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I am confused with these words.For example, ' She is getting married tommorow ' .Why need to use married instead of marrys because what i thought is married for past tense.But this sentence haven't pass yet because it says tommorow.Why?
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Married is the past tense and also the past participle for the passive voice (be married, get married). As it happens, the form 'get married' has become more popular than the other forms.

She is getting married tomorrow.
She is being married tomorrow.
She marries / is marrying tomorrow.
Her marriage is tomorrow.

These are all grammatically fine, but the first is by far the most popular form nowadays. Notice some other differences:

She is getting married to Bruce tomorrow.
She is being married to Bruce tomorrow.
She marries / is marrying Bruce tomorrow.
Her marriage to/with Bruce is tomorrow.
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'married' reflects a state in this sentence. Married is the past participle of marry.

She is going to get married soon.

She is getting married tomorrow.
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why marrys cannot.When to use marry and married.i'm confused.I am begginer in English.Can you please explain in detail? But eventhough is tommorow,is it have to use past participle eventhough the action havent happened yet.I thought past partciple for action has been done ?
'Marrys' is not the correct verb form.

Use 'marry' and 'married' as I have already shown you. The past participle form is not important here; these are all correct English future forms:

Mary is getting married tomorrow.
Mary is going to get married tomorrow.
Mary will get married tomorrow.
Mary is to get married tomorrow.
Mary gets married tomorrow.

I will not explain all of these future forms to you now because your English level is too low. Ask me again next year.
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