Dear all,1 Take shanghai for example, based on my experience, most of my female colleagues and friends get married after 28, some of whom even enter into the marriage palace after 30. In other big cities, the phenomena are also similar and popular. Therefore, it is really no need for the parents to hurry and take their daughter into continuous blind dates.
2 Based on my experience, take, for example, Shanghai, where most of my female colleagues and friends got married after 28, even some of them entering into wedlock after 30. In other mega cities, this phenomenon is similar and common as well, therefore, there is no need for parents to push their children to accept continual blind dates.
Sentence 1 was written by one of my friends, but I think the tense of verb "get" might be wrong, because the action of "get married" can't last longer and it should happen in past, thus I changed get to got just like the sentence 2 (reworded by me). Am I right? Looking forward to your comments.Thanks.