Hi, everyone! I have been wondering about this sentence (which was taken from a paper test in my country) for some time. Here is my question. People give cards and gifts to the ___________ couple at the anniversary party. A. married B. anniversary C. wedding D. engaged Of the choices given, I can omit “C & D” because we are talking about “the anniversary party” and I personally think that the answer must be “anniversary”, never be “married”, because the only couple who are receiving special treat in the anniversary party is only “the anniversary couple”. However, I have a feeling that this sentence has somewhat redundances because if “B” is correct, we will have a sentence like this “People give cards and gifts to the anniversarycouple at the anniversary party. In short, what I want to clarify is that if “B. anniversary” is the best choice here? Suppose “B” is correct, should we rewrite the sentence a little bit so that it doesn’t have to repeat “anniversary” the second time in a sentence. Thanks a lot for your valuable help in this matter.