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    2. @AmiraB no worries! you could also say it in past tense: 'Juan and Margarita got married' if they married recently :)

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    2. you are sending me a photo of what night is like in Saint Petersburg

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    2. Married (from the verb "to marry=casarse")

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    2. A man is always "Mr". Sometimes a young boy is called "master". Whether he is married does not matter. A teacher might be called "Mr Smith" or "Sir" (or if it's a very good school, the teacher might have a title like Dr Smith). For a woman, traditionally it was Miss before marriage and Mrs after. Some people now order to use Ms regardless of marriage, and some use Mrs even if not married. If you want to address a woman politely and don't know what she prefers, you could also say "Ma'am". Pupils often call a female teacher Miss even if she is married, but I think this is the only time that is normal. Maybe in the old days married women were never teachers? Men: Mr ("mister") for all adults Women: Miss for single women Ms (pronounced "Mizz") for all adults Mrs ("misses") for married women Ma'am (pronounced "mahm") to be very respectful.

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    2. Do you study or work? Are you married or single, or what is your marital status? Do you live in this house with your parents or is it your own house? Do you rent or is it your own house? What is your level of education? Currently, do you work or are you unemployed Are you on social security? Do you have your own car? Do you have internet access in your house? Do you have radio or do you listen to a station? What type of music do you listen to? What do you do in your free time? Do you exercise and how often? How healthy do you think you are? Are you currently taking any medication? What are the floors of your house made of? How many bedrooms does your house have? How many full bathrooms does your house have and if you have any, how many toilets? How many water tanks do you have? (if you mean agua caliente, we would say 'hot water heater', otherwise nobody here has water tanks) If you have a gas water heater, do you use gas cylinders or natural gas? How many spotlights or lamps does your house have? How many people live in your house? What are the names of the people who live in this house? How many people in this house are children? How many of those people are under 18? How many are adults older than 25? How many people of the third age(?????) are there in this house? (Maybe you mean 'seniors' = personas mayores, tipicamente más de 65 años) Do you rely on a cistern in your house? How many TV's are in this house? How many floors / levels are there in this house? What is the roof of your house made of? Do you have pets and how many do you have? What types of pets do you have?

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