Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Marry"

The meaning of "Marry" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does i shall marry her mean?
A: Shall is used as an emphatic version of will.
Q: What does will you marry my mean?
A: em sẽ lấy anh chứ
Q: What does "Somehow even he's married." mean?
A: He is weird/odd/undesirable but he is still able to find someone and get married
Q: What does marry
mean?
A: When two people who loves each other very much wants to live together forever.... something like that
Q: What does when we marry off you mean?
A: It's supposed to be, " when we marry you off", but I'm going to try to rephrase this and see if it helps you understand better.
"When we (the girl's family) decide that it is time for you to get married to who we say you should..."

Example sentences using "Marry"

Q: Please show me example sentences with marry.
A: "Will you marry me?"
"By this time, next week, I'll be a married man"
"Have you heard of Madoka? She's marrying next week"
Q: Please show me example sentences with “ marry to” and “ marry with “ ( add: Which one should I use in Q.19 ) .
A: The answer is 'to'. But we don't say 'marry to', only 'married to.'
- He got married to a beautiful woman.
Or, you could say:
- He married a beautiful woman.
In the present tense, you'd say:
- He's marrying a beautiful woman.
Q: Please show me example sentences with marry you.
A: I would love to marry you
Q: Please show me example sentences with marry soon enough.
A: would you like to marry to me... I want to marry zoe.

Synonyms of "Marry" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I married and I am married ?
A: "I married John last year"

"I am married to John"
Q: What is the difference between marry and be marrid and get married ?
A: Marry and get married have the same meaning, but "get married" is more common and probably more casual.

"Be married" is about the state of being married. After someone gets married they are married.

For example,

When did you get married? (get married)

Are you married? (be married)

Also "get married" uses "to" or "with" whereas "marry" does not so:

He got married with an older woman.

He married an older woman.

Hope this helps...
Q: What is the difference between I marry and I get married ?
A: There's no difference other than you'd have to phrase things differently.
For example:
I marry him
I get married TO him

Also, when talking in the plural persons (we, you (plural) and they), "get married" is far more common.
E.g. They get married
Sounds a lot better than
They marry
Q: What is the difference between I married and I got married ?
A: "I married a man" "I got married last weekend"
Q: What is the difference between He married her and He got married to her ?
A: Could you explain what nuance you're trying to explain? てもらう here is for one's benefit, right? I don't see that nuance.

@markun 'got' is like a more casual 'became', 'he became married to her'. It's just an extra and unnecessary word, but both are common.

Translations of "Marry"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? should I marry, should not I marry
A: You can say more simply

should I marry them or not
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? would you marry me
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? will you marry me?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? marry my
A: "Marry me"

Other questions about "Marry"

Q: Who will I marry to?

who will I marry? Does this sound natural?
A: × Who will I marry to?

Second one is correct. You could also ask "Who will I be married to?"
Q: He isn’t married. He could be a divorcée though. Why don’t you ask him about it? Does this sound natural?
A: If you use the accent, you have to follow the original French rules. Divorcée is a woman who is divorced. Divorcé is a man who is divorced. I’d say it’s a lot more common to get rid of the accent and spell it divorcee for either a man or a woman.
Q: I won't marry who that is not loves me Does this sound natural?
A: "I won't marry someone who does not love me."
Q: i marry her little sister today at 11p.m. Does this sound natural?
A: You use "going to" in order to say what you will do in the future.
Q: Sad me
Just like sad marry. Does this sound natural?
A: What do you mean? Can you give me the context so that I can help you improve the sentence?

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