Does this sound natural and polite? 1. There are several things that you must accept will come up first if you want to marry me. 2. There are one condition that you must accept, if you want to marry me, and that is we live together with my parents. 3. You can marry me under one condition, and that is we live together with my parents.
Aug 2, 2019 12:23 AM
Answers · 5
The third option sounds the most natural. I would rephrase it to sound a bit more polite. Try this instead, "If you'd like to marry me, you must know that we will have to live with my parents." You may also try, "The only thing I ask is that we live with my parents once we are married." You may also want to followup with, "Is that OK with you?" I hope this helps!
August 2, 2019
1. Leave out will come up. 2. There IS one condition 3. OK Check comma placement.
August 2, 2019
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