| | Did you know . . . ?
Which sounds right to you? Both questions refer to the fact that Mary is married now.
1) Did you know that Mary is married?
2) Did you know that Mary was married?
And why do we use Did you know instead of Do you know?
I got myself into a bit of a mess in class and now the more I think about it the more I'm getting confused.
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