Translation:Are you getting married on the seventh or on the eighth?
As a UK english speaker I seldom if ever here the second 'the' as used in this translation as the first 'the' implies the second
The word order of the first two words of the question should be allowed either way. To informally inquire of friends, both parties of the couple being present, on which they are getting married I would normally begin the sentence "You're ..." with a rising inflection to indicate my uncertainty as a question.
I agree. "Are you getting married on the seventh or eighth?" should be accepted.
Please, is "Do you get married .... " wrong? Does that mean anything? Thanks.