Arranged or love marriage? Fill in the blanks with a, an, the, or 0 (nothing)



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Arranged or love marriage?

Fill in the blanks with a, an, the, or 0 (nothing)

Have you ever thought about what kind of marriage you’d like, arranged and love? Which do you prefer? In this essay I’m going to outline some similarities and differences between ______ two.

First, let’s highlight some similarities. ______ primary one is spouses share love and commitment in both cases. In ______ arranged marriage, bonds may grow more after ______ wedding while in ______ love marriage, ______ bonds may grow more before but in either case, there will be ______ strong connection. ______ second point in common is that both types of unions can provide ______ stable, secure environment for children. In fact, research shows that how ______ parents came together is less important than, simply, that they do stay together rather than divorce. Last, everybody knows that both in love and arranged marriages, there will be ______ good and bad times. In ______ former, fights may involve individuals whereas in ______ latter, other family members may be more involved but, regardless, there will be conflicts that require resolution.

Turning to differences, ______ significant one is that ______ arranged marriage is more of ______ contract between families and society. In contrast, ______ love marriage tends to focus more on ______ two partners rather than extended family members. ______ Another noteworthy distinction is that partners in arranged marriages are more likely to be ______ same nationality and religion. Their counterparts, however, may well differ in these aspects. Finally, some people would argue that in ______ love marriage, people know each other better before they tie ______ knot. Those who are matched up, however, will probably not know each other very well before marriage.

To sum up, we can see numerous similarities and differences between ______ two types of matrimony. I prefer ______ love marriage because it’s more representative of my background as ______ Canadian. Moreover, I think I know myself better than ______ my parents and can make ______ better decision.

Arranged or love marriage?

Note: you can write either “a” or “the” love/arranged marriage below. Be consistent: choose either “a” or “the” throughout.

Have you ever thought about what kind of marriage you’d like, arranged and love? Which do you prefer? In this essay I’m going to outline some similarities and differences between the two.

First, let’s highlight some similarities. A/the primary one is spouses share love and commitment in both cases. In an arranged marriage, bonds may grow more after the wedding while in a love marriage, the bonds may grow more before but in either case, there will be a strong connection. A/the second point in common is that both types of unions can provide a stable, secure environment for children. In fact, research shows that how the parents came together is less important than, simply, that they do stay together rather than divorce. Last, everybody knows that both in love and arranged marriages, there will be good and bad times. In the former, fights may involve individuals whereas in the latter, other family members may be more involved but, regardless, there will be conflicts that require resolution.

Turning to differences, a significant one is that an arranged marriage is more of a contract between families and society. In contrast, a love marriage tends to focus more on the two partners rather than extended family members. Another noteworthy distinction is that partners in arranged marriages are more likely to be the same nationality and religion. Their counterparts, however, may well differ in these aspects. Finally, some people would argue that in a love marriage, people know each other better before they tie the knot. Those who are matched up, however, will probably not know each other very well before marriage.

To sum up, we can see numerous similarities and differences between the two types of matrimony. I prefer a love marriage because it’s more representative of my background as a Canadian. Moreover, I think I know myself better than my parents and can make a better decision.


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