"separation" and "separated" in terms of marital status.       How do we use "separation" and "separated" in terms of marital status. Thank you so much.
May 4, 2019 2:54 PM
Comments · 2

I will try to explain using my perspective and the little knowledge that I acquired, but I am not native neither a professional teacher, just a student.

Separation is a NOUN, so I can say. My SEPARATION was like a cold war, without any shooting but with a huge pressure and a heavy atmosphere.

Separated, it can be an ADJECTIVE or the past tense of a VERB= I think she is a SEPARATED girl, so why I cannot try something with her, considering that I am SEPARATED too.

May 4, 2019
In general, when a wife and a husband start living apart from each other - they are separated (but still legally married). A legal separation of marriage occurs either through court proceedings or with an informal agreement. This process saves you significant legal expenses and gives you time to work out your differences.
May 4, 2019