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Rin00
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My wife and I argue all of the time. If we're not lighting into one another over finances, we're constantly accusing one another of adultery. It's not always clear who's right and who's wrong, and sometimes it hardly seems to matter. However, our marriage is in trouble, and we need help. There may be a mistake in the way the underlined sentence is written. If you find a mistake, choose the answer that corrects the mistake. If there is no mistake, choose "Correct as is." A) Correct as is B) Still, our marriage is in trouble, and we need help. C) Without question, our marriage is in trouble, and we need help. D) In spite of this, our marriage is in trouble, and we need help.

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Edgarvasquez71

C  is the answer I believe. But hang in there and look back to the reason why you married him.

JackStrouse

its c.) you should really get help its unhealthy be in  relationship like that.

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