been married is used to mean the continued act of marriage. It would be used to refer to the number of years of marriage. ” I have been married for 30 years this spring” I’m married is used is a state at a point in time, usually now or the present. It means I am married. ”

Has been or have been married?

The most common is to use present perfect tense (“have” + past participle): We have been married for 15 years. You could refer to the marriage ceremony itself as a past event. This would not be typical for responding to the question, “How long have you been married?”

Have been married or have been being married?

Signal Modulation. To be (married) is not a dynamic verb – it is a stative verb. Using the present perfect with “to be” means that the state is ongoing at the present time. If you say “we have been married for three years” it means that your marriage was three years ago and that you are still married.

Which is correct married to or married with?

Both are correct. When we use male name first, we say married with. When we use female name first, we say married to.

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Are have been?

The auxiliary verb ‘are’ is used as the plural form of the auxiliary verb ‘is’, and it is used in the present continuous tense. On the other hand, the form ‘have been’ is used as the preset perfect continuous form of any given verb. This is the main difference between the two words.

Have you previously been married meaning?

That means you have been priviously married.. meaning you are not now anymore. Nothing to be confused by. May be I am, as I don’t want to make any mistake. So, asking for a clarification.

Will have been marrying?

Generally if you say, “will have been,” it means that state of being / activity has continued over the period of time mentioned. In this example, the marriage has lasted for 25 years, so you say you “will have been married.”

Had married or had been married?

“Had been married” or “Had + past participle” is the past perfect tense used to show that two events happened in the past, and one of them happened first. If you say: “Annie and Alan have been married since July.” (Present Perfect) it means that they are still married.

Have been married is which tense?

“I have been married” is the present perfect tense, based on the condition in the sentence “I am married.” It points to a condition from the past that is still in effect (continuing to) now, and will likely continue on into the future.

Is married with grammatically correct?

For married people the expression is more normally “married to”, e.g. “John is married to Alan”. As an adjective you could say “John and Alan are married”. In the past tense you’d say “John married Alan”. “Marry with” is also grammatically correct but is commonly used with impersonal objects.

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Why do we say married to?

We use the preposition “to” when we use “to marry” in the passive voice with the verbs Be and Get. We use “to” when we include the name. I was married to John for 6 years. I got married to John last year.

What preposition is used with married?

I raised this point with him that “to” is the only preposition which is used after the word “married”.