Dear teachers,

Would you please help me finish the following sentence?

Tony's wife ………… (what can I add here, the fact that she is pregnant ? or something else ?) OF TWO WEEKS visited her cousin at the beach.

Many thanks,
Hela, I don't understand what's wrong with it as it stands.

Tony's wife of two weeks - this means they were married two weeks ago.

Did you need to include the information that she is pregnant?
A little morbid, but you could add to the sentence this way:

Tony's wife of two weeks nearly drowned when she visited her cousin at the beach.

(Or are you really supposed to separate "wife" and "of two weeks"?)
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You're right, Grammar Geek.

You're idea is great, Yankee. I'll use it. Emotion: smile

All the best,

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