Her trusted husband

Dennis Lee

Senior Member
Hong Kong
Hi all! I have a question :
My sentence:

A: Her husband, who she has trusted, had an affair and had a child with another woman.
B: Her trusted husband had an affair, and had a child with another woman.

I want to say she has really trusted her husband, but her husband had an affair and had a child with another woman.

Does sentence make sense? Which one is understandable and natural? Feel free to speak your mind.:):):)
 
  • Dennis Lee

    Senior Member
    Hong Kong
    Sentence (a) should read "... had trusted," since this refers to a period of time that ended in the past.

    Sentence (b) is fine as it is.
    Thanks for your reply. By the way, “had an affair, and had a child with another woman.” There are two “had”. Is it ok, or other advice?
     
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